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Ukraine: New Visa Rules

Latest On New Visa Rules For Ukraine

With immediate effect, from the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No.118, 1 March 2017.
The key changes are as follows:

State migration service invitations are no longer required for obtaining short- term business and private visas. Under the new law the visas can be issued based on

  • a formal written application* from a legal entity- resident of Ukraine
  • a notarized application* from an individual (including a foreign citizen residing in Ukraine)
    *applications are to meet requirements introduced by the new rules
  • The procedure for issuing long-term D-visas has been revised – now such visa is issued as multiple-entry for 90 days.
  • The procedure for issuing long-term D-visas has been revised – now such visa is issued as multiple-entry for 90 days.
  • The new rules introduce a possibility of submitting an electronic application for a single entry visa valid for up to 30 days for travelling under business or tourism purposes.

More information

If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Immigration team at immigration@sterling.com or call +44(0)20 8836 3359.

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