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Saturday, Apr 17, 2021

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Poland Has Failed in Migration Policy Once Again

For several years Poland has required foreigners to provide a state certificate of proficiency in Polish to become long-term residents. Access to the appropriate exam before was not easy, but with the onset of Covid-19 the situation has become disastrous. This begs the question: it really worth remaining in Poland as a foreigner?

Olena Babakova

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AUTHOR

Olena Babakova

Olena Babakova is a journalist, historian and activist. She writes for Polish and Ukrainian media, including "European Truth", "Novoe Vremya", "Aspen Review", "Kennan Focus Ukraine". She covers Polish-Ukrainian relations and Ukrainian migration to Poland and the EU.

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Krytyka Polityczna is an online left-wing socio-political magazine based in Warsaw, Poland that has been operating since 2012. Its network also includes a publishing house, a research centre (Institute for Advanced Research) and clubs and community centres in many Polish cities.

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