According to an official of the State Migration Service of Ukraine, on July 1, 2019 to rise several kinds of administrative services related to immigration and travel abroad.
In particular, the cost of Ukrainian biometric documents will increase – the price increase will be up to 30%.
The cost of issuing a Ukrainian passport will increase from 557.32 UAH (22 USD) to 682 UAH (27 USD) (period of 20 days) or from 810.32 UAH (31 USD) to 1034 UAH (40 USD) (up to 7 days).
The issuance of a temporary or permanent residence permit in Ukraine will also increase. In the first case, the price will grow from 821 to 891 UAH (34 USD), and in the second – from 629 to 728 UAH (28 USD).
Issuance of a passport of a citizen of Ukraine (ID-card) will rise from 279 to 345 UAH (for 20 days) or from 366 to 471 UAH (for 10 days). However, for those who get the passport for the first time in their lives, cards will still be issued free of charge.
In addition, starting July 1, the cost of issuing other documents that record the stay of foreigners and stateless persons in Ukraine – a refugee card, travel document of a refugee, etc., will increase. A complete list of changes in the value of these references can be found on the official website of the State Migration Service of Ukraine.
The cost of issuing of documents increases for the first time since 2016.
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