Poland to stop blocking foreign same-sex marriages

BTL Staff
By | 2018-01-16T06:11:03-04:00 May 5th, 2011|News|

By Rex Wockner


Poland will change a form that Poles must obtain before getting married abroad so that it no longer asks the name of the future spouse, the nation’s Campaign Against Homophobia said April 27.
The group said some registry offices had refused to issue the required form when both future spouses appeared to be of the same sex. The form also is needed if a Pole wants to enter a civil union in another nation.

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