It is crucial to provide original Polish documents proving that your Polish ancestor held Polish citizenship as part of your application for Polish citizenship.
Do not worry if you do not have any of the required Polish documents. As part of the evaluation, we will determine what documents are required and if it is feasible to obtain these documents from the archives. We do this by determining which archives contain the required documents and then looking at the quality of the relevant archive. If we feel that it is feasible to obtain the documents we will obtain the documents as explained in the next stage.
If we feel that you are eligible for Polish citizenship we will set up a Skype video conference call with you to discuss the merits of your case as well as the way forward (if you are based in Johannesburg we will be happy to set up a face to face meeting with you). After the conference call/meeting, we will provide you with a list of the required original metric documents (naturalization/birth/marriage certificates) that you will have to obtain for the purposes of your application for Polish citizenship.
If we conclude that you are not eligible we will notify you via email correspondence together with the reason of non-eligibility.
The cost of the evaluation is:
Should you decide to utilise our services to compile and submit your application for Polish citizenship the cost of the evaluation fee will be deducted off the final instalment of the application fee.
Prior to the commencement of this stage we will provide you with a quote to conduct the archival research. The cost of the research is case dependant.
Should you have all of the relevant documents, this stage will not be necessary.
Compilation & Submission of Application:
We also have people on the ground in Poland who will ensure that your application is hand delivered to the correct official and to ensure that any further documentary correspondence is correctly handled.