Ukraine Visa Support
Step 1: Do you need a Ukraine visa? If so, obtain a Ukraine visa invitation.
Citizens of the U.S., Canada, Japan, EU nations, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Vatican, Iceland, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Mongolia and Lithuania can now visit Ukraine without a visa for a period up to 90 days. For citizens of other countries, follow the link to obtain a Ukraine visa invitation.
Step 2: If a visa is required, complete a visa application.
The second step requires that you complete a visa application form and submit it with your invitation, passport-size photo, and the original copy of your passport to the nearest Ukraine consulate.
a. To obtain the application form, you need to visit the Ukraine embassy or consulate's website. A very useful tool for locating embassies and consulates can be found at www.embassyworld.com. Try this directory for Ukraine Embassies without websites. If there is no Ukraine consulate in your resident country, look for the consulate in a larger neighboring country. (i.e. no Ukraine consulate in New Zealand, search in Australia).
b. Once you find the Ukraine embassy or consulate's website, follow the links to the Consular Section (Visas, Passports) where there will be a printable version of the application form.
c. Print, complete and sign the application form.
d. Submit the Ukraine visa application form along with your invitation, visa application fees, passport-size photo and original copy of your passport to the nearest Ukraine consulate.
Step 3: Visa Registration
With respect to the Ukraine, visas are now automatically registered at the time that you cross through customs.