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Posted by Dan on April 06, 2004 at 01:14:41:

In Reply to: PMZh not needed to leave Ukraine posted by Dan on April 05, 2004 at 11:28:38:

Your singular experience does NOT make it the rule.

In fact, I am pretty sure that if you investigate Ukrainian law, you will quickly find that propyska laws remain in effect and MAY be enforced when a Ukrainian citizen takes up residence abroad.

The story you recount sounds like you were merely departing on an Immigfration visa, but your wife does not yet have US Permanent Resident status. It is quite possible that is why she had no difficulty.

In any case, please be cautious about announcing wholesale changes in Ukrainian legislation based on a singular personal experience - albeit a positive experience.

- Dan

: This letter is for Ukrainian spouses of Americans leaving Ukraine. You DO NOT need at PMZh stamp to leave Ukraine on an immigrant visa to the USA.

: Also, if you have a US citizen child in the mother's Ukrainian passport, she DOES NOT need an 'exit visa' in her US passport.

: We left from Borispyl on March 28 and arrived in Chicago on the same day. No problems.




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