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Hello everybody im morrrocon married with poish citizen my wife done rajestration in poland and i wanna know what is better way for me to apply for that karta or be memeber of my wife familly there, what i need to show in moroccan embassy to join her in poland and we are planing to go abroad after that following documents in poland please did i can apply for this karta ....p... in poland or what i can do
You already are a member of your wife's family ;-)
I understand from your question that you are still in Marocco, is that right?
If so, you first need to apply for Polish visa, in order to arrive to Poland. You do this in the Embassy of Poland in Rabat.
When you arrive to Poland - only then you can apply for KARTA POBYTU - which means residence card.
Being a husband of a Polish citizen you can apply for this card (in Polish it is called ZEZWOLENIE NA POBYT CZASOWY) based on your family ties.
It is the easiest solution - and it gives you quite broad rights, including a right to work without an additional permit.
If you plan to go abroad later - get ready for spending some months in Poland - as the process of receiving your Polish residence card will take some months. You will be able to visit other EU countries with your Polish residence card - but only for travel. If you plan to move permanently to another country, you would need to legalize your stay there. Most EU countries have special legalization schemes for spouses of EU citizens - just be aware, that marriage automatically doesn't give you rights. However, you can apply for various privilages.
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