Ukraine Family Scheme – now available to apply from inside the UK

It is now possible to apply for a family visa under the Ukraine Family Scheme from inside the UK.

For that you must apply online for the Ukraine Family Scheme by the following link: https://apply.visas-immigration.service.gov.uk/product/ukraine-scheme?_ga=2.174465826.184449414.1646645704-199880377.1626361932.

You will then book and attend an appointment at UK Visa and Citizenship Application Services (UKVCAS) service point located in the UK.

You will need to give your fingerprints and a photograph (biometric information) at a UKVCAS service point – this is to get a biometric residence permit.

Children under the age of 5 will not have their fingerprints taken but will still need to attend the UKVCAS and have a digital photograph taken.

Some services at UKVCAS service points have a fee.

You do not need to use these services, such as document scanning, to complete your application and you should not pay for them in advance.

If you need to use of any of these services at a UKVCAS service point during your appointment, you will not need to pay a fee for them.

How long it takes

The Home Office will prioritise your application and aim to make a decision as quickly as possible. The Home Office will get in touch when a decision has been made.

Please note that all other requirements, including eligibility requirements, remain the same as they already exist for those applying for a family visa under the Ukraine Family Scheme from abroad.

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