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UKRAINE IMMIGRATION
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EUROPE

Where Can I Find More Information about Entry/Immigration into Canada?

A Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) for individuals fleeing Ukraine has been established. More details can be found on this official government page: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/ukraine-measures/cuaet.html 

For comprehensive information about immigration  for those affected by the situation in Ukraine, please see these other official government resources:  

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/ukraine-measures.html 

 https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/2022/02/additional-immigration-support-for-those-affected-by-the-situation-in-ukraine.html 

Where Can I Find More Information about Entry/Immigration into Countries Other than the U.S. and Canada?

Please see this website for resources about immigration into Europe: https://ukrainetaskforce.org/public-resources-europe/.

General Resources

  • United for Ukraine
    • Lawyers offering assistance mainly in their personal capacity (link came through EPBI).
  • EuropeanYoung Bar Association (EYBA)
    • Lawyers with expertise in migration law, human rights and refugee law, in the European countries, that are available to give advice for who is in need or to help collate information, on a pro bono basis
  • UA Support
    • Helps refugees from Ukraine fleeing to a variety of countries connect with lawyers offering help and collects legal information on the related issues that can help the refugees find their way when they arrive in a new country.

Resources for Poland

Resources for Hungary

Info for Displaced Ukrainians

  • Asylex Chatbot (en, ua)
    • Information about the asylum options for Ukrainians
  • CMS
    • A guide to refugee immigration and travel requirements
    • Information on key points from a number of CMS jurisdictions.
  • European Union Agency for Asylum (EEAA)
    • Situational update on the war in Ukraine; and outlined the rapid response actions that the European Union and its Member States have taken to provide shelter and temporary protection (4 March 2022)
  • European Young Bar Association (EYBA)
    • Lawyers with expertise in migration law, human rights and refugee law, in the European countries, that are available to give advice for who is in need or to help collate information, on a pro bono basis.
  • Mayer Brown
    • A resource summarizing the policies and requirements for Ukrainian nationals to enter other countries, including special programs set up in the wake of the crisis.
  • United for Ukraine
    • Provides information to people affected by the crisis in Ukraine and facilitates access to humanitarian assistance provided by third parties.
  • Задвиж_ка (ua, ru)
    • Information by country about immigration and refugee law for people on the move from Ukraine.

This site is for general information only. It is not intended to provide legal advice and does not establish an attorney client relationship.

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