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  • Legalisation of documents by country

    Before a public document can be used in a foreign country, the origin and authenticity of the original document must be confirmed. This is called legalization and is the process…

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  • Signatories to The Hague Apostille Convention

    The Hague Apostille Convention is officially known as The Hague Convention of 5 October 1961, Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents. It was drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH) and has been signed by about 100 countries, including Australia.

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  • 12 benefits of EU citizenship

    EU passports are among the most coveted passports in the world. What do we mean by that? It’s simple. EU citizens can enter 153 countries without a visa, making an EU passport one of the most desirable travel documents around.

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  • Your ancestors could be your greatest asset

    Every year, Polaron processes several hundreds of applications for confirmation of Polish citizenship through descent. Poland has one of the world’s most flexible citizenship laws but unless you speak the language and have excellent original archival documentation, the road to your Polish citizenship will most likely be paved with frustration and setbacks. The thing is, most people don’t.

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  • Client Focus: Anthony Merivale

    Though born in Australia, Anthony claims he has always felt Polish. This strong connection brought him to our doorstep and now he is a happy Polish (European) Citizen! We had the pleasure to have a small chat about how this changed his life.

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  • Take a seat on Grass’ bench

    Have you ever visited Gdansk? If not, it’s well worth the visit! Apart from beautiful sea location, rich culture, history and vibrant night life, Gdansk has some hidden pearls in its old districts, which you might have never heard of until know.

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  • 5 unique places to visit in Wrocław

    We love Wroclaw and all it has to offer, so we’ve put together a list of 5 unique must-see places for the next time you’re in town!

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  • How to remain in the EU after Brexit

    In June 2016, an historic vote to break away economically and politically from the EU took place. It brought out many complexities that remain unresolved, one of them being what…

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  • Client Focus: Chris Sierzant

    Another happy Polaron client, Chris, took some time out to reflect on his journey of reclaiming his Polish citizenship. Here's what he had to say:

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  • Poland – rise of an economic powerhouse

    Experts agree: in 2018, Poland has become one of the most dynamic markets in Europe. The Polish economy had grown quickly since 1989, when the shackles of the communist regime fell off, with no recession so far.

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