All 102 countries where the visa is no longer needed for Ukrainians

Here are all the countries where the visa is no longer needed for Ukrainians!

There are already 102 of them !! And it becomes more.

A new Ukrainian passport – and the whole world is open to you.

If you have already received a Ukrainian biometric passport, of course.
Only six months have passed since the visa-free regime with the Schengen zone began to operate in Ukraine, and the number of countries opening their borders continues to be replenished.

So, more recently, the United Arab Emirates has become much more accessible.

Canada also announced plans to mark visas for Ukrainians.
In general, from 195 countries of the world today we are free to access 101 – 51%, slightly more than half!
We decided to publish a full list of countries where Ukrainians can come today, having only a biometric passport.

Schengen countries:

Austria

1. Austria.

2. Andorra.

3. Belgium.

4. The Vatican.

5. Hungary.

Germany

6. Germany.

7. Greece.

8. Denmark.

9. Iceland.

10. Spain.

11. Italy.

12. Latvia.

Lithuania

13. Lithuania.

14. Liechtenstein.

15. Luxembourg.

16. Malta.

17. Monaco.

18. The Netherlands.

Poland

19. Norway.

20. Poland.

21. Portugal.

22. San Marino.

23. Slovakia.

24. Slovenia.

25. Finland.

Czech Republic

27. Czech Republic.

26. France.

28. Switzerland.

29. Sweden.

30. Estonia.

EU countries that are not members of the Schengen area:

Romania

31. Bulgaria.

32. Cyprus.

33. Romania.

34. Croatia.

 

 

Other countries:

Brazil

35. Azerbaijan.
36. Albania.
37. Argentina.
38. Armenia.
39. Belarus.
40. Brazil.

41. Haiti.
42. Guatemala.
43. Honduras.
44. Grenada.
45. Georgia.

Moldova

46. ​​Dominican Republic.

47. Israel.
48. Kazakhstan.
49. Costa Rica.
50. Kyrgyzstan.
51. Macedonia.

52. Moldova.
53. Mongolia. 54. Namibia.
55. Panama.
56. Paraguay.

Russia

57. Peru.

58. Russia.
59. El Salvador.
60. Tajikistan.
61. Uzbekistan.
62. Montenegro.
63. Chile.
64. Ecuador.

Countries issuing entry visas:

Australia

65. Australia.

66. Bangladesh.
67. Barbados.
68. Bahrain.
69. Benin.
70. Bolivia.
71. Burkina Faso.
72. East Timor.
73. Viet Nam.
74. The Gambia.
75. Djibouti.

Zambia

76. Dominica.
77. Zambia.

78. Jordan.
79. Iran.
80. Cape Verde.
81. Cambodia.
82. Comoros.
83. Laos.

84. Lebanon.
85. Mauritius.
86. Madagascar.
87. Malawi.
88. Maldives.
89. Nepal.

Pakistan

90. Pakistan.
91. Rwanda.
92. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
93. Syria.
94. Thailand.
95. Tanzania.

96. Togo.
97. Tonga.
98. Tuvalu.
99. Uganda.
100. Fiji.
101. Southern Sudan.

102. To enter Mexico, electronic registration is required to obtain an electronic entry permit or US visa.

UA Immigration firm, Law Offices of Alexander N. YEUSIUTIN, P.C. Law Offices of Alexander N. YEUSIUTIN, P.C., immigration law firm, was started in 2007. It is headed by UA Immigration Attorney, Alexander N. YEUSIUTIN, providing immigration help and assistance to clients in Kiev (KV), Odessa (OD), Dnepr (DP) and all remaining regions and abroad.

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2 comments on “All 102 countries where the visa is no longer needed for Ukrainians
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