How to read a Ukrainian Visa
- 1) Place of visa issuance (Ottawa, Toronto, etc.).
- 2) Traveler's visa is valid from this date. It reads Day-Month-Year. Thus, visa is valid from December 1, 2002 (not January 12, 2002).
- 3) Visa expiration date. Visa is valid until this date. It reads Day-Month-Year. Thus, visa is valid until June 1, 2003 (not January 6, 2003).
- 4) Visa control number.
- 5) Number of entries:
- Îäíîðàçîâà (1) - single entry visa (one entry only).
- Äâîðàçîâà (2) - double entry visa (two entries only).
- Áàòîðàçîâà (Ì) - multiple entry visa (unrestricted within visa duration).
- 6) Type of visa:
- Ä - Diplomatic;
- C (C-1, C-2, C-3) -Service;
- Á - Business;
- Ë - Rescue service (workers) employees;
- Î - Student visa;
- Í - Scholar visa;
- Ì - Visa for mass media representatives;
- Ð - Religious visa;
- Ã - Humanitarian visa;
- Ê - Cultural and Sport visa;
- Ò - Tourism;
- Ï (Ï-1, Ï-2) - Private visa;
- ²Ì (²Ì-1, ²Ì-2) - Immigration visa;
- ÎÏ -Crew member visa (engaged in transportation);
- ÒÐ (ÒÐ-1, ÒÐ-2) - Transit visa.
- 7) Traveler's last name in Ukrainian and English (as it appears on your passport).
- 8) Traveler's first name in Ukrainian and English (as it appears as on your passport).
- 9) Traveler's passport number.
- 10) Traveler's sex.
- 11) Traveler's date of birth.
- 12) Traveler's nationality.
- 13) Host in Ukraine.