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In 2020, it will be easier to go to work in Germany

In 2020, it will be easier to go to work in Germany

Ukrainians will be easier to go to work in Germany: new rules

From 2020, Germany will open the labor market, allowing it to legally work in it people not from the European Union, including Ukrainians, Russians, Indians, Arabs, Turks and others.

In addition, if earlier this category of workers was obliged to have a higher education, now it is also necessary to employ specialists with vocational education at work.

The relevant law has already been supported by the parliament. However, in order to legally work in Germany, applicants will have to fulfill two key requirements.

It should be noted that the shortage of personnel is the biggest problem of the German economy, as German entrepreneurs have long spoken about. They emphasize that Germany is an economically powerful country, and its industry is rapidly developing. However, we have to constantly seek new educated people. In addition to everything, demography needs to be taken into account, because the staff is getting older and retired, and it’s hard to find someone in his place.

Experts have calculated that compensating for the shortage of workers’ hands will turn out every year if 260 thousand people arrive in Germany annually. Migrants

The new law will allow people who do not have a European Union passport to go to work. This step of the German authorities is called historic. However, all applicants must confirm their professional education in Germany, and this can be difficult for a long time.

If a person is a painter, she should have a diploma of the artist, if he is a plasterer, then a diploma plasterer, if a plumber, then a diploma sanitary technician.

Ukrainians who are already working in Germany illegally will get a chance to legalize if they prove their education and knowledge of the German language.

“Our men work most for construction, tire repair and car mechanics, and women for cleaning, which will make it legal for those people who are working illegally in Germany today, but for them it will be necessary, first, to go out and go to work a visa at the German embassy in Ukraine, and, of course, the most important thing is language and education, “explains Alexander Evsyutin, a lawyer.

The parliament did not consider the law long. The government in Germany is unstable, but even if the coalition collapses – the law has already been adopted. Formally, it should still be taken by representatives of the federal states.

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Scammers dating sites will not give you a chance

Scammers dating sites will not give you a chance

If you think that you can find a Ukrainian wife on major dating sites, then you are greatly mistaken. It is not real. Watch the video to the end and you will learn what needs to be done to make a happy acquaintance with a Ukrainian woman and to marry.

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Residence permit in Ukraine

How to apply for a residence permit?

Although sometimes a visa is not required to stay on the territory of Ukraine, in some cases it is necessary to have an identification tax code and residence card.

As a result of the foregoing, emphasis is placed on this process of applying for a residence permit.

It is worth noting that certificates (dedication) are documents that determine the status of a legal resident of Ukraine, they give you all rights as a citizen of Ukraine, except political rights, temporarily or permanently.

How to get a temporary residence permit or permanent residence permit in Ukraine.

The main ways of obtaining legal status in Ukraine.

Immigration lawyer Alexander Evsutin began to lead his channel on YouTube and recorded the first video.

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Steps for obtaining a residence permit

As for the residence card, this is a card that includes a photo, personal data and fingerprints. This document is required for various types of procedures, such as those in which you request verification of the current address in Ukraine.

In addition to the above, this card will be valid for one, three or more years, so after this period it must be received again. We also note that in Ukraine there is no discrimination of people depending on their citizenship and everyone receives the same documents about their stay in Ukraine. That is, even those who are not from countries belonging to the European Union, the United States or the countries of the former USSR will be granted a residence permit for the dates provided for by the bases and documents submitted. Usually, a residence permit is issued for a period of one year, which may be every year.

Of course, citizens of the EU, the USA, Canada, Russia, Belarus and some other countries will not need a residence permit in Ukraine if they do not want to stay here more than 90 days within 180 days. And for those who already have a residence permit, there is no need to register again until the document expires.

How to apply for accommodation?

You must go to the nearest migration service. It can be received in 3 weeks, although obtaining a permanent residence will take months.

As for the documents required for filing a residence permit, there is a “basic” list that must be followed. In any case, it may vary depending on the reasons for filing, so it would be ideal to check the information for each case.

Required documents for all applicants:

A valid passport with a D visa and marks indicating the legality of staying in Ukraine for a period of time before issuing a residence permit card. The original of the passport and its copy with the translation into Ukrainian.

The document giving the basis for obtaining a residence permit.

In some cases, will be requested:

Medical certificate depending on the country of origin, in addition to the recent place of residence.

For a family member who is Ukrainian or resident:

  • A document proving the identity or residence permit of a relative.
  • Medical insurance

There are special circumstances about which you will need to learn more, for example: if you are going to work for someone, or work independently, or if for students.

Related content:

A residence permit in Ukraine can be obtained through setting up your company and obtaining a work permit, through entering a university, through marriage with a Ukrainian, through having a child a citizen of Ukraine, through investing in your business, through volunteering, through marriage with an immigrant.
There are many problems in the embassies, at the border, in the migration service.
But it will all be solved.
Contact if necessary. www.immigration-ukraine.com.

 

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Dating service in Ukraine – scam

Now there are a lot of dating sites that are very popular among foreigners and the United States of Canada, European Union countries and Australia.

On these sites, Ukrainian, Russian and Belarusian women allegedly communicate with these foreigners in chat rooms, in correspondence via e-mail, and also sends them videos and receive gifts.

You can see for yourself that these sites are really very popular by checking them through similarweb.

They give advertising and the sole purpose of these sites is to make money for communication between you and the employees of these companies.

Moreover, the employees of these companies. They are not girls or women at all.

Dating service in Ukraine

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Invitation for e-visa to Ukraine

In order to issue a short-stay visa, in addition to those specified in paragraph 5 of these Rules, one of the following documents shall be submitted:

1) an invitation to a legal entity registered in Ukraine, drawn up on an official form, which must contain a number in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities, individuals – entrepreneurs and public formations, registration number, date and signature, surname, name, patronymic of the invited person , information about its date and place of birth, citizenship, details of the passport document, place of residence, purpose of the trip, the period of the planned visit to Ukraine, the number of entries and place of residence in Ukraine, the obligation of the legal entity to take possible expenses related to the stay and departure of the invited person from Ukraine;

2) a notarized invitation to an individual – a citizen of Ukraine, a foreigner or a stateless person who, for legal reasons, temporarily or permanently resides in the territory of Ukraine. The invitation must contain the surname, name, patronymic of the individual, details of her passport document and certificates for permanent or temporary residence (for foreigners and stateless persons), address of residence, as well as the surname, name, patronymic of the invited person, information about its date and place of birth, citizenship, details of the passport document, place of residence, purpose of the trip, the period of the planned visit to Ukraine, the number of entries and place of residence in Ukraine, the obligation of the individual to assume possible expenses, according to associated with staying and leaving Ukraine from the invited person. Copies of the passport document and certificates of permanent or temporary residence (for foreigners and stateless persons) in Ukraine to the host party – an individual;

3) an invitation to a state body, state institution, state enterprise, state organization;

4) an agreement on the carriage of goods and passengers by road, as well as a license for the international carriage;

5) certificate of a foreign Ukrainian. The marriage of a foreign Ukrainian and his children submit a document confirming the family relations;

6) documents confirming the tourist nature of the trip;

7) invitation to the health care institution;

8) a document confirming the implementation of foreign investment in accordance with the legislation regarding the regime of foreign investment in the territory of Ukraine;

9) a document confirming the ownership of a foreigner or stateless person to real estate in the territory of Ukraine;

10) an invitation from a religious organization approved by a state body that has registered the statute (position) of a religious organization for short-term stay for the purpose of preaching religious beliefs, performing religious rites or conducting another canonical activity;

11) the appeal of a foreign media outlet to a foreign correspondent or a representative of a foreign mass media who enters Ukraine for a short-term stay in order to perform his official duties;

12) appeal of state bodies of foreign states or international organizations;

13) the resolution of the Central Election Commission on the registration of official observers from foreign states and international organizations in the elections of the President of Ukraine, people’s deputies of Ukraine, local elections and an all-Ukrainian referendum;

14) a confirmation document that a foreigner or stateless person is a husband, wife, father, mother, or child of a citizen of Ukraine.

In case of entry into Ukraine of a foreigner and stateless persons for the purpose of securing interests in the sphere of foreign and domestic policy or in cases of a humanitarian nature, the issuance of a short-term visa may also be made by written decision of the head of the foreign diplomatic institution of Ukraine or the department of the consular service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

E-visa countries in Ukraine

 

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Fake marriage with a citizen of Ukraine

Assistance in making a marriage for a foreigner with a citizen of Ukraine

Why does an alien need a marriage?

For foreigners or stateless persons wishing to obtain an immigration permit, a permanent residence permit, and then Ukrainian citizenship, one of the main grounds (and often the only possible) is the registration of a foreigner’s marriage to a citizen (civilian) of Ukraine and the stay in such marriage more two years old.

In fact, the law created conditions under which an alien who does not have relatives in Ukraine, it is difficult to obtain a permanent residence permit and immigrate to Ukraine. The grounds for obtaining a permit for immigration and permanent residence in Ukraine are very limited and impossible for many.

What are the dangers for a foreigner?

Immigration to Ukraine after a marriage with a Ukrainian (Ukrainian) is possible and requires a long period of time (about 3 years).

It is also necessary to ensure that the citizen of Ukraine after the registration of the marriage will not dissolve him unilaterally, nor will he extort money from a foreigner and blackmail him by dissolving a marriage through a court.

Remember that in the event of a conflict with your spouse, he may terminate the marriage unilaterally. Such a procedure is possible through a court in 2 to 3 months and you will be deprived of the opportunity of both temporary stay in Ukraine and obtaining a permit for immigration, as well as the possibility subsequently to receive a permanent residence permit.

Who can help make a mistake right?

Specialized law firms in Ukraine provide their clients with services to assist in the marriage between a foreigner and a citizen of Ukraine, as well as obtaining in the future a foreigner first temporary and then a permanent residence permit in Ukraine and a permit for immigration, and then even the citizenship of Ukraine.

As fictitious marriages in Ukraine are not checked by anyone, for the foreigners from the poorer states of Asia, Africa and the Middle East, the country in the center of Europe is just the only opportunity to change its status and become a European.

Unlike the United States and EU countries, where marriage with a foreigner is sufficiently scrutinized for signs of fictitiousness, and even for fraud, criminal liability is foreseen; in Ukraine, liability is not provided for in the FB.

Service includes:

  • Provision of legal advice;
  • Negotiations with potential brides (grooms) and explanation of all legal norms;
  • Collection of necessary documents for marriage and their legalization;
  • Promotion of marriage registration procedures (acceleration of marriage – in one day);
    Conclusion of a marriage contract;
  • Registration of marriage;
  • Registration of a residence permit.

Advantages:

  • We check the applicants and make marriages with citizens of Ukraine, who were not sentenced to imprisonment, had previously not been in fictitious marriages, they had not been repaid loans, debts, no offenses. Marriages are made with those with whom they are personally familiar and having a good reputation. We are not looking for brides through marriage agencies, as well as dubious dating sites.
  • Future spouses do not have to live together and lead a common household, the spouse will not pay alimony to other children, be responsible for financial obligations and fulfill other duties of the spouses;
  • We collect the necessary documents, their transfer and legalization;
  • If the foreigner stays in the country for 1-2 weeks, and the marriage can not be concluded within a month after the application (usually such procedure), we can solve so that the foreigner did not come to Ukraine twice and we can accelerate the procedure. registration of a marriage in the term of 1 or 2-3 days;
  • To protect the interests of an alien and a bride, we conclude a marriage contract in which we prescribe that the parties have no property claims to each other, and the property acquired by them in the future is a private personal property of everyone;
  • iabilities to third parties are their personal obligations (eg loans or debts);
  • We help to break the marriage in court, if there is such a necessity.

Stages of cooperation with us:

  • Come to our office and get advice;
  • Draw a contract for legal services;
  • You pay the cost of services;
  • Provide the necessary documents;
  • We draw a marriage and get a certificate of marriage;
  • Registration of a temporary residence permit every year, and after 2 years in marriage – a permanent residence permit (paid separately);
  • Obtaining Ukrainian citizenship after 2 years of marriage (paid separately).

Documents from honeymooners:

  • The originals of the bride or groom’s passport are Ukrainians and the certificate of assignment of the identification code.
  • Original alien’s passport with a note on obtaining a residence permit and a visa or a stamp for crossing the border.
  • Transfer of a passport of a foreigner to the Ukrainian language.
  • Identity card for temporary residence (if available).
  • A document on the dissolution of a previous marriage, if earlier one of the spouses was married. This may be a certificate of dissolution of a marriage or a court decision, and there may also be a stamp in the passport, if at the same time there is information in the state register of Ukraine about the separation of this marriage.

Responsibility for fictitious marriage:

If you thought that it would be possible to draw up a fictitious marriage, then you should know that for today Ukrainian legislation is quite liberal in relation to this issue, since it does not imply any legal responsibility for a fictitious marriage.

The only thing indicated in the law (established in part 2 of Article 40 of the Family Code of Ukraine) on this issue is that a marriage can be dissolved in court if it was concluded by a man and a woman or one of them without the intention to create a family and get the rights and responsibilities of the spouses.

Thus, a fictitious marriage with a foreigner can be a good tool, provided that the interests of all parties are taken into account.

Our office is located in the building located at the Pecherskaya metro station.

Together, we will achieve our goals, because with our help, the interests of each spouse will be protected.

Dating with Ukrainian women and girls

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How to work as a foreigner in Ukraine: who needs permission

In accordance with Part 1 of Art. 54 of the Law of Ukraine “On International Private Law“, labor relations of foreigners and stateless persons working in Ukraine are not regulated by the law of Ukraine in the event that:

  • foreigners and stateless persons work in the diplomatic missions of foreign states or representations of international organizations in Ukraine, unless otherwise provided by an international treaty of Ukraine;
  • foreigners and stateless persons outside Ukraine have concluded employment contracts with foreign employers, whether natural or legal persons, in Ukraine, unless otherwise provided by agreements or an international treaty of Ukraine.

The Law of Ukraine “On Employment of the Population” stipulates that: “Foreigners and stateless persons permanently residing in Ukraine who are recognized in Ukraine as refugees granted asylum in Ukraine, who are recognized as persons in need of additional protection, who have been granted temporary protection, as well as those who have received a permit for immigration to Ukraine, have the right to work on the grounds and in the manner established for citizens of Ukraine.

The employed population does not include foreigners and stateless persons who are in Ukraine and whose employment involves the provision of activities of foreign embassies and missions or the pursuit of professional or labor duties before a non-resident employer.

Foreigners and stateless persons who have arrived in Ukraine for employment for a specified period are accepted by employers for work on the basis of a permit for the employment of foreigners and stateless persons.

In addition, categories of persons whose employment is carried out without permission are defined. This, in particular:

  • foreigners permanently residing in Ukraine;
  • foreigners who have acquired refugee status or have been granted permission to immigrate to Ukraine;
  • foreigners in need of additional protection or who have been granted temporary protection in Ukraine;
  • representatives of the foreign marine (river) fleet;
  • workers of foreign mass media accredited for work in Ukraine;
  • athletes who have acquired professional status, artists and art workers to work in Ukraine on a specialty;
  • workers of emergency services for urgent work;
  • employees of foreign representations registered in the territory of Ukraine in accordance with the procedure established by law;
  • clerics temporarily staying in Ukraine at the invitation of religious organizations for the performance of canonical activity;
  • foreigners who arrived in Ukraine to participate in the implementation of international technical assistance projects;
  • foreigners who arrived in Ukraine for conducting teaching and / or scientific activities at higher educational institutions at their invitation;
  • other foreigners in cases stipulated by the laws and international treaties of Ukraine, the consent of which is binding on the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

If the employer is sure that the foreigner belongs to one of the categories that can be employed without obtaining a permit, he must have proof of the employee’s belonging to the specified category to provide it to the supervisory authorities.

An employer receives permissions for the following categories of persons:

1) seconded foreign workers;

2) intracorporate cessions;

3) foreigners and stateless persons in respect of whom a decision has been made to issue documents for the resolution of the issue of recognition as a refugee or a person who needs additional protection.

The special categories of foreigners and stateless persons who apply for employment in Ukraine are:

1) foreign highly paid professionals;

2) founders and / or participants and / or beneficiaries (controllers) of a legal entity established in Ukraine;

3) graduates of the universities included in the first hundred in the world rankings of universities in accordance with the list determined by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine;

4) foreign workers of creative professions;

5) foreign IT professionals.

An employer may obtain a permit on condition that a salary is paid at a rate not less than:

1) five minimum wages – for foreign hired employees in public associations, charitable organizations and educational institutions;

 2) ten minimum wages – for all other categories of hired workers.

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History of the immigration practice

Immigration practice has become one of the key issues in the activity of the newly created lawyer Alexander Evsutin in 2009, the law firm Advocate-consulting Bureau EMP (www.donadvocat.com).

This was due to the experience of mr. Evsutin, which had been worked out in the regional prosecutor’s office earlier. in the area of ​​protecting the rights of citizens and conducting a special supervisory topic on combating illegal migration and trafficking in human beings, maintaining a charge for cases in this category (www.immigration-ukraine.com)

The beginning of the provision of services in this area was a mass appeal to a company of foreigners who lived in Ukraine and had difficulties in issuing documents about their stay in the country.

Basically, these were foreign students who had already completed their studies and they had a term of stay in Ukraine and they needed to issue residence permits on other grounds.

Students who had problems with unscrupulous “contractors” or universities also began to apply for the protection of their interests and representation before third parties. There were also clients – companies that recruit foreign students to Ukrainian universities and universities from different cities of Ukraine  (www.StudyInUkraine.in.ua)

From 2010 to the present time the company has developed a client base from foreigners who came to Ukraine for business organization, export and import of goods, purchase of real estate and other assets. Our lawyers constantly accompany foreign investments into Ukraine and foreign economic activities of their Clients (www.uip.com.ua)

In 2011, A.Evsutin became one of co-founders of the All-Ukrainian public organization “Migration lawyers and consultants of Ukraine”, registered in Kyiv. (www.migrant.org.ua)

At the same time, relations were established with lawyers – representatives in Canada, the United States, Russia (www.uip.com.ru), Moldova, Kazakhstan and Belarus. After that, a number of joint activities and migration processes were held.

There have been cases concerning the protection of foreigners in administrative, criminal and civil cases. For example, on appealing against the illegal actions of the border guard service on the prohibition of entry into Ukraine, illegal deportation, criminal cases on allegations of fraud against foreigners, civil divorce cases and property divisions.

Positive practice. Bailder of the judicial advocate’s protection of clients was canceled several illegal decisions of the border service to ban the entry of foreigners to Ukraine, several times illegally seized at the airport “Borispol” by the customs authorities funds returned to foreigners returned.

From 2012 lawyer personally A.Evsutin (www.evsutin.com) defended the interests of clients in obtaining visas at the embassies and consulates of Ukraine located in various countries: Pakistan, India, Iran, South Africa, Egypt, Greece (Albania), Mexico. Consuls often make unreasonable decisions to refuse to grant visas to Ukraine, violating the rights of foreigners, which requires an adequate legal response.

2013-2014. A.Evsutin  – visited Islamabad – the capital of Pakistan (a country in South Asia), where he opened the office of his company for the immigration of South Asian people to Ukraine.

2014. Mr. A.Evsutin  – Certified trainer of the National Association of Lawyers of Ukraine on the topic: Report of the heads of AAU departments in Donetsk and Lugansk regions located in the ATO zone, in part of supporting migration processes from the territory of Donbass.

In 2015-2017 mr. Evsutin was also an expert of the public council under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, advising his members on the interaction with the Department of Consular Service and the Department of Foreign Economic Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is still a member of the diplomatic mission “European Ukraine”.

2016 year. A.N.Evsutin  – visited the city of Lusaka – the capital of Zambia (a country in South Africa), where he opened the office of his company for the immigration of African people to Ukraine.

In 2017, lawyer A.Evsutin was one of the initiators of the creation and the head of the International Law Committee of the Ukrainian Bar Association.

2018 – A.Evsyutin – visited 10 countries of the European Union and established relations with legal partners in Poland, the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Spain on issues of migration and foreign investment in Ukraine.

Export and import firms, IT companies that attract foreigners to work in Ukraine are also serviced by our law firm. For these companies, in addition to issuing work permits, we also provide comprehensive services to protect them from outside raider attacks and theft from employees, we advise on taxation and corporate business structuring.

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6 ways to legalize a foreigner in Ukraine

Learn for free the 6 most common ways to legalize a foreigner in Ukraine?

  • Through employment in the enterprise.
  • Through marriage to a citizen of Ukraine.
  • Through the child – a citizen of Ukraine or other relatives.
  • Through volunteering in charitable organizations.
  • Education at the University of Ukraine.
  • Through investments in your business in Ukraine.

In this case, the first 5 give the right to receive a temporary residence permit, and the 6th gives the right to obtain a permanent residence permit.

If you are planning to apply for the citizenship of Ukraine in the future, then it is better to take out through marriage.

By applying for a job, you can get a residence permit for 3 years, and by entering the university you can get a residence permit for 5 years, while for other reasons you only get it for up to 1 year.

Each of these methods has its advantages and disadvantages. Individually, we can provide you with advice and choose the most suitable option for you.

Sign up for a consultation: +380504776383 (Viber, WhatsApp, Telegram)

Advises the best immigration lawyer of Ukraine:

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The process of obtaining an electronic visa

The process of obtaining an electronic visa is designed as simplified as possible.

To apply for an electronic visa you need:

  • Register on the MFA web platform https://evisa.mfa.gov.ua/
  • Fill out the form online, upload photos and scanned copies of documents (passport, invitation, etc.),
  • Pay online by bank card consular fee.
  • Get ready electronic visa by email (sent in PDF format).
  • To enter Ukraine, it is necessary to print out the received electronic visa and provide it with a passport to the border authorities of Ukraine (the electronic visa is valid for entry to international checkpoints across the state border).

Advantages of e-visa:

  • remote submission of documents at any convenient time and obtaining an electronic visa without having to visit a consular office;
  • the possibility of online tracking the status of registration of e-visa;
  • centralized registration of all electronic visas to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine;
  • constant information support of applicants at evisa@mfa.gov.ua;

When making registration – up to 9 working days

Cost – $ 85;

Validity – up to 30 days at a time.

The full text of the current version of the requirements for electronic visas, which regulates in detail the procedure for issuing electronic visas, can be found by clicking on the link:

Invitation for e-visa to Ukraine

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Registration of invitations for e-visa

To enter Ukraine, citizens from some countries can get an e-visa.

However, to obtain it, in addition to the insurance policy and other documents, you must have a document that serves as the basis for entry, usually an invitation letter.

Without it, you will not receive a visa.

For different purposes, you can issue different documents:

Business e-visa

When applying for an electronic visa for traveling for business purposes, one of the following documents is submitted:

  1. invitation of a legal entity registered in Ukraine, executed in accordance with the established special rules;
  2. invitation of the state body, state institution, state enterprise, state organization;
  3. a document confirming the implementation of foreign investment in accordance with the legislation on the mode of foreign investment in Ukraine.

More information:

https://immigration-ukraine.com/invitation-for-e-visa-to-ukraine/

 

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About e-visa to Ukraine

E-Visa (a visa that is issued electronically) is a permit required for entry into Ukraine or for transit travel through its territory, which is issued remotely online – using the Internet and a special visa information and telecommunication system.

Visa information and telecommunications system is an electronic information and telecommunications system designed to store, protect and process information about a person and visas, which are processed using its funds.

Requirements for issuing visas in electronic form are established by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

On what period?

E-visa is issued as a one-off – for up to 30 days to enter Ukraine with a business, private, tourist purpose, as well as for the purpose of treatment, activities in the field of culture, science, education, sports, with the purpose of performing official duties by a foreign correspondent or representative of a foreign media.

The entry into Ukraine of a foreigner on the basis of an e-Visa is carried out at international checkpoints across the state border.

When can I file?

To obtain an electronic visa, a foreigner submits a visa application no earlier than three months and no later than 10 working days before the start of the planned trip. The visa application on behalf of a minor or incapacitated person is filed by one of the parents or another legal representative.

Filing a visa application includes:

  • registration on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine;
  • fill out a visa application form and upload photos;

admission to the completed application form scanned copies:

  • personal data pages of the passport document;
  • a valid health insurance policy covering expenses of at least € 30,000 or equivalent in another currency, unless otherwise provided by legislation or international treaties of Ukraine;
  • a document confirming the existence of sufficient financial security for the period of the planned stay and for returning to the state of origin or transit to a third state or the opportunity to receive sufficient financial security in a legal way on the territory of Ukraine;
  • a document confirming the purpose of the trip (in Ukrainian or English) in accordance with the points indicated below;
  • payment of the consular fee in a cashless form using electronic means of payment through the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

About invitation letter to Ukraine with the established special rules.

Do I need to print it on a printer?

For entry into the territory of Ukraine and departurefrom the territory of Ukraine, the e-Visa is submitted by a foreigner in hard copy together with a passport document to an official of the state border guard bodies and is maintained for the entire duration of his stay in Ukraine.

 

 

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Changes in the rules for obtaining e-visas to Ukraine

The cost of issuing electronic visas to Ukraine has been increased from $ 65 to $ 85. “

Now, the visa in electronic form is issued as a one-time visa for up to 30 days for entry into Ukraine for business, private, tourist purposes, as well as for the purpose of treatment, activities in the field of culture, science, education, sports, with the purpose of performing official duties foreign correspondent or representative of a foreign media. “.

That is, the list of reasons for obtaining an electronic visa is expanded.

More:

Changes in the rules for obtaining e-visas to Ukraine

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Cancellation of visa on arrival

Ukraine unilaterally canceled the issuance of visas at airports in Ukraine for citizens of such countries as:
Australia, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Bahamas, Barbados, Bahrain, Republic of Vanuatu, Republic of Guatemala, Republic of Honduras, Grenada, Commonwealth of Dominica, Republic of India, Republic of Indonesia, State of Qatar, People’s Republic of China, Kuwait, Republic of Mauritius, Malaysia, United Mexican States, Federated States of Micronesia, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Sultanate of Oman, Republic of Palau, Republic of Peru, Independent State of Samoa, Republic of El Salv Dore, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Republic Seyshelskye Island, St. Vincent and Hrenadynы, Republic Singapore, East Timor Demokratycheskaya Republic (Timor-Leste), Republic Trinidad and Tobago, Tuvalu.

At the same time, having canceled the possibility of obtaining visas at airports for Indian citizens, they were not given the opportunity to receive an electronic visa (e-visa). Thus, the citizens of India were in a very awkward position compared to the rights of 2018. Now, as in the good old days, they need to get a visa at the Embassy of Ukraine in India to come to Ukraine.

What caused this decision, the Ukrainian government did not explain. It was simply reported that the project of issuing visas at airports was unsuccessful. However, it is from India that the flow of visitors to Ukraine has increased due to the previously existing procedure for issuing visas at airports.

More information:

Cancellation of visas at Ukrainian airports

At the same time, changes were made to the procedure for issuing e-visas …

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E-visa countries in Ukraine

LIST OF STATE
to citizens of which an e-Visa is issued

  • Australia
  • Commonwealth of the Bahamas
  • Barbados
  • Kingdom of Bahrain
  • Belize
  • Multinational state of Bolivia
  • Kingdom of Bhutan
  • Republic of Vanuatu
  • Republic of Haiti
  • Republic of Guatemala
  • Republic of Honduras
  • Grenada
  • Commonwealth of Dominica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Republic of Ecuador
  • Republic of Indonesia
  • Kingdom of Cambodia
  • People’s Republic of China
  • Republic of Kiribati
  • Republic of Colombia
  • Republic of Costa Rica
  • State of Kuwait
  • Lao People’s Democratic Republic
  • Republic of Mauritius
  • Malaysia
  • Maldives
  • Republic Marshall Islands
  • Mexican United States
  • Federated States of Micronesia
  • Republic of the Union of Myanmar
  • Republic of Nauru
  • Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal
  • Republic of Nicaragua
  • New Zealand
  • Sultanate of Oman
  • Republic of Palau
  • Republic of Peru
  • Republic of El Salvador
  • Independent State of Samoa
  • Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Republic of Seychelles
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  • Saint Lucia
  • Republic of Singapore
  • Solomon Islands
  • Republic of Suriname
  • The Kingdom of Thailand
  • Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
  • Republic Trinidad and Tobago
  • Tuvalu
  • Republic of Fiji
  • Jamaica

{Annex 3 as amended by the Decree of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No. 525 dated 06.12.2018}

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Visas to Ukraine

Types of visas to Ukraine

Visas, depending on the purpose of the trip, are divided into the following types, denoted by the alphanumeric code (letters of the Latin alphabet – in the machine readable zone):

  • transit visa (indicated by the letter B, in the machine readable zone – VB)
  • short-term visa (indicated by the letter C, in the machine-readable area – VC)
  • long-term visa (indicated by the letter D, in the machine-readable area – VD).

Transit visa

A transit visa is issued to foreigners and stateless persons in the case of transit through Ukraine to a third country, as well as the transit transportation of goods and passengers by road.

A transit visa is issued as one-time, two-and multiple for the period indicated in the documents, which are the basis for the issuance of such a visa, but not more than one year, unless otherwise provided by international agreements of Ukraine.

At the same time, the period of stay in the territory of Ukraine during each transit journey through its territory should not exceed five days.

Short-term visa

A short-term visa is issued to foreigners and stateless persons for entry to Ukraine, if their stay in Ukraine does not exceed 90 days within 180 days.

A short-term visa is:

  • one-time
  • two times
  • multiple

A short-term visa, as a rule, is for a period of six months or a period specified in the documents that are the basis for the issuance of such a visa, but not more than five years.

In this case, the validity of the visa can not exceed the validity period of the passport (that is, the passport must be valid for at least three months after the declared date of departure from the territory of Ukraine).

In the event that a foreign state issues visas for citizens of Ukraine for a term exceeding five years, the term of the short-term visa for citizens of such a state is determined by the Department of the Consular Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, taking into account the principle of reciprocity.

Long-term visa

A long-term visa is issued to foreigners and stateless persons for entry into Ukraine for the purpose of processing documents that give the right to stay or stay in Ukraine for a term exceeding 90 days.

A long-term visa is issued by a foreign diplomatic institution of Ukraine as a multiple of 90 days, unless otherwise provided by law or international treaties of Ukraine.

The period during which an alien or stateless person can enter Ukraine, and the period of stay in its territory is indicated in the visa sticker.

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Moldovan citizenship for investment

Today a new European program on registration of citizenship for investments in Moldova has appeared.

The main applicant must be over 18 and make a non-refundable contribution to the State Investment Fund.

The following options are available (minimum amounts indicated):

  • 100,000 euros for one applicant.
  • 115,000 euros for a couple.
  • 145,000 euros for a family of four.
  • 155,000 euros for a family of five or more people.

In addition, you need to pay state fees in the following amount: 5,000 euros for the main applicant, 2,500 euros for the spouse, 1,000 euros for each child aged 0-15 years, 2,500 euros for a dependent child aged 16 years up to 29 years, as well as 5,000 euros for the dependent parent of the main applicant or spouse 55 years of age and older.

The due diligence fee is 6,000 euros for the main applicant and 5,000 euros for the spouse, dependent children over 16 years of age and / or dependent parents. The cost of biometric passport fees is 300 euros per person.

The main advantages of the program:

Visa free access to 122 destinations worldwide, including Russia, Turkey and countries in the Schengen zone in Europe.

Citizenship in a European country with an open culture, continental climate and fascinating landscapes.

Reasonable amount of subsidized contribution and highly efficient processing of applications.

Full citizenship for the applicant and family members.

Allowed children under the age of 29 and parents (of both the main applicant and the spouse) aged 55 and over are allowed to participate.

Citizenship can be transferred to future children and other members of future generations without restriction and at no extra charge.

Citizenship in a state that has entered into an association agreement with the EU and aims to become a member state of the European Union.

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Ukraine visit visa requirements for pakistan

Ukraine visit visa requirements for Pakistan

It should be noted that Visa Centres will only be providing applicants with pre-decision making services on filing visa applications to Ukraine’s Embassy in Pakistan. Visa decisions upon every application will be made by Ukraine’s consular officers only.

 VAC contact details: 

City Address
Islamabad Gerrys Building, Adjacent to Punjab Cash and Carry, Park Road, Chattha Bakhtawar, Chak Shahzad, Islamabad
Karachi Bahria Complex IV, 4th Floor, Main Chaudhary Khaliq Uz Zaman Road, Gizri, Clifon, Karachi
Lahore 20 Ex American Centre Buidling, Opposite Ganga Ram Hopsital, Queens Road, Lahore
Contact Telephone 0900-07860 (from a landline) or 9999 (from a mobile)
Email: info@immigration.com.ua

Website: http://immigration.com.ua

VISA TYPES AND CATEGORIES, VISA VALIDITY

Depending on the purpose of travel, visas can be of the following types, marked by alphabetical code (Latin letters – in the machine readable area):

transit visa (type B) – can be issued as singe-entry, two-entry and multi-entry visas for a period indicated in documents serving as a basis for visa issuance, but for no longer than one year. The period of stay on the territory of Ukraine during each transit through Ukraine may not exceed five days;

short-term visa (type C) – are issued to foreigners and stateless persons for entry to Ukraine if their stay in Ukraine does not exceed 90 days in the period of 180 days and can be issued as singe-entry, two-entry and multi-entry visas with a period of six months or a period indicated in documents serving as a basis for visa issuance, but for no longer than five years;

long-term visa (type D) – are issued to foreigners and stateless persons for entry to Ukraine with the intention to obtain a document allowing stay or residency in Ukraine for a period exceeding 90 days. Long-term visas are issued only by a Ukrainian diplomatic mission abroad as multi-entry for 90 days.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

For all visa types, unless otherwise stipulated by legislation or international treaties of Ukraine, the following documents are to be submitted:

1) passport that should meet the following requirements:

be valid for at least three months after the stated date of departure from Ukraine;

have at least two blank visa designated pages;

have validity period of no longer than 10 years;

2) completed and signed Visa Apllication Form. Visa application forms of minors shall be submitted for each person and signed by a parent or legal guardian.

For speeding up application process Visa Application Forms should be submitted online via web site;

3) one coloured photo 35 mm x 45 mm;

4) valid health insurance with coverage of at least 30,000 EUR or equivalent in other currency. When multi-entry visa is requested, availability of health insurance valid for the first intended visit to Ukraine shall be considered. Holders of diplomatic or service passport shall be exempt from this requirement;

5) proof of the sufficient  financial means for the intended period of stay and return to the country of origin, or transit to a third country, or the possibility to legally obtain sufficient financial means on the territory of Ukraine (at the rate of 750 USD per 15 days stay). Holders of diplomatic or service passport shall be exempt from this requirement;

6) payment of consular fee, unless otherwise stipulated by legislation or international treaties of Ukraine.

7) together with all items listed above the following documents related to the purpose of entry must be submitted for visas.

 to apply for visa В (transit visaone of the following documents shall be submitted:

1) proof of transit (entry to a third country (if necessary), ticket, etc.);

2) proof of transit carriage of cargo or passengers by automobile transport;

3) license for international freight issued by relevant competency authority of a foreign state.

to apply for visa C (shortterm visa) one of the following documents shall be submitted:

1) letter of invitation from a legal person registered in Ukraine, presented on the official letterhead.

Notes: letter of invitation have to contain the number assigned in the Unified State Registry of legal entities, individual entrepreneurs and citizens’ associations, registration number, date and signature, full name of the invited person, information about his/her date and place of birth, nationality, passport details, place of residence, purpose of visit, duration of intended visit to Ukraine, number of entries and place of stay in Ukraine, legal person’s obligations towards possible costs related to the invited person’s stay or departure from Ukraine;

2) notarized letter of invitation from a physical person – Ukrainian citizen, foreigner or stateless person who legally reside, temporarily or permanently, in Ukraine.

Notes: invitation shall contain full name of a physical person, details of his/her passport and temporary or permanent residency permit (for a foreigner or stateless person), address, and full name of the invited person, information about his/her date and place of birth, nationality, passport details, place of residence, purpose of visit, duration of intended visit to Ukraine, number of entries and place of stay in Ukraine, physical person’s obligations towards possible costs related to the invited person’s stay or departure from Ukraine. The invitation shall be appended by copies of a hosting person’s passport and temporary or permanent residency permit in Ukraine (for a foreigner or stateless person);

3) letter of invitation from a government body, government institution, state enterprise or government organization;

4) contract on transit carriage of cargo or passenger by automobile transport, and license for international freight;

5) Ukrainian foreigner’s ID. A spouse of a Ukrainian foreigner and his/her children shall submit proof of kinship;

6) documents confirming that the purpose of travel is tourism;

7) letter of invitation from a healthcare institution;

8) document attesting to foreign investment activity, according to the legislation on foreign investment regime on the territory of Ukraine;

9) proof that a foreigner or stateless person owns immovable property on the territory of Ukraine;

10) letter of invitation from a religious organization agreed with a government agency that registered the charter (regulation) of a corresponding religious organization for a short-term stay with the purpose of preaching a set of beliefs, performance of religious rituals or other faith-related activity;

11) request from a foreign mass media outlet about issuance of visa for a foreign correspondent or representative of a foreign mass media outlet who enters Ukraine for a short-term stay with the purpose of performing job-related responsibilities;

12) request from government bodies of foreign states and international organizations;

13) order of the Central Election Commission on registration of official observers from foreign states and international organizations for presidential elections, parliamentary elections, local elections and national referendums;

14) proof that a foreigner or stateless person is a spouse, parent or child of a Ukrainian citizen.

In cases when a foreigner or stateless person enter Ukraine with the aim to ensure its foreign and internal policy interests or with a humanitarian purpose, short-term visas can be issued upon written decision of a head of a Ukrainian diplomatic mission aboard or consular department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

to apply for visa D (long-term visa) one of the following documents shall be submitted:

1) notarized copy of permission to employ foreigners and stateless persons as labour force. Foreigners and stateless persons whose employment, according to the law, is not subject to permission to employ foreigners and stateless persons as labour force, shall instead produce an employment agreement (contract), and persons with foreign Ukrainian status shall produce an employment agreement (contract) and foreign Ukrainian’s ID.

2) copy of decision on immigration permission issued by the State Migration Service;

3) proof that the applicant is a family member to a person who has been granted refugee status in Ukraine, or a person in need of subsidiary protection who has been granted subsidiary protection in Ukraine;

4) invitation for study (internship) issued by a higher education institution and registered according to the procedure established by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine;

5) letter of invitation from a government institution, state enterprise or organization that is a recipient of international technical assistance;

6) letter of invitation from a religious organization agreed with a government agency that registered the charter (regulation) of a corresponding religious organization for a long-term stay with the purpose of preaching a set of beliefs, performance of religious rituals or other faith-related activity;

7) letter of invitation from a branch office, division, representation or other structural unit of a civil society (non-governmental) organization of a foreign state registered according to the established procedure;

8) letter of invitation from a branch office, division, representation of a foreign business operator registered according to the established procedure;

9) letter of invitation from a branch office or representation of a foreign bank registered according to the established procedure;

10) request from a foreign mass media outlet about issuance of visa for a foreign correspondent or representative of a foreign mass media outlet who enters Ukraine for a long-term stay with the purpose of performing job-related responsibilities;

11) request from competent authorities of foreign states or international organizations to issue visas to employees of diplomatic missions and consular posts, international organizations and their representations who enter Ukraine for a long-term stay with the purpose of performing job-related responsibilities, and their family members;

12) letter of invitation from a relevant government agency responsible for implementation of cultural, educational, scientific, sport, or volunteering programs for participation in which a foreigner or stateless person arrives in Ukraine, or letter of invitation from an organization or institution that engages volunteers in their activity, information about which is placed on the official website of the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine, accompanied by the copy of state registration certificate of this organization or institution;

13) document certifying that a person is married to a Ukrainian citizen.

Notes: if the marriage between a Ukrainian citizen and foreigner or stateless person was concluded outside Ukraine according to the law of a foreign state, validity of such marriage shall be determined on the basis of the Law of Ukraine “On International Private Law”. Documents issued by competent authorities of a foreign state shall be legalized, unless otherwise stipulated by the law or international treaty of Ukraine, and submitted together with the translation into the Ukrainian language, attested according to the established procedure; however, translation into the English language may be provided if the Ukrainian translation in not possible;

14) proof that the applicant is a family member to a foreigner or stateless person who hold permit for temporary residency in Ukraine.

Notes: documents issued by competent authorities of a foreign state shall be legalized, unless otherwise stipulated by the law or international treaty of Ukraine, and submitted together with the translation into the Ukrainian language, attested according to the established procedure, however, translation into the English language may be provided if the Ukrainian translation in not possible; copy of the relevant permit for temporary residency in Ukraine and of the proof of financial sufficiency of a foreigner or stateless person to support family members in Ukraine;

VISA PROCESSING

Time limits for visa issuance by a Ukrainian diplomatic mission abroad are:

urgent processing – up to five working days. Urgent visa issuance is processed upon request of a foreigner or stateless person and in the period determined by a Ukrainian diplomatic mission abroad;

ordinary processing – up to ten working days, unless otherwise stipulated by Ukraine’s international treaties. This period may be extended up to 30 working days if by additional checks are necessary.

CONSULAR FEES

Issuance of B, C, and D visas by a Ukrainian diplomatic mission abroad shall be subject to consular fee at the rate of 65 US dollars, unless otherwise stipulated by international treaties of Ukraine.

When a foreign state charges a consular fee for issuance of visas to Ukrainian citizens in the amount exceeding the mentioned rate, the Ukrainian diplomatic mission abroad shall charge a consular fee for visa issuance to the nationals of this state on the reciprocity principle. In this regard we encourage applicants to specify the applicable visa consular fee directly at the embassies of Ukraine, where they intend to obtain visas.

Urgent visa issuance or visa issuance during non-working hours shall be subject to a double consular fee rate.

Paid consular fees are not subject to refund.

Visas shall be issued with zero rate of consular fee to:

1) children under 6 years of age;

2) foreign Ukrainians, subject to showing foreign Ukrainian’s ID, foreign Ukrainian’s spouse and children;

3) persons who enter Ukraine on business and are holders of a diplomatic or service passport;

4) staff of Ukraine’s diplomatic missions abroad and consular posts, and their family members;

5) staff of international organizations and their representations in Ukraine, and their family members;

6) staff of states’ liaison offices at international organizations that have headquarters in Ukraine who, according to the statutes of such organizations or relevant international treaties, enjoy diplomatic privileges and immunity, and their family members;

7) heads and members of official delegations of foreign states and accompanying persons who enter Ukraine upon invitation of the President of Ukraine, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Presidential Administration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

8) honorary consuls of Ukraine, his/her spouse and minor children;

9) persons who enter Ukraine with the purpose of participating in the implementation of international technical assistance projects registered according to the established procedure, upon invitation of a government institution, enterprise or organization identified as recipients of the project;

10) staff of the emergency and rescue forces of foreign states who enter Ukraine with the purpose of responding to an emergency, upon request of the State Emergency Service;

11) representatives of foreign military formations and institutions who enter Ukraine on service duty, upon invitation of a relevant government body;

12) official observers from foreign states and international organizations registered by the Central Election Commission to observe presidential elections, parliamentary elections, local elections and national referendums;

13) other persons who enter Ukraine with the aim to ensure its foreign and internal policy interests or with a humanitarian purpose, upon written decision of a head of a Ukrainian diplomatic mission aboard or consular department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

GROUNDS FOR VISA REFUSAL OR VISA CANCELLATION

Decisions on visa refusal can be taken in the following cases:

1) there is a threat to national security and public safety;

2) there is a threat to public health, protection of rights and lawful interests of Ukrainian citizens and other persons who reside in Ukraine;

3) there is information about a foreigner or stateless person in the database of individuals who are banned from entering Ukraine or temporary restricted in their right to leave Ukraine, according to legislation;

4) it is established that the submitted passport of a foreigner or stateless person is falsified, damaged or does not conform with the established design, or belongs to a different person;

5) the applicant knowingly provided untrue information or other falsified documents;

6) a foreigner or stateless person does not possess valid health insurance when it is possible to obtain health insurance policy on the territory of the country where the corresponding visa request has been made;

7) a foreigner or stateless person has not demonstrated financial sufficiency for the period of intended visit and return to the country of origin, or transit to a third country, or the possibility to legally obtain sufficient financial means on the territory of Ukraine;

8) there is no evidence confirming the purpose of intended stay in Ukraine of a foreigner or stateless person;

9) there are no documents enabling to establish the intention of a foreigner or stateless person to leave Ukraine prior to visa expiration;

10) an applicant requests termination of visa application review.

In the event of visa refusal, a foreigner and stateless person shall be informed about the grounds for refusal, and a stamp shall be placed in his/her passport about visa refusal, with date and signature of the authorized person, attested by a seal. The form of a decision about visa refusal shall be established by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.

In case of visa refusal, a foreigner or stateless person may submit a repeated visa request.

A foreigner or stateless person who were refused a visa can appeal the decision to the authorized body that considered visa application by presenting letter of appeal with corresponding proof requesting reconsider the visa request. Letter of appeal shall be submitted within two months period of the date of visa refusal.

In case of visa refusal, consular fee will not be refunded. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION!

In accordance with the updated Ukrainian migration legislation since the 25th of August 2009 foreign travelers have been required to present the proof of their financial status for the purpose of a selective control at Ukrainian border checkpoints while entering (including transit) the territory of Ukraine.

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Exchange of temporary residence permit

The exchange of a temporary residence permit (initiation) certificate is carried out in the case of:

1) changes to the information included in the “posvidka”;

2) identification of errors in the information entered in the “posvidka”;

3) the expiration of the residence permit “posvidka”;

4) the unsuitability of the “posvidka” for further use.

Documents for registration of a residence permit (including replacing a lost or stolen “posvidka”), its exchange are submitted to the state enterprise, which is under the administration of the State Migration Service, administrative services center (hereinafter – authorized entity) and territorial bodies / territorial SMS units at the place of residence of a foreigner or stateless person.

Documents for registration of a residence permit must be submitted no later than 15 working days before the end of the prescribed period of stay in Ukraine.

In case of occurrence of circumstances (events) in connection with which a residence permit is subject to exchange (except for the period of its validity), documents for its exchange are submitted within one month from the date of occurrence of such circumstances (events).

If, due to a change of surname and (or) own name or patronymic, discrepancies in the records, it is necessary to exchange the alien’s passport document or stateless identity document, documents for exchange of the form are submitted no later than one month after receiving the new passport document foreigner or stateless identity document.

In the event of the expiration of the type of validity documents for its exchange can be filed no later than 15 working days before the date of expiration of its validity. In this case, the view that is subject to exchange, after receiving the documents is returned to the person and it seems to her upon receipt of a new certificate.

So in the indicated order it is established that for the execution of a “work” in connection with a loss or theft, of its exchange, a foreigner or a stateless person shall submit the following documents:

1) “posvidka”, which is subject to exchange (except in cases of loss and theft)

2) an alien’s passport document or stateless identity document;

3) translation into Ukrainian of the page of a passport document of an alien or a document certifying a stateless person with personal data, certified in the manner prescribed by law;

4) documents confirming the circumstances in connection with which the species is subject to exchange (except for the cases provided for in subparagraphs 3 and 4 of paragraph 7 of this Procedure);

5) a document certifying the identity of the legal representative, and a document confirming the authority of the person as a legal representative (in the case of the presentation of documents by the legal representative);

6) a document confirming the payment of an administrative fee or a document on exemption from its payment.

At the moment, in connection with the entry into force of the Order of execution, issuance, exchange, cancellation, transfer, withdrawal, return to the state, invalidation and destruction of a residence permit, approved by Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 322 of April 25, 2018, a difficult exchange situation has been created initiation “due to changes in the grounds for their issuance.

State migration service authorities refuse to accept documents in the event that the alien has a residence permit.

So in the indicated order it is established that for registration of a “work” in connection with a loss or theft, its exchange a foreigner or stateless person shall submit

The following documents:

1) “trade”, which is subject to exchange (except in cases of loss and theft)

2) an alien’s passport document or stateless identity document;

3) translation into Ukrainian of the page of a passport document of an alien or a document certifying a stateless person with personal data, certified in the manner prescribed by law;

4) documents confirming the circumstances in connection with which the species is subject to exchange (except for the cases provided for in subparagraphs 3 and 4 of paragraph 7 of this Procedure);

5) a document certifying the identity of the legal representative, and a document confirming the authority of the person as a legal representative (in the case of the presentation of documents by the legal representative);

6) a document confirming the payment of an administrative fee or a document on exemption from its payment.

When submitting documents, a foreigner or a stateless person shall present to the employee of the territorial body / territorial unit of the HMS (“VHI”) of an authorized subject the originals of the documents referred to in subparagraphs 1, 2, 4 – 6 of this paragraph.

The application form shall be accompanied by the originals of the document specified in subparagraph 3 of this paragraph, and a document confirming the payment of the administrative fee, and copies of the documents specified in subparagraphs 1, 2 and 5 of this paragraph, and a document on exemption from the payment of the administrative fee, certified by the employee of body / territorial unit of the SMS, authorized subject by affixing a mark “According to the original” and a signature indicating his position, surname, initials and date.

The originals of the documents specified in subparagraphs 1, 2 and 5 of this paragraph, and the document on exemption from the payment of the administrative fee are returned to the alien or stateless person.

If the exchange of the form is carried out in connection with the expiration of its validity period, the documents referred to in paragraph 33 of this Procedure are additionally submitted.

The territorial authority / territorial subdivision of the State Migration Service refuses a foreigner or stateless person to apply for or issue a species if: 1) a foreigner or a stateless person has a residence permit or permit (except in cases of exchange of a residence permit), a refugee certificate or an identity card, which has been granted additional protection that is valid on the day of the application.

 

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For a residence permit a foreigner presents

At the moment, in connection with the entry into force of the Procedure for processing, issuing, exchanging, canceling, sending, withdrawing, returning to the state, invalidation and destruction of a residence permit, approved by Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 322 of April 25, 2018, the procedure for obtaining residence

Bodies of the state migration service often refuse to accept documents without understanding the new legislation.

Thanks to the gradual study and interpretation of the law, this situation is somewhat changing for the better.

So, for registration of a residence permit a foreigner represents:

1) an alien’s passport document or stateless identity document with a type D visa, unless otherwise provided by legislation and international treaties of Ukraine;

2) a document certifying the identity of the legal representative, and a document confirming the authority of the person as a legal representative (in the case of the presentation of documents by the legal representative);

3) translation into Ukrainian of the page of a passport document of an alien or a document certifying a stateless person with personal data, certified in the manner prescribed by law;

4) a valid health insurance policy;

5) a document confirming the payment of an administrative fee or a document on exemption from its payment.

When submitting documents for registration of a type, a foreigner or a stateless person presents to the employee of the territorial body / territorial unit of the VHI, the authorized subject the originals of the documents specified in subparagraphs 1, 2, 4, 5 of this paragraph.

The application form shall be accompanied by the original documents specified in subparagraph 3 of this paragraph, and a document confirming the payment of the administrative fee, and copies of the above documents.

The originals of the documents specified in subparagraphs 1, 2 and 4 of this paragraph, and the document on exemption from the payment of the administrative fee are returned to the alien or stateless person.

In addition to these documents, depending on the category of foreigners and stateless persons defined by article 4 of the Law of Ukraine “On the legal status of foreigners and stateless persons”, other documents are submitted.

At the moment, in connection with the entry into force of the Order of execution, issuance, exchange, cancellation, transfer, withdrawal, return to the state, invalidation and destruction of a residence permit, approved by the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 322 of April 25, 2018, a difficult exchange situation has been created ” initiation “due to changes in the grounds for their issuance.

State migration service authorities refuse to accept documents in the event that the alien has a residence permit.

From 10.09.2018, the Migration Service began to issue a residence permit in the form of cards.

 

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