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hello iam from algeria i was married in 2012 with polish girl after some time they give me positive decision to come to polska but the problem now is that my wife dont want me to come che tell that she dont love me and the probleme is that i stop all for her to come to polska and now she tell i bloked this decision so iam worry now and she tell me too that she want divorce and she will send me papaer to signe but me i dont want divorce because i see that she take my right my question is she can bloke my coming ?? and she can divorce ??of me even if iam not on poland ,? and please what i should do now iam lost
Everything you ask about is possible, by Polish law. Your wife can block your arrival to Poland, if the reason for this arrival would be marriage (she cannot stop your arrival, if you would for example come to Poland for work or to study). Even if you already have a visa - but have not crossed the border, it is possible for your wife to stop you from arriving to the country.
You wife can also file for divorce to a Polish court, even though you are not in Poland.
She can file for a divorce even if you do not agree for this.
I believe the best you can do now is to try to communicate with your wife - to understand each other and discuss your situation.
It is not clear from your question where you are now. If you are in Poland and have your residence permit issued because of marriage, your wife can inform the authorities about planned divorce. It is not impossible that your residence permit would be taken away.
On the other hand, if you divorce, and you are now in Poland, you have the right to ask for a one-year residence permit even after divorce, to organize your personal life. Such a permit, after divorce, can only be issued once. This would give you time to see what other possibilities you have - if you plan to stay in Poland. This option is only available if you are already in Poland. If you are in Algieria - and were about to come to Poland right now - this may be difficult.
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