Production of biometric documents has risen in Ukraine

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Production of biometric passports and ID-cards has risen in Ukraine

The first production of a passport of a citizen of Ukraine in the form of an ID-card, as before. remains free.

In Ukraine, the cost of manufacturing and processing biometric documents has increased. About this on Saturday, January 1, informs State Migration Service of Ukraine.

“From January 1, 2022, the state enterprise” Polygraphic Plant “Ukraine” due to the increase in prices for raw materials and materials changes the cost of forms of individual biometric documents. In this regard, the total cost of issuing a passport of a citizen of Ukraine in the form of an ID card and a passport of a citizen of Ukraine for traveling abroad will increase, “the department explained.

The cost of making an ID-card will be:

  • within 20 working days – 372 hryvnia, including the cost of administrative services (126 hryvnia) and letterhead (246 hryvnia);

  • up to 10 working days – 498 hryvnia, including the cost of administrative services (252 hryvnia) and letterhead (246 hryvnia).

The first production of a passport of a citizen of Ukraine in the form of an ID-card remains free.

A passport of a citizen of Ukraine for traveling abroad will cost:

  • within 20 working days in 733 hryvnia, including the cost of administrative services (352 hryvnia) and letterhead (381 hryvnia);

  • up to 7 and 3 working days if there are grounds – 1,085 hryvnia, including the cost of administrative services (704 hryvnia) and form (381 hryvnia).

Citizens of Ukraine who paid for administrative services and applied for paperwork before December 31, 2021, will receive documents at the old prices.

The same persons who have paid for administrative services before December 31, but have not yet submitted an application for paperwork, will be able to make an additional payment at the rates in force at the time of submission of the relevant applications.

Recall citizenship of Belarus over the past five months, more than 2300 people who arrived from Ukraine have received.

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