Dzien dobrey! I need some help please as we all know that Google translate doesn’t give the best advice!
I can’t work out the best way to say the parts in the “
I am looking to say;
Male name, dziękuję “for the” piękne wakacje, “it has been really fun/dobzre”.
Female name, miło cię poznać “ and I look forward to seeing you again”
About 4 years ago, I was looking at short term flat rentals in Krakow on a really good website. I forgot the name. It was cool because it already had prices in UK GBP and USD.
Does anyone remember this site?
I did a search and it seems people are recommending the following:
What do people think about this? Heard quite a bit about Poland wanting out but not sure how realistic this actually is.
We have an international group chat on Whatsapp that has 1 user per country and we’re missing someone from Poland! (We have 145 members currently)
We’re wondering if one if you would like to join the group! It’s very active and fun.
The ages of everyone in the group ranges from 16 to 39!
If you want to join, please fill out this form or you can join our public discord which has members from all over the globe and is an alternative for the whatsapp group! Check out our subreddit r/OneUserPerCountry :)
So my friend is getting married and is having me put together a disco polo CD for the party bus. Can anyone recommend me some good polish Disco polo songs? I found a bunch via youtube but would appreciate it if people good recommend me some other good songs.
TLDR; pretty sure I’m ineligible for confirmation of citizenship - need info on what helps on an application for a grant of polish citizenship from the president.
My great-grandmother was born in Czestochowa. I've done all the research I can and this is what I have.
My great grandmother was born in 1898. I have her and her family's birth records and their names listed on the permanent residents list from the Czestochowa archives. She emigrated to the US in 1912, met my great grandfather and married. I have proof of nonrecord of a marriage license from the Philadelphia archives, and proof of nonrecord for naturalization from both the Philly archives and USCIS (federal immigration). So she never officially married or naturalized, because US law back then said that women who married automatically acquired the citizenship of their husbands.
My grandmother was born in 1917 in the US. This is where I run into the snag - since my great grandmother left Poland before 1918, I would have had to prove that she was Polish and had polish documents. However, I believe that since my grandmother was born in the US before 1918, my claim for confirmation of citizenship is invalid. That is the advice I've received from my law firm.
They have advised me to apply for a grant of citizenship from the president. What can I do to help my case? They've advised me to become more active in polish organizations and to take polish classes, as well as provide documentation of my affiliation with Poland. What else will help my case be stronger? Would B1 or B2 polish certification help as well? Any info anyone can provide would be much appreciated.
Hello! I'm traveling from Israel and I arrive to Katowice airport at July 19th in the morning and I want to go to energylandia theme park.
What are the best ways to get there from the airport?
P.S. Is it possible to find discount tickets / fast pass online?
Can someone please explain the difference between the Civic Platform and Law and Justice Parties? Both are right wong groups it seems like. The only difference I can see is that the Law and Justice Party is more of a populist party and is more radical than the Civic Platform.
This doesn't seem to be discussed much in American and Western discourse on Nazi atrocities. I find this quite strange given that nearly three million (non-Jewish) Poles were killed, that the Germans planned to kill or ethnically cleanse tens of millions of Poles, and that the justification for this was anti-Pole/anti-Slav racism. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazi_crimes_against_the_Polish_nation
How important is it to Polish people? Is there still a sense of anger about what the Germans did, particularly since they justified the genocide on racist grounds? Is the genocide of the Polish Jews--which was even more extreme, in the sense that every Jew had to be killed asap, while the 'elimination of the concept of Poles' was supposed to be a more gradual process--viewed as wholly distinct from or similar to the genocide of ethnic Poles?
I bought a premade company with the plans to use it but never did. I will be leaving Poland soon (I'm not Polish) and I no longer need it. Whats the best way to find buyers/list it for sale? Located in Warsaw at the moment.
Its structured as an education company with no VAT registration. No business activity and have all the relevant documents.
Any ideas what to do? I would like some money back so my preference would be not to liquidate it.