The Consular Office of the Embassy of Ukraine can provide assistance to distressed Ukrainians who seek repatriation of deceased family members.
In the case that you obtain information about the death/perish of a Ukrainian national within the consular district please contact our Office - (202) 349- 2949, 349-2920, or send information to our fax: (202) 333 -7510.
Please be advised that we need not only the name, but also personal data of the deceased Ukrainian such as the copy of his/her ID (if possible Ukrainian passport) or any available information concerning his/her place of final residency in Ukraine and that of his/her relatives.
After receiving the information, the Consular Office will immediately inform relatives in Ukraine or the Ministry of Foreign Affaires of Ukraine so that they may establish contact with existing family members in Ukraine. With the consent of the existing family members, we are ready to assist in compliance with the Ukrainian law regarding repatriation of the body.
All other questions should be addressed to the funeral homes themselves.
In accordance with the Article 22 of the Law of Ukraine on funeral and burial services for the shipment of the remains to Ukraine, the following documents must be provided:
The deceased's ID, passport or seamen document.
Authenticated death certificate (section "Documents authentication").
Non-communication disease document.
Permission from local cemetery in Ukraine.
Schedule of shipment.
All above-mentioned documents are to be authenticated (Apostil) by proper Secretary of State Office as well as be attached to the casket so that it may pass through customs and border control in Ukraine.
In order to receive further instructions on the aforesaid please contact the consul direct on 202 349 2949.
Please, be advised that these provisions are subject to change without prior notification.
Pursuant to Article 195 of the Code of Laws on Marriage and Family of Ukraine, a Ukrainian citizen, or a citizen of a foreign state, can enter into a marriage with a foreign national on the territory of Ukraine on a general basis, i.e. in compliance with the terms of Articles 15 and 17 of the Code of Laws on Marriage and Family of Ukraine.
The Ukrainian civil marriage process can take several weeks to several months. If you are marrying another American, or a third-country national, Ukrainian authorities require that one of the parties be present in Ukraine - for an unspecified period of several months - before they can register their marriage in Ukraine.
To marry a Ukrainian citizen, a U.S. citizen should follow these step-by-step instructions.
If you have been married before, please make sure that you have the original divorce decree or death certificate properly authenticated in the U.S.
Since Ukraine acceded to the 1961 Hague Convention abolishing Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents, the U.S. documents destined for use in Ukraine should be certified by one of the officials in the jurisdiction in which the document has been executed. Said official must have been designated as competent to issue certifications by "apostille" (usually in the office of the State Secretary of State of his/her counterpart).
Fill out a Letter of Non-Impediment to Marriage ("marriage letter") at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv.
This form (in English and Ukrainian) contains basic information and is a sworn statement that you are not currently married. It must be signed only in the presence of a Consular Officer and, as for a notarial service, there is a fee of $30. At the same time you can obtain the forms and instructions necessary for filing an immigration petition with the Embassy or at your local INS office in the U.S.
Authenticate the "Letter" at the Legalization Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine , located in Kyiv at 2 Velyka Zhytomyrska, tel: 238-1815, 253-1266, 212-8392, 238-1669, any working day of the week except Thursday from 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (accepting documents) and 4:00 p.m. - 5.30 p.m. (returning documents).
The application fee is 8 Hryvnas for each document. The legalization fee is 8.50 Hryvnas (about $1.5) for Ukrainian citizens, 17 Hrivnas (about $3) for foreign citizens and 85 Hrivnas (about $16) for legal entities per document for next-day service. For one-day expediting service one has to pay a double fee. The fee must be paid to account 141924 of the National Bank of Ukraine in any neighborhood.
Obtain a certified translation of the data page of your passport, any annulment decrees, divorce decrees or death certificates of your former spouse(s) (if you were previously married), and the letter of non-impediment to marriage.
To arrange for your marriage, take all the documents, including your original passport (with a translation), the authenticated original death or divorce decree (if any) (with translation), and the authenticated Letter of Non-Impediment to Marriage, with translation to RAGS - the civil registrar's office in the hometown of your fiance(e).
The Central RAGS in Kyiv is located at 11 Prospekt Peremogy, tel: 236-0071. The person who deals with marriages to foreigners can be reached at 236-0243 or 236-0147.
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