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Fill out online application

Complete our easy online application and pay with a credit/ debit card.

Receive document via email

Receive document via email

No need to deal with the embassy. We’ll do it for you, so you don’t lose valuable time.

Fly to destination

Fly to destination

Present your passport and the visa document we provide upon entry to your destination.

Ukraine

Offering beautiful natural landscapes, the vibrant capital city Kiev, the stunning seaport Odessa, ornate historical cathedrals, churches and monuments and a rich, eventful and proud history and culture, Ukraine is a nation that’s ever-emerging and popular as a tourist destination in the Europe of the 21st Century. For that reason, its visa system is both robust and attractive for leisure visitors from throughout the world.

Tourist eVisa
Allowing overseas nationals from more than 50 countries to enter Ukraine, this eVisa is for all eligible visitors wanting to travel to Ukraine for tourism purposes. It means they’re able to visit for a total 30 days via one single-entry.
Should you choose FastTrackVisa.com to process your Tourist eVisa for Ukraine, we’ll ensure the application process is as simple and quick as possible. All we’ll need from you is to fill-out your application and supply us with a digital copy of your passport and a digital passport photo of yourself.
Then, once we’ve received your application, we’ll process it and, within 15 business days, email you your eVisa, so you can print it out and present it to an immigration official on your arrival in the country (we’d also urge you to download a back-up copy to a handheld device).

Required Documents To Apply

• A PDF copy of your valid passport (last page of passport)

• a passport photo (in JPG format)

• proof of a booked return airline ticket, proof of travel insurance (of at least €3,000 or equivalent), proof of funds for your stay (such as proof of booked accommodation and dining arrangements, a letter of guarantee from a host to cover all costs of your stay or an agreement for a tourist services voucher)

• payment via a credit/ debit card or PayPal account.

Important Instructions • All overseas visitors must possess a passport valid for six months beyond the date of their arrival (and with one free page for stamping purposes) • at present, due to the ongoing pandemic, all travellers to Ukraine must possess proof of a negative test for Covid-19, dated no more than 72 hours prior to travel, on entry to the country • if you intend to travel to Ukraine with children as a parent/ guardian, a separate Tourist eVisa will need to be applied for and processed for each minor travelling with you • the dates in the copy of your proof of booked accommodation must match the travel dates you submit as part of your application; moreover, on entry to Ukraine, you’re highly likely to be asked to present this proof of booked accommodation, in addition to your passport and eVisa • a Tourist eVisa can be used to enter Ukraine via all border checkpoints • you’re strongly urged to keep a copy of your Ukraine Tourist eVisa on you at all times during your stay • if you’re travelling from a yellow fever-affected country, you’ll be required to present proof of vaccination against the disease.
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Ukraine FAQ

30 days per entry.

As with all countries, the final right to admit you into the country resides with Immigration Officer on arrival into the port of entry.

If you reside in or you’re travelling from a yellow fever-affected country, you’ll be required to present proof of vaccination against the disease.

Whilst the ongoing war in Ukraine is just one of the reasons why people skip Ukraine as a tourist destination, the fact of the matter is that most of the conflict with Russia is localised in the east – the Crimea region. As long as you avoid this area and a few other active war zones, the country can be a beautiful, highly memorable holiday destination. Furthermore, Ukraine can be an extremely beautiful country, especially in the spring and summer, when the forests and countryside bloom with growth.

People in Ukraine speak Ukrainian and Russian, but little English. You may meet some younger people who will know how to offer you directions but this is rarer than other non-English speaking countries. Especially with older generations then, you’ll need to learn some phrases in Ukrainian before your departure. Speaking of languages, Ukraine uses the Cyrillic alphabet, which might take some getting used to. Even so, you need to learn it if you want to be able to read signs. Unlike other countries, the signs are not translated into English.

Odesa is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ukraine. With nearby beaches on the coast of the Black Sea, the nightlife, the fun, and the adventure, Odesa has proven to be a rich modern city full of history and mystery.

The best way to get around Ukraine is by train. It covers the majority of the country’s surface and is cheap to use. One thing that you should keep in mind is that they do not provide food on their night services, which means that you need to hit a supermarket before you get on. If you are looking for a more local way to get around, you can try the marshrutkas, tiny buses that connect the rural area to the urban area. You do not have to buy tickets anywhere. When you get in, the driver will ask you what your destination is, and then you will get a price. Tourists do not really use the marshrutkas, so you may have a lot of curious people around you. Informal taxis are also a popular way of travelling through the country. This is a sort of hitchhiking, but on a more local level. Drivers in Ukraine will stop on the side of the road if you are signalling, and they will take you here and there for a small fee. Salaries are low in Ukraine, so some extra cash is always welcomed.

The cuisine in Ukraine is similar to other areas in Eastern Europe and Russia. The best place to experience it is going to Puzata Khata, otherwise known in Ukraine as Пузата Хата in Cyrillic. You can find some delicious local dishes such as borsch, varenyky, okroshka, kompot, uzvar, and many others. This type of cuisine is found all over Ukraine. It is the Ukrainian version of Burger King, let’s say. Even so, you will like the food.

The people of Ukraine are friendly and hospitable. However, the country is known for its corruption, and whilst most people you encounter are nice, the authorities might not always be. One thing that may come as surprising for you is the behaviour of the officers at the borders. If you go by land, you are in for a ‘treat.’ They often expect a bribe, and they come up with all kinds of excuses not to let you pass. That is usually a sign that they are looking for a handout from you. There were some cases when tourists refused to bribe them, and as a result, the officers turned their car upside down, down to the tires and gas tank. You may not go through something as extreme as that, but if you can, you should try and enter the country by air.

Overall, Ukraine has a lot to offer. It is a country full of history, and the culture is fascinating.

Unfortunately once a visa is issued we will not be able to make any changes. Please contact us if there is a mistake in your application form. There may be a cost to reprocess any changes.

Residents of the following countries are eligible for the Ukraine eVisa:

Australia
Bahamas
Bahrain
Barbados
Belize
Bolivia
Bhutan
Cambodia
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
El Salvador
Fiji
Grenada
Guatemala
Haiti
Honduras
Indonesia
Jamaica
Kiribati
Kuwait
Laos
Malaysia
Maldives
Marshall Islands
Mauritius
Mexico
Micronesia
Myanmar
Nauru
Nepal
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Oman
Palau
Peru
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Samoa
Saudi Arabia
Seychelles
Singapore Solomon Islands
Suriname
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Trinidad and Tobago
Tuvalu
Vanuatu.

The following documentation is needed upon arrival in Ukraine:

Your valid passport

Your printed eVisa

Proof of sufficient funds to cover your cost of stay

Proof of Insurance

Itinerary

Accommodation Information.

Yes there is, specific nationalities will have to apply in advance for tourist and business visas.

The Ukraine Tourist eVisa is an official travel document and is compulsory for tourists who want to visit Ukraine.

The following is required to successfully submit your application:

Valid Passport

Health insurance (up to 30,000 euro coverage)

Proof of sufficient funds to cover the costs of stay

Return airline/transit ticket

Accommodation Information (hotel booking)

Agreement for tourist services (voucher)

Itinerary

This depends on the processing time you have chosen. Please refer to the FastTrackVisa website page for the destination country for more information.

This depends entirely on the processing time you choose. There are three options available:

Standard Processing: 19 Business Days

Rush Processing: 17 Business Days

Super Rush Processing: 15 Business Days

The Ukraine Tourist eVisa is valid for 30 days after arrival. You should know that this is different from most other visas, which become valid as soon as they are issued.

An applicant’s passport should be valid for at least 6 months from the day of entry into Ukraine. There should also be at least one blank page for stamping upon arrival.