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hi I will ask you a couple of question concerning about my situation.I could not get my passport in my country because of I have not done my compulsory national service I need to come to poland to live cause I have a girlfriend and I have a kid my girlfriend polish citizen and my kid born in poland my question is İf I come to poland illegally would I be granted asylum for humanitarian reason and family reason ?I would be more than happy if u answer my questions thanks for advance
Anyone arriving to Poland and in need of international protection can ask for asylum - but it is impossible to answer your question: if you get it.
Asylum is granted to Poland to persons, who have been persecuted in their home countries for specific reasons - and who cannot find help within their own country.
Your chances to get it depend on details of your situation in the country of origin. Your family situation is not taken into account in this case.
Having a girlfriend and a child can be reasons to receive other forms of permits to stay in Poland - however, if you do not have a passport you have to take into consideration that you would have to spend some time in closed center (arrest). Lack of valid documentation is a problem, when one seeks a permit to stay. Maybe, if you don't have a passport, you can show other documents - your country national ID, driving licence, birth certificate etc. - none of them replaces a passport, but at least there are helpful in determining your identity.
Our answers are only informative - please DO NOT treat it as a legal advice!
Migration Helpline (Infolinia Migracyjna) is now run thanks to voluntary work of PFM staff. Before, it was maintained (2012-2014) thanks to co-financing of the project Information Center for Foreigners 2, run by PFM in partnership with the Association for Legal Intervention and the Mazovian Governor. It is co-financed by the European Fund for Integration of Third Country Nationals and by the state budget.
In the years 2009-2011 the project was run as part of Information Center for Foreigners run by the same partnership, also co-financed by the European Fund for Integration of Third Country Nationals and by the state budget.