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Posted by Hans on August 19, 2001 at 13:23:53:

In Reply to: emergency visa possible? posted by Stephen on August 19, 2001 at 09:41:55:

Dear Stephen,

Go to these sites
Consulate general in New York
http://www.brama.com/ua-consulate/visa.htm#VisaFees
There you see that you can get "same or next business day" a visa. Of course it is expensive and getting your stuff there may be difficult because one does not life in the vicinity.

Embassy of Ukraine in Washington DC
http://www.ukremb.com/
Click on Consular Information and a dropdown menu opens itself.
Click on visa requirements and you are there. her you can get it in three business days.

Pity that you don't live in The Netherlands. here we can have an urgent visa in 6 hours!

Sincerely,
Hans
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: My fiance is from the Ukraine and her father just recently passed away and they are going through all the rituals involved in that. After she comes here and we get married and all that, is it possible for us to get a visa very quickly, like in a day or two, so that we can travel back there for such things as other family members deaths and the like? Thanks for any help with this.




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