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Asylum, Migration, Integration

Legal and integration assistance for persons of polish origin

Polski My Naród
The project is addressed to migrants coming to Poland from the East, who have obtained the Pole’s Card or are applying for it and repatriates. The main objective of the activity is to facilitate the social integration of the descendants of the citizens of the Second Polish Republic coming to Poland (in particular to Lublin) as repatriates or the Pole’s Card holders (including those applying for it). We encourage you to look at the main areas of activities carried out in the project that are focused on:

  1. Workshops “Welcome to the Homeland” 
  2. Vademecum Przybysza (Polish language and culture course, thematic meetings „Independent Poland”)
  3. Integration and legal counseling

Projekt „Polski My Naród” jest finansowany
ze środków Programu Fundusz Inicjatyw Obywatelskich na lata 2014-2020

WELCOME TO THE HOMELAND
VADEMECUM PRZYBYSZA
INTEGRATION AND LEGAL COUNSELING
CONTACT
WELCOME TO THE HOMELAND

Practical workshops “Welcome to the Homeland” are addressed to people interested in the Pole’s Card, Pole’s Card holders and repatriates. In 2018 and 2019: 5 workshops will be organized in 4 locations. The workshops will focus on:

  1. Historical sources from the period 1918-1939 proving the relationship with Poland – Pole’s Card
  2. Card of Pole – procedures, permissions;
  3. Temporary and permanent residence permit in Poland;
  4. Recognition as Polish citizens of persons with the Pole’s Card – procedures, deadlines, forms;
  5. Citizens’ rights and obligations in Poland
VADEMECUM PRZYBYSZA

Vademecum Przybysza  – weekly meetings in the Migration Library, devoted to the integration support of people coming to Poland from the areas of the Second Polish Republic and the descendants of Polish exiles. The “Vademecum Przybysza” consists of:

    1. Polish language and culture course;
    2. Thematic meetings “Independent Poland 1918-2018: facts from Polish history and culture”

 

As part of integration support, project participants are encouraged to use the Migration Library which offers over 1500 publications on issues such as migration, integration of foreigners, culture, human rights, etc.

INTEGRATION AND LEGAL COUNSELING

One of the project activities is integration and legal support for foreigners coming to Poland. The support covers the areas such as obtaining Pole’s Card, residence permits, repatriation and citizenship acquisition.

The office is open from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information, please contact us at: POLSKA@panstwoprawa.org or call +48 81 743 68 00.

CONTACT

Would you like to become a volunteer, take part in meetings we organize or get additional information? Contact us at: POLSKA@panstwoprawa.org

“Polski My Naród” Project Office

14 Chopina  Street Apt. 70, 20-023 Lublin, Poland

Phone: +48 81 743 68 00

Fax: +48 81 743 68 01

e-mail: POLSKA@panstwoprawa.org

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