We tell you with what documents men of military age can leave Ukraine during martial law
At the border, some men from Ukraine can only be allowed through with certain documents / Photo: Getty Images, Collage: Today
During martial law in Ukraine, men of military age are prohibited from traveling abroad. However, there are exceptions and some of them may leave the country.
Which of the men can leave, and what documents are needed for this, were told at the Ministry of Social Policy.
List of documents that are the basis for crossing the state border
Therefore, they can cross the border men who are dependent on three or more children under the age of 18. To do this, they need the following documents:
- birth certificates of children;
- certificate of registration of marriage with the mother of children (or a court decision on divorce and a decision of the guardianship and guardianship authority on determining the place of residence of the children with the father, or an agreement between the parents determining the place of residence of the children with the father);
- certificate of parents of a large family.
They also have this right men who are independently raising a child or children under the age of 18. In this case, birth certificates of the children are also required, as well as a death certificate of the mother of the child, or a court decision to deprive her of parental rights, declaring her missing, or a court or guardianship decision to determine the place of residence of the child with the father.
For a guardian, custodian, foster parent or educator father who is supporting an orphan child or a child deprived of parental care, under the age of 18 to cross the border, children’s birth certificates and written approval of the guardianship authority or the regional military administration for departure are also required, indicating the state of the child’s final residence.
Additionally, for these men, you need to have a few more papers, which differ depending on whether they are foster parents, guardians or educators. A list of these papers can be viewed at the link.
Can cross the border parent, guardian, custodian, foster parent, parent-caregiver raising a child with a disability under the age of 18. It should be remembered that a child with a disability can cross the border accompanied by both parents. For this they need:
- birth certificate of the child;
- a certificate confirming the appointment of social assistance, which indicates the category “child with a disability” (or a certificate for receiving social assistance for children with disabilities, an individual rehabilitation program for a child or a medical report on a child with a disability);
- decision to establish guardianship or guardianship;
- written approval of the guardianship and guardianship authority or the regional military administration to leave, indicating the state of the final stay of the child.
Can cross the border a man who is dependent on an adult child with a disability. In this case, you need a birth certificate of the child and a certificate confirming the appropriate status.
Similar documents are needed for the father (adoptive parent), guardian, custodian, foster parent, father-educator raising a child who has certain diseases, but does not have a disability. You can check them out in this document.
Which other men can cross the border
Men with disabilities can leave with a certificate to the inspection report by the medical and social expert commission in the form No 157-1 / o, or a pension certificate, or a certificate of benefits, or a certificate confirming the appropriate status.
You can also leave:
- men who are constantly caring for a sick wife, child, as well as their parents or parents of their wife, who, according to the conclusion of the medical commission of a healthcare institution, need constant outside care;
- having a wife from among persons with disabilities and / or one of their parents or parents of a wife from among persons with disabilities of group I or II;
- trustees of persons with disabilities recognized by the court as incompetent;
- are engaged in constant care for a person with a disability of group I, II group or for a person who, according to the conclusion of the medical commission of a healthcare institution, requires constant outside care, if there are no other persons who can provide such care;
- employees of institutions (boarding houses for the elderly and persons with disabilities, stationary departments of territorial centers of social services (provision of social services), centers for the provision of social services) providing permanent care.
Details on what documents men from these groups need to leave can be found in the document from the Ministry of Social Policy. You can view samples of these papers in it.
Cash assistance for unemployment during the war in Ukraine
Earlier, Segodnya was told that unemployment benefits are provided to citizens of Ukraine who have received the status of unemployed and are appointed by employment centers from the eighth day after the registration of the unemployed on his personal application.
The amount of assistance is determined depending on the insurance period and wages that a person received before. If there is no such data, then the amount is determined on the basis of certificates of wages (monetary security, remuneration under a civil law contract) that the employer issued to the person, the military commissariat where the person was registered, or the military unit where the person served.
Such assistance paid at least twice a month. It is also possible to pay 1 payment per month if the unemployed person agrees.
Who is eligible for unemployed status and how to apply, read the material.
We also wrote what kind of apartments the state will give to IDPs, and what documents are needed to receive compensation for lost housing.
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