Posted by Hans on December 30, 2000 at 11:09:51:
In Reply to: visa-invitation posted by G.R. on December 29, 2000 at 20:18:24:
the differences to G.R., between a P(rivate)I and a P-II visa. You told me, but at the moment it escapes my mind.
By the way G.R. register! It is in my opinion a minor hassle. If you don't do it, you will/can be fined when leaving the country. Of course you can have it done for you.
Also do not loose one of your entry documents! It looks like a piece of advertising. The format is an A5 piece of glossy paper. On the backside there is one big advertisemnt for Mastercard. On the other side half of the paper again is an ad for, if I remeber it well, Lufthansa.
The remaining part is an official document. It is hard to read, because the printer they used when I entered did not make a good print. However it clearly states in big red letters "ATTENTION, this is an official document".
It is easy to be mistaken for some advertising to be thrown away. But for registering you will need it. On exiting Ukraine they will ask for it.
Furthermore use the search function here on this board, but remember that the visa regulations were changed in May this year, so older posts are perhaps no so relevant anymore.
By personal experience I can say that Rostick is a very good commited guide, who will go out of his way to make your stay worthwhile.
Furthermore R.J. Tomkins also gives excellent advice.
Good Luck and happy New Year!
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