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hello i am algerian married with Polish woman we have problems and can not deal with it anymore and cant i cant back to algeria bcz i didnt pass the army services anyway i have 2 years resident card if we divorce they stop my resident or can i ask for resident with job is there any solutions or helps from u bcz i am really tired of this
I understand your difficult situation.
You are right that, if you have a residence permit issued because of marriage, the divorce can be a reason to withdraw your permit. So, it is good that you already think what to do next.
Please remember, that you are married until the court decides the divorce - which takes some months.
First of all, after divorce you would have an opportunity to apply for a residence card to settle your private issues. There is a risk you would not be granted such a card (it is not automatic), but there is such a possibility in the law. Such permit can be issued only once, for maximum of one year.
A second option is changing the type of resident permit you have - for example for one issued to work.
At the moment, having a residence permit issued because of marriage, you don't need a permit to work in Poland. If you lose this status, you will need a permit to work.
So, the right permit to apply for is "residence and work" permit. You can apply for it as soon as you find an employer ready to hire you. You don't need to wait for your current card to expire. At the same time - your current card is a little more beneficial - you don't have any restrictions on the labour market. With the 'residence and work' permit you would be allowed to work only for this specific employer that hired you. Change of work would require some more formalities.
So, as you see, there are options. You can either apply for the card after divorce - for one year - or the one linked to work. I believe the second one is a better option - but you need an employer.
I also think that in your situation you may want to visit a psychologist to advice you to feel better. Several organizations provide free psychological counselling - which are really an opportunity to talk about your problems with someone who is familiar with similar situations. Moving from Algeria to Poland is a big change. It is not strange you feel unwell.
All the best!
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