CONSULAR ISSUES

The Honorary Consul of Ukraine in Luxembourg has limited powers and cannot issue visas or passports, nor extend passports. For any question of legalization or issuance of documents, Ukrainian citizens are requested to contact the Embassy of Ukraine for Belgium and Luxembourg in Brussels. There are regular sessions in Luxembourg for Ukrainian citizens to consult by appointment.

Consular Sessions for Ukrainian citizens in Luxembourg

For Ukrainian citizens in Luxembourg, the Honorary Consul and the staff of the Consular Section of the Ukrainian Embassy in Belgium offer consular sessions in Luxembourg. Schedule of the staff of the consular section of the Embassy of Ukraine in Belgium

Consular services in Luxembourg for Ukrainian citizens residing or temporarily residing or temporarily staying in Luxembourg in 2024:

  • 26 January (from 10:30 to 18:00 local time);
  • 22 March (from 10:30 to 18:00 local time);
  • 24 May (from 10:30 to 18:00 local time);
  • 19 July (from 10:30 to 18:00 local time);
  • 27 September (from 10:30 to 18:00 local time);
  • 29 November (from 10:30 to 18:00 local time);

Where: Ukrainian Consulate in Luxembourg, 1, Place d'Armes, L-1136 Luxembourg, 5th floor.

Within the framework of the consular services on the spot, citizens of Ukraine will be able to discuss the following issues:

  • extending the validity of a passport;
  • adding information about a child to the parents passports;
  • issuing certificates;
  • notarial acts;
  • registration of acquisition of Ukrainian citizenship by birth;
  • providing advice on consular matters.

To extend the validity of a passport, enter information about a child in a passport, acquire Ukrainian citizenship by birth, certify that a person is alive (for the Pension Fund of Ukraine), order a certificate of non-prosecution, and temporary consular registration:
https://forms.gle/eeiXZZyEKzUemkdn6

To certify a signature on an application for marital status, to certify a signature on an application for acceptance/rejection of inheritance, to certify a signature on an application for a child to travel abroad, to issue a power of attorney, to obtain a certificate of marriage law (coutume), to order a certificate of marital status, to certify that a person is alive (for the Pension Fund of Ukraine):
https://forms.gle/oHv1XFkz1TUeaBq56

Entry regime to Ukraine for EU citizens and foreign citizens

The conditions to enter and stay in Ukraine do not only depend on the length of the planned stay but also on the country of origin of the foreign national who is making the request.

European citizens can enter and transit Ukraine for private or tourist purpose with their valid international passports if their stay does not exceed the duration of 90 days.

To enter Ukraine for reasons of employment, permanent residence, family reunification, study, appointment to diplomatic or consular missions in Ukraine and for other reasons, if the duration of stay in Ukraine exceeds 90 days, an appropriate visa is required.

Check whether you need a visa to enter Ukraine here.