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AJPA JRelease: Poland Passport May Celebration

May 07, 2019 2:09 PM | Laura Herring (Administrator) Celebrates Polish Centennial With Free Case Evaluation, First-Ever $250 Referral Bonus, No Financial Commitment for Approved Cases Seeking Benefits of Polish Citizenship & EU Passport

Los Angeles, Calif. – May 7, 2019 -, the leading worldwide Polish citizenship and European Union (EU) passport advocacy agency for those with Polish descent, is offering 24-hour turnaround and free case analysis to determine eligibility for Polish - and thus EU citizenship.  In this year of the Polish Centennial, is for the first time also offering a referral bonus of $250 in May 2019 for clients that become citizens.’s industry-leading premium Polish passport and citizenship services will provide the referred client $125 off of their case fees. Once the client’s case is complete, the source of the referral will receive an additional $125. 

“ offers a connection with one’s family legacy and a portal into the significant benefits of adding Polish citizenship for its prospective worldwide clients from the US, Canada, UK, Australia, and more,” said Founder Neil Kaplan. “We are pleased to celebrate this time of freedom with the Polish people and extend our services to prospective clients with guarantees that ensure a successful outcome for all paying clients.”

Kaplan continued, “2019 has been a year of tremendous growth in demand for our services based on a growing track record of success and tremendous word-of-mouth.  Also, our UK clients cite the looming nature of Brexit as reasons that they have engaged”

Poland is currently in a multi-year celebration marking its centennial of independence.  Poland regained its freedom on November 11, 1918, the day World War I ended, after 123 
years of partition by Russia, Austria and Prussia.  For those families of all faiths and backgrounds who have an ancestor who lived in Poland after this date, their descendants are likely still technically Polish citizens and qualify for an EU passport after citizenship confirmation.

As a result of the increasing digitization of dusty archives throughout Poland, more and more family documents - such as birth and marriage certificates - are being ‘uncovered’ after decades of being locked away in storage in small villages and larger towns throughout Poland. 

For hundreds of years, in Galicia and other areas that are now in part of Poland, Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania there was a long history of vibrant Jewish life.  A large percentage of Jews worldwide have at least one of their ancestors from this part of the world. Many of these families qualify for Polish citizenship.

Polish/EU Citizenship Benefits:

  • Work/live/study in any of the 28 EU countries
  • Free/nearly free college education
  • Access to employment/start a business in EU
  • Health care coverage
  • Ability to purchase real estate
  • Streamlined customs/passport control at international airports

The Marketplace Advantage’s Warsaw-based research team is expert in the identification and obtainment of these documents throughout Poland and neighboring countries, which are often critical pieces of evidence in a citizenship hearing.

The Benefits of Polish Citizenship
The tangible benefits of citizenship in the European Union are significant.  Polish citizens can work, live or study without limitation in any of the 28 countries with current EU membership including the UK, France, Italy and Germany. 

Free - or nearly free - University education is common in the EU and the benefits of being able to work in Europe pay career dividends at any age. Other benefits include more streamlined processes for: starting a business, purchasing property, securing of health care coverage, and many more social benefits. Time saved at the passport lanes of international airports, such as Heathrow, bring smiles and regular benefits when traveling.

Founded in 2016, is a global advocacy and consulting services firm for individuals wishing to prove their Polish heritage with the hope of securing Polish citizenship and the associated benefits of an EU passport. Headquartered in Southern California with a legal team based in Warsaw, the company provides expert, turnkey, concierge level services for its clientele seeking assistance in navigating the complexities of Polish citizenship law. evaluates all inquiries free of charge and offers a full guarantee for accepted cases.  Clients only pay for successful case outcomes. For more information, please visit or email

Eric Becker                                                                           
Becker PR for                                                                
(303) 638-3469                                                                           

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