About this event
Getting your Polish citizenship sounds easy enough, so it may seem initially cheaper to lodge the application yourself, but consider that:
- you will have to navigate your way, in Polish, through Polish laws, regulations and bureaucracy.
- since January 2013, you must nominate a resident of Poland to act on your behalf.
- you are expected to cover notarial fees, apostilles, filing fees, certified translations and other out of pocket expenses.
- you start the process without having any idea on what the final cost is going to be.
In this online discussion, we’ll get our resident expert, Dominic Carter, to tell you all there is to know about how much it costs to get your Polish citizenship before you start the process.
Melbourne, Australia – Thursday 28 May 10:00 AM
New York, USA – Wednesday 27 May 8:00 PM
London, UK – Thursday 28 May 1:00 AM
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10:00 am - 10:30 am