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Hello I have a schengen visa which has been issued for malta but I wanna marry with my girlfriend in poland I\'m a turkish citizen actually and I\'m currently in malta with student visa so Can I marry with my girlfriend in poland with my schengen visa thank you for answer.

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With your Schengen visa you can arrive to Poland without additional visa, as long as you also have a valid passport.

Yet, in order to get married, you would need to collect other documents necessary for entering marriage: birth certificate and a confirmation from your country of origin that you can legally enter marriage.

Please refer to our information leaflet on marriage formalities - link below.

See also

http://www.forummigracyjne.org/en/aktualnosci.php?news=334&wid=34

Answer date:

2013-09-06 18:12:18

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