The following is a list of links we’ve gathered providing useful information for Ukrainians seeking immigration information for the US and other countries. We will try and update periodically as we receive additional links.

Resources and Information for Ukrainian Immigration

General information –

Students in US –

Legal Assistance –,

Refugee processing information –

Ukrainian American Bar Association –

US agencies

Special Refugee Commitment for 100,000 Ukrainians –

Temporary Protected Status for Ukrainians in the US

Greg Siskind’s free TPS screening app –

USCIS special accommodations for Ukrainians (late filings, expedites, etc.)

State Department Announcements –

Local Filing of Form I-130 Petitions Filed by U.S. Citizens on Behalf of Afghan, Ethiopian, and Ukrainian Immediate Relatives Fleeing Conflict (allows for expedited processing of immigrant visas for immediate relatives –

Information for Nationals of Ukraine (general information on special procedures for nonimmigrant visas, immigrant visas, adoptions, Covid, humanitarian parole and refugee processing including transferring cases from Kyiv and consulates accepting Ukrainian cases) –

Announcement of Processing Posts for Visa Applicants from Ukraine (announcement that Ukrainian DV and K-1 cases are being transferred and handled at Frankfurt unless an applicant requests another post) –

Announcement of ending of visa services in Kyiv –

Special State Department Announcements Regarding Adoptions of Ukrainian Children –

Ukraine – Fact Sheet: How You Can Help –—fact-sheet–how-you-can-help.html

Warsaw consulate information for Ukrainians –

Customs and Border Protection

Seeking admission at Mexican border –

United Nations High Commission on Refugees

Information for refugees in Poland –

Information for refugees in Hungary –

Information for refugees in Romania –

Information for refugees in Slovakia –

Information for refugees in the Czech Republic –

Information for refugees in Germany –

Information for refugees in other countries –

Other resources

International Bar Association webinar on how different countries are approaching the refugee crisis (Greg Siskind was a panelist) –

Canadian announcement on Ukrainian refugee program –

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