Posted by Jens Nygaard on March 05, 2001 at 14:08:34:
In Reply to: Absolutely . . . posted by Dan on March 05, 2001 at 10:21:42:
Thanks. Very helpful.
: The travel laws in Ukraine allow you to move freely about the country once you have entered - irrespective of the type of visa you have. The registration must be completed within 3 business days of your arrival. Thereafter, you should be within the law to travel wherever you like and you do not have to register again.
: - Dan
: : Hi
: : I'm a Danish guy planning to go to Ukraine in mid-May. O found a girl with B&B in Kiev, and I can use her name on my visa application. My question is: If I get this sort of private visa, can I move around freely, then. My plan is to visit different places in the country. And do I still have to register with OVIR, if I stay more than 3 days in one place.
: : If I get a German all-inclusive holiday to Yalta - can I then with this visa also visit other towns and stay there for some days.
: : Thanks
: : Jens
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