To enter the territory of Ukraine, a foreigner must, depending on the purpose of the visit, obtain one of the following types of visas: "B", "C" or "D". Visa "B":
visa "B" is a transit visa and is issued for a maximum of one year with a maximum stay for each visit to the territory of Ukraine up to five days. To obtain this visa, you must provide a document confirming transit through the territory of Ukraine. Visa "C":
visa "C" entitles a foreigner to stay on the territory of Ukraine for a maximum of 90 days during the last 180 of the maximum period of up to 5 years. This visa is issued by foreigners for a short-term stay on the territory of Ukraine. In this case, the documents for obtaining a visa can be a private invitation or a tourist voucher. Visa "D":
this type of visa is valid for 90 days and only when a foreigner plans to receive a residence permit in Ukraine. Depending on the basis for obtaining a residence permit, the documents for a "D" visa may be: a work permit, an invitation to study, a marriage certificate with a citizen of Ukraine or a foreigner who already has a residence permit in Ukraine, as well as other documents in accordance with the legislation Ukraine.
To obtain any type of visa, you must provide:
- the passport;
- visa application form by pre-filling in electronic form on the website: https://visa.mfa.gov.ua
- photo 3.5x4.5; - insurance policy*;
- a document on financial security during the period of stay on the territory of Ukraine;
- a document confirming the payment of the consular fee.
With the legal support of Velum-Ukraine, 97.3% of our clients received a positive decision to issue a visa to enter Ukraine. The presence of all documents for obtaining a visa to Ukraine is not a 100% guarantee of success. A very important role is played by the correct filling of the visa application form as well as preparation for the interview at the consul.