Ukraine To Introduce Biometric Controls To Foreign Nationals

September 2, 2017, Written by

Procedures To Start January 1st, 2018


Ukraine To Introduce Biometric Controls To Foreign Nationals

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree to establish biometric controls for all foreign nationals entering the country stating January 1, 2018.




The government in Kyiv is also revising its immigration risk classification for certain nations, including the Russian Federation. Poroshenko gave officials one month to develop a plan to implement the procedures.

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