What documents are required to travel abroad with a disabled person?

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What documents are required to travel abroad with a disabled person?

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Traveling outside of Ukraine for men in wartime is a real quest, because not all conscripts can freely cross the border. One of these categories is conscripted men who accompany persons with disabilities abroad.

It is worth noting that during the martial law in Ukraine, citizens with disabilities have the right to travel abroad on an equal basis with all other citizens of Ukraine. However, in order to travel abroad with a disabled person, it is necessary to additionally prepare some documents.

The list of documents varies depending on who will be accompanied by the spouse.

 

We provide an approximate list of documents for traveling abroad with a disabled person

  • Passport of a citizen of Ukraine for traveling abroad both for a conscript and for a person with a disability.
  • A certificate of residence (residence) registration is required if you are accompanying your parents or spouse. At the same time, the place of registration must match. If you cross the border accompanied by a disabled spouse, the joint place of registration is not mandatory.
  • Pension card of a person with a disability. It is worth noting that the certificate itself is required, and not the MSEK certificate on the establishment of a disability group.
  • Documents proving family ties or duly certified copies of such documents. Documents are considered duly certified when they are notarized. Such documents can include a birth certificate or a marriage certificate, depending on who will accompany the conscript.

Assistance of a lawyer

In case of problems with the preparation of documents for traveling abroad with a disabled person during the war, you can seek help from a lawyer. A lawyer will help:

  • To understand the legislation and the procedures for filing documents.
  • Collect the necessary documents.
  • To represent interests in authorities and other institutions.

In case of problems with the preparation of documents for traveling abroad with a disabled person during the war, you can seek help from a lawyer. A lawyer will help you quickly and without problems draw up documents.

Here are some tips for crossing a border with a disabled person during wartime:

  • Be prepared that the border crossing may take longer than usual.
  • It is necessary to have with you all the necessary documents that were collected and executed at the previous stage.

 

Here are some tips for getting help from a lawyer:

  • Find a lawyer who specializes in family law or immigration law.
  • Make sure the lawyer has experience in such cases.
  • Agree with the lawyer on the cost of services.

Getting the help of a lawyer can help you quickly and easily prepare documents for going abroad with a disabled person during wartime.

It is worth remembering that the realization of certain rights depends exclusively on knowledge of legal norms and the ability to apply them in real life.

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