Ukraine Family Scheme, Ukraine Extension Scheme and Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme (Homes for Ukraine): visa data – as of 19 July 2022

Total Ukraine Scheme visa applications received: 194,700

Data is comprised of:

  • Ukraine Family Scheme: 53,700
  • Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme: 141,000

Total Ukraine Scheme visas issued to people: 162,000

Data is comprised of:

  • Ukraine Family Scheme visas: 46,600
  • Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme visas: 115,400

All application outcomes as of 19 July 2022:

Scheme  Visas issuedApplications withdrawnApplications refusedApplications awaiting conclusion
UKR Family Scheme46,600   2,8005003,800
UKR Sponsorship Scheme115,400       2,80040022,300
Totals162,000   5,6001,00026,100

Total arrivals of visa-holders in the UK: 99,700

Data is comprised of:

  • arrivals via Ukraine Family Scheme: 30,500
  • arrivals via Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme: 69,300

Total Ukraine permissions to extend stay in the UK: 15,500

Applications to extend permission to stay in the UK under the Ukraine Family Scheme and Ukraine Extension Scheme, and application outcomes as of 19 July 2022:

Scheme  Applications receivedApplications grantedApplications awaiting conclusion
UKR Family Scheme (in-UK permissions)8,200  6,7001,500
UKR Extension Scheme12,200       8,8003,300
Totals20,400   15,5004,800

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