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Polish Charter - example document

Polish Charter (pl. Karta Polaka) is a document confirming belonging to the Polish nation, which may be given to individuals who do not have Polish citizenship or permission to reside in Poland and who declare belonging to the Polish nation and fulfill the conditions defined by a law. It was estabilished by the law on the Polish Charter of 7 September 2007 (Dz.U. 2007 nr 180 poz. 1280). The law came into force on 29 March 2008.

Polish Charter holder has the right to:

  1. exemption from the obligation to have a work permit for foreigners;
  2. settle up a company on the same basis as citizens of Poland;
  3. study, do a doctorate and participate in the other forms of education, as well as participate in research and development work. The holder of the Charter retains the right to apply for scholarships and other forms of aid for foreigners;
  4. preschool, primary and secondary education i Poland;
  5. use of health care services in the states of emergency;
  6. 37% discount on public transport omnibus, flier and express rail travel;
  7. free admission to state museums.

The Charter can be granted to people who do not have Polish citizenship or permission to reside in Poland and who are citizens of the former Soviet Union states: Republic of Armenia, Republic of Azerbaijan, Republic of Belarus, Republic of Estonia, Georgia, Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Lithuania, Republic of Latvia, Republic of Moldova, Russian Federation, Republic of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Republic of Uzbekistan.

Person applying for the Charter must show at least basic Polish language proficiency (which considers native language) and knowledge of Polish culture and habits and document Polish ethnicity or citizenship of his ancestors or his activity in Polish minority's organizations and sign the declaration in the presence of a Polish consul.

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OldEnt § 20:54, 30 June 2008 (UTC)

Right name?[edit]

Charter is surely a mistranslation (Karta here means card, not charter). I know it's not our original mistranslation, but I don't think it's that widespread that we have to use it. I propose we move this article to the Polish name (Karta Polaka), until the real world decides what English name to give it.--Kotniski (talk) 13:43, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

Well, I've moved it, and also reworded it to refer to cards rather than charters (except in relation to outside sources which use the term charter).--Kotniski (talk) 09:28, 21 February 2009 (UTC)
Doesn't "karta" mean both "card" and "charter"? (cf. Wielka Karta Swobód, Karta 77, Europejska Karta Samorządu Lokalnego) 93.85.128.177 (talk) 01:11, 20 March 2016 (UTC)