Children and teenagers from Ukraine will be allowed to enter the UK unaccompanied
The UK will change visa rules to allow Ukrainian children and teenagers to enter the country unaccompanied. The current requirements ban persons under the age of 18 from traveling to the UK without parents or legal guardians unless children or teenagers are entering the country to be reunited with their parents or guardians.
The new rules are designed to make it easier for children trapped in Europe or forced to stay in Ukraine during the war to enter the United Kingdom. It is noted that there are more than 500 such children. The changes will allow children and teenagers to enter the country freely, subject to permission from parents or guardians, and the Ukrainian government, which already allows people over the age of 16 to leave without approval.
To date, the United Kingdom has issued 88,000 visas under the Homes for Ukraine programme, of which 52,000 visas have already been used by Ukrainians to enter the country. How to get a visa to enter Great Britain under this program, read in the article.
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