Posted by Dan on April 21, 2001 at 14:41:27:
In Reply to: Kiev, Odesa, Yalta an Lyviv (in that order) posted by Mathew on April 21, 2001 at 00:24:18:
If in Kyiv, contact:
Rostik Gavrilov at email@example.com - or -
Dmitri Pugach at firstname.lastname@example.org
If in Lviv, contact:
Yuri Yeleyko at email@example.com - or -
Taras Boychuk at firstname.lastname@example.org
If in Crimea (Yalta) contact:
Eugene Snezhin at email@example.com
If in Odesa, contact:
Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost are variable depending on location - and are determined by these people. I have no interest in their commercial activities.
: How much does it cost for assitance and what is it they can do to speed up process?
: : Mathew,
: : The registration requirement is a throwback to the Soviet period when the government kept close tabs on all foreigners. Actually, Ukrainians must also register at the local OVIR - it is just that they have relatively less hassle doing it only when they decide to move to a different city - or in the old days - were given permission to move to a different city.
: : As to how to do it - the cheapest way (in terms of $$) is to do it yourself at the OVIR office in your locality. It will cost you in the neighborhood of about $10. However, the 'cost' in time and inconvenience may drive you to consider other alternatives. It can take you several hours to several days to complete the registration process. For some, it is a better use of their time to pay someone else to register for them. And yes, you *can* go to a hotel and pay for a night's stay and satisfy the registration requirement.
: : Tell me which city you will stay in - and I can recommend someone that will be able to help you.
: : Enjoy Ukraine!
: : - Dan
: : : I have got my Visa (Tourist) I know I need to register it within three days but what is the process. What is the ceapest method. Do I have to go to the IVIR office or can I just walk into a hotel and ask them to stamp it.
: : : What is the registration for anyway?
: : : Thanksm Tak
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