So my situation is a little bit odd. Bear with me. I am 19 years old. I recently graduated high school here in the U.S. And I got accepted to Lazarski University in Poland. I have proof of acceptance, the payment, etc. But I don't have a visa.
I tried to apply for a student visa and was refused because I am a citizen "by blood" but not "by documentation."
I'm in the process of getting my Polish citizenship. About 2 months ago we went to a guy who does these sort of things for us, so we won't have to deal with document translations, all the paper work etc. He said it would take 2-3 months for me to get my PESEL number (or whatever it's called) and my Polish passport, officially making me a Polish citizen.
Unfortunately since I'll be flying out to Poland August 24th, I don't know if we will make it in time for me to get my Polish passport, thus making us continue the processes in Poland. So my question is will I have a problem with Polish immigration?
I could explain my whole situation to them but I don't know if they care or believe me. I've been reading different sites where some people were stopped at customs for having a one way ticket and some people were not.