NEW PROCEDURE FOR CROSSING THE ADMINISTRATION LINE WITH OCCUPIED CRIMEA FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OLD CAME INTO FORCE TODAY

09.02.2020 | 17:54

Starting from February 9, children from 14 to 16 years old will be able to cross EECP independently if they have a Ukrainian passport (ID card) or International passport and have information about studying at the Unified State Electronic Database on Education, to which the employees of the State Border Guard Service at the EECP will have access.

In addition, children under 16 years old will be able to entry into the Crimea accompanied by only one of their parents. However, until February 19, 2020 the entry to the Crimea will take place exclusively accompanied by two parents or with the notarized consent of the other parent.


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NEW PROCEDURE FOR CROSSING THE ADMINISTRATION LINE WITH OCCUPIED CRIMEA FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS OLD CAME INTO FORCE TODAY

09.02.2020 | 17:54

Starting from February 9, children from 14 to 16 years old will be able to cross EECP independently if they have a Ukrainian passport (ID card) or International passport and have information about studying at the Unified State Electronic Database on Education, to which the employees of the State Border Guard Service at the EECP will have access.

In addition, children under 16 years old will be able to entry into the Crimea accompanied by only one of their parents. However, until February 19, 2020 the entry to the Crimea will take place exclusively accompanied by two parents or with the notarized consent of the other parent.