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RULES OF DEPARTURE AND RETURN TO UKRAINE

Departure of citizens of Ukraine abroad is possible with any available document confirming the person, including an "internal" passport, ID-card or documents in Diia.

Notice! You can travel to neighboring EU countries without a biometric passport only once.

During the period of martial law, departure of children under 16 years of age is possible accompanied by one of the parents without a notarized consent of the second parent, as well as accompanied by a grandmother, grandfather, adult brother or sister, stepmother, stepfather or other persons authorized by one of the parents in a written application, certified by the guardianship authority. The child needs to have a foreign passport or birth certificate (in the absence of a passport).

Children who have reached the age of 16 have the right to free independent travel outside Ukraine in accordance with Article 313 of the Civil Code of Ukraine.

Important! Due to the imposition of martial law in Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the departure from Ukraine of a certain category of citizens – male citizens of Ukraine aged 18 to 60 years is limited (updated exceptions).

Citizens of Ukraine (and holders of a permanent residence permit) can freely return from any country in the world without the need to provide any "covid" documents.


You can return to Ukraine with any identity document or return certificate. However, it is necessary to take into account the requirements for transit through third countries when traveling home.

According to official information from the embassies, Romania and Serbia allow transit to Ukraine through their territories on any available documents without the need for a transit visa or return certificate.

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