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Posted by Hans on February 05, 2001 at 05:29:04:

In Reply to: Re: For The Record - Failure to Register is Only posted by JDS on February 05, 2001 at 03:38:36:

documents in English, if I remember you story well. So guys if you just stay friendly but adamant, ther is a chance that you don't have to pay. Signing documents you can not read is to nobody's liking. Hope you don't mind adding this little extra JDS
Howe are things at the moment?


: Dan,

: They fined me for 80 hrn about 3 weeks ago. I didn't have to pay, because I didn't have that amount of grivnja's anymore and they finaly believed me when I told them I didn't know that I had to register.


: : An official fine of 85 Hr. If they try to get more out of you, it is pure extortion.

: : - Dan

: : : I am myself from Zaporozhye, so if you have any questions, feel free to ask. But if you are going to stay in Ukraine for more that 3 days, you will have to get a registration. Ask the person who's invited you about it. He/she should know. If you are going to be staing at hotels all the time, keep all the little papers they give you. One of them is a registration paper.
: : : So if militia man asks you about registration show him the paper with the registration for the whole period of your stay in Ukraine. Otherwise they might make you pay a 200$ fine.

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