I'm Ukrainian: a new app for Ukrainians abroad
Millions of Ukrainian citizens who have been forced to move abroad can now find study or work opportunities, visit volunteer hubs, plan joint excursions, and more in one app - Iʼm Ukrainian. Learn more about how the app works and in which countries it is available
For Ukrainians who are currently forced to move to other countries, we have created an app that can make life abroad more comfortable. We're going to tell you about the app's interesting features, how to install it, and in which countries it is available.
What do you know about the I'm Ukrainian app for Ukrainians abroad?
I'm Ukrainian is a so-called digital community to unite our compatriots who currently live abroad.
Browsing through businesses started by our countrymen, choosing the best options for education or employment, looking for like-minded people, going on excursions together, and visiting charity hubs - all of this is now available through the I'm Ukrainian app.
Another undoubted advantage of the new app is the ability to add news and announcements about your own interesting events or about opening your own business.
How does the I'm Ukrainian app work?
The app is available only for Ukrainians. To make this point, the developers have integrated the login through the state app Diia.
How do I install the app on my smartphone?
To install I'm Ukrainian, you just need to download the application, provide a valid email address during registration, select the "login via Diia" function, and confirm your login by going to Diia.
It is noted that your personal information is safe because Diia does not share your data, but only confirms your citizenship.
🔗 You can download Iʼm Ukrainian here - https://iamukrainian.app/ 👈
What countries does the I'm Ukrainian app already work in?
The geography of the app is expanding daily. Currently, I'm Ukrainian is available in Poland, the United States, Canada, Romania, Austria, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Estonia, Slovakia, Germany, Turkey, France, Switzerland, and the Czech Republic.
Just a reminder! Earlier, we covered the details of sending documents abroad by mail. To find out what is allowed and what is prohibited to send from Ukraine, please follow the link.
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