Our Vision & Mission
imapolania.com is a company that offers its customers a simple and convenient way to obtain European citizenship and Passport. It’s as simple as that. We are neither intermediaries nor agents of some other company. We work tirelessly to provide step by step guidance and assistance through the entire process to ensure that people of Sephardic, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese and Romanian ancestry are able to be recognized as European citizens.
Besides, our general manager is a meticulous software Engineer, so he is a naturally detail-oriented person and always makes sure we deliver an efficient and meticulous service to our clients. We can call it Citizenship Engineering, if you will.
“Ima Polania”, from the Hebrew “ אמא פולנייה”, stands for Polish Mother, as our initial goal was to help people of Polish ancestry to go through the process of acquiring their citizenship, just like our CEO. Later on, more citizenships were added, as we investigated and learned about them enough to serve you with the quality and efficiency we always strive for.
What sets imapolania.com apart from other visa/passport agencies and legal practices is that we have been through the process ourselves: our founder has a Polish passport and he is now waiting for his Lithuanian passport. Besides, many of our workers hold two citizenships as well. We also try to be more straightforward, and we develop a close connection with our clients. Check what our clients have to say about it in our Google or Facebook links below.
The fundamental core of all our services is transparency and, like a good “Polish Mother”, we say it as it is.
No hidden surprises.
We won’t waste your time or money, but will say and explain everything as simply as we can. This is why we have such a high success rate in the acquisition of citizenships and subsequent European passports for our clients – we will only provide our service to you if we know you are an eligible candidate.
In other words, just like your own mom, let’s just say we won’t let go of you until you are comfortably settled in Europe with your new passport…and some nice food on your plate.