The Ukraine e-visa is a one-time entry online visa which permits holder to enter Ukraine once for a short-specified period.
Yes. You must show a proof of a valid Medical Travel Insurance for the entire period of intended stay in Ukraine or the first trip (in case of multiple entry visa).
It’s not possible. The application fee covers the processing of the application, regardless of the final result.
The duration of the Ukraine tourist e-visa is 30 days from the date of arrival in the country.
Eligible citizens can apply for the e-visa to Ukraine through a simple online application.
No, children can't travel on the same Ukraine e-visa as their parents. It is necessary to submit a separate kids e-visa application for all minors.
Applicants are advised to ensure that all of the information provided on the Ukraine e-visa application form is correct, as even small mistakes may result in the Ukraine e-visa being denied.
Yes, those who overstay the validity of their visa are liable to be charged a fine of between $19 (510 UAH) up to $32 (850 UAH).
Yes. You have to provide every supplementary document every time you apply for a visa to Ukraine.
Yes, you can ask the courier service at the time of documents submission to bring your passport to you once it has been issued.
Applicants will be able to check the status of the Ukraine visa online through the updates and notifications sent to the email address provided on the e-visa form.
It will take no more than 10 business days to receive the result. But they can be a few days late depending on your purpose of travel, so you must apply at least a month in advance before your departure date.
According to the embassy requirements the rule of personal documents submission applies regardless of the purpose of travel or applicant’s citizenship. Except if it’s a minor applicant whose visa applications will be submitted by one of the parents or legal guardians based on birth certificate or court decision respectively.
The application can be filled online and then printed out or taken in the Visa Application Center. However, the Ukraine embassy must receive original, signed copies of the application forms. But you cannot submit the applications by fax or e-mail.
The process of Ukraine e-visa application is very simple and you can get everything completed in less than an hour.
Once your online application form is successfully submitted, relax and continuously check your email to see when they will get back to you (it usually takes about 10 business days for the to respond).
Once your Ukraine e-visa application is being registered, you will get a confirmation email with the title as follows: "Registration of an e-Visa application form". Once you receive this email, it means that someone has looked into your application.
In about 10-20 minutes after receiving the application registration email, another email with the title "e-visa issuance" will come in. This email will contain the result of your e-visa application and if your application is approved, the PDF format of the e-visa will be attached to this email and you are all ready to start travelling to Ukraine.
Ukraine’s visas cannot be extended. Foreigners who stays in Ukraine upon their visa expiring date may apply for the extension of their stay while in Ukraine through Ukraine’s State Migration Service local offices.
You can apply for a Ukraine visa at any of these locations:
- One of Ukraine’s Embassies or Consulates abroad
- One of the Ukraine Visa Application Centers
You will be notified by email as soon as the Ukraine government approves your visa
Once you apply, you have to wait for your visa to arrive by email in the timeframe you chose no need to deal with the embassy.
Yes. You have to send your actual passport, not a copy of it. The Ukraine visa is stamped on your passport and will be one of your passport pages. Visa request can’t be processed without your original passport. We strongly suggest that you send your application securely, using a traceable courier such as FedEx because of the importance of your passport.