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Honorary ConsulFernandino T. Lising
AddressUnited Philippine Lines, Inc., UPI Building 1
One Fort Santiago, Sta. Clara Str.
Intramuros, Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 527.7491
international: +63.2.527.7491
Faxlocal: (02) 527.1603
international: +63.2.527.1603
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Jenalyn pagaoa
Wed, 30 Nov 2016 20:17 EST
Legal capacity
Good morning ma'am/sir,
I have a polish boyfriend and planning to get married next year january 2017
But we have a problem for about legal capacity we dont know yet what are the requirements for getting this legal capacity to manila embassy..
And what papers should my Boyfriend bring here ?
Jenalyn pagaoa
Wed, 30 Nov 2016 09:29 EST
Legal capacity to marry
Hello po.
What are the requirements for getting a legal capacity at polish embassy manila??
Hoping for your answer



jenaarek@gmail.com
Jo-anne
Mon, 14 Nov 2016 00:46 EST
Inquiry
Good afternon mam/sir,

Ask ko lang po if sa saan po nag papa notary or authenticate ng CENOMAR at Birth certificate bago ipadala sa poland kasi requirements po ng boyfriend ko sa Poland Embassy,London para makakuha sya doon ng Legal Capacity to Marry. ..sinasabi po kasi doon na kailangan ko e-confirm ang documents sa (apostille) bago ipadala. Any idea po.Thank you.
Marie
Thu, 3 Nov 2016 07:17 EDT
Certificate of Legal Capacity to Marry
Good Day!
Me and my Polish BF (working in UK) are planning to get married March 2017. I already called our local municipality for the requirements for a marriage license. One of which is the Certificate of Legal Capacity to Marry with the DFA Authentication (Red Ribbon).
Since the Honorary Consulate of Poland in Manila does not issue such document my BF will go to Poland to get it there. I sent an email to the Philippine Embassy in Warsaw and was informed that they need to authenticate the document first (with the English Translation).

Is this the correct process? Or is there anything else that I missed? Is there another way to secure the Legal Capacity Certificate?
Camille delos santos
Mon, 31 Oct 2016 12:49 EDT
Legal capacity certificate
Good day. May I ask if you can provide a legal capacity certificate now?My fiance (a polish)and I will get married in civil very soon his coming this November. We would like to know if you are now providing legal capacity certificate for polish nationals wants to marry in Philippines. Please I really need to know. Your response is highly appreciated. Feel free to email me at cj.santos08@yahoo.com. Thank you.
Camille delos santos
Mon, 31 Oct 2016 12:47 EDT
Legal capacity certificate
Good day. May I ask if you can provide a legal capacity certificate now?My fiance (a polish) will get married in civil very soon his coming this November. We would like to know if you are now providing legal capacity certificate for polish nationals wants to marry in Philippines. Please I really need to know. Your response is highly appreciated. Feel free to email me at cj.santos08@yahoo.com
mala
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 22:34 EDT
polish citizenship application
hello everyone! I'm mallah my husband is polish. We would like to get an advice how can we apply polish citizenship for our son? looking forward for your response, thank you.
Mj.S
Tue, 18 Oct 2016 06:20 EDT
Marriage inquiry
Hi. I have polish boyfriend and we have plan to get married here in Philippines I just want to ask about the process and requirements? Thank you.
Wojciech Tomczyk
Sat, 23 Jul 2016 10:35 EDT
Marrying a Polish citizen civil and church ceremony- what is required
In order to answer questions often asked on this forum, I provide some details.

Please note that a civil ceremony is required before a church ceremony takes place
More details are listed below:




Requirements for the non Polish citizen - Civil ceremony

# Birth certificate - original document and Polish transalation

# A document confirming the capacity to be married and its Polish translation

# Certificate indicating your place of residence and its Polish translation

# A valid pasport

Presence of a translator during both ceremonies is required.


I do not make comments about requirements related to a Polish citizen

Non Polish citizen- Church ceremony

# Baptism certificate

# Certificate of Confirmation - very important

# Certificate of completing of a pre- marital course

# Valid passport

# Details of Best Man and Maid of Honour

Presence of a transalator

In order to avoid possible problems, I strongly suggest to submit documents for Civil ceremomy well in advance via Polish embassy in Kuala Lumpur and request a confirmation that everything is in a good order.

You certainly do not want your ceremony to be spoiled by some beaurocrates from a Civil Office!
Wojciech Tomczyk
Mon, 11 Jul 2016 03:54 EDT
A note to Miss Mary and Jeanie
Please read my earlier messages.
They contain replies to questions very similar to yours.
There is no Polish Embassy in the Philippines.
The nearest one is in Kuala Lumpur, Malasia.
I suggest to contact them directly via e-mail and ask relevant questions.

Let me know if they failed to reply to your messages or indeed their answer was not satisfactory.

I have provided their website address in my earlier postings.
I try my best to answer questions posted here.
Feel free to contact me at tomczykw@yahoo.com if you have some further questions.
Write clearly the title of your message, otherwise your message may end up in my spam folder.

W.T.

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