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PR based on Children.
« on: 21:14 15-Aug-2017 »
Hi,

Has anyone here applied for PR based on their child being a Ukrainian citizen. Most of the posts I have gone thru are based on PR based on marriage.

Both my wife and daughter are citizens of Ukraine.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #1 on: 22:14 15-Aug-2017 »

Family reunification is basis for permanent residency.

They have a visa law office here (link on home page, I believe).
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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #2 on: 15:51 16-Aug-2017 »
Went to the OVIR and they said I need to have a proof of my residency in UAE. They want something like a drivers license which has an address on it. Now that's my problem the driver license or the national ID do not have the address.

Does anyone  have any idea or experience with this sort of document.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #3 on: 18:56 16-Aug-2017 »
I got PR based on my child being Ukrainian - we were not yet married as my divorce hadn't come though.

All went well for us

... the address bit you are hung up on is the same for all TRP and PR applications. They need an address in your home country so they have somewhere to deport you to if your application is unsuccessful.... yes, I am being serious.  This is a soviet hangover.... 8)
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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #4 on: 20:11 16-Aug-2017 »
I got PR based on my child being Ukrainian - we were not yet married as my divorce hadn't come though.

All went well for us

... the address bit you are hung up on is the same for all TRP and PR applications. They need an address in your home country so they have somewhere to deport you to if your application is unsuccessful.... yes, I am being serious.  This is a soviet hangover.... 8)

My home country is different from my country of residence. If home country is what is required then our ID does have it. What the OVIR said is they need my UAE address. Can you pls explain what sort of legalization or nortary is required for this document.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #5 on: 04:22 17-Aug-2017 »
I got PR based on my child being Ukrainian - we were not yet married as my divorce hadn't come though.

All went well for us

... the address bit you are hung up on is the same for all TRP and PR applications. They need an address in your home country so they have somewhere to deport you to if your application is unsuccessful.... yes, I am being serious.  This is a soviet hangover.... 8)

My home country is different from my country of residence. If home country is what is required then our ID does have it. What the OVIR said is they need my UAE address. Can you pls explain what sort of legalization or nortary is required for this document.

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Driver's License or Passport from UAE...translated into Ukrainian and notarized. Ask OVIR what TYPE of document they want to see.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #6 on: 09:40 17-Aug-2017 »
My home country is different from my country of residence. If home country is what is required then our ID does have it. What the OVIR said is they need my UAE address. Can you pls explain what sort of legalization or nortary is required for this document.

My guess is you told them you had permanent residence in UAE and entered your address from there in some forms (perhaps when applying for TRP), so now they want your proof of address from there rather than your home country? In that case I'd just tell them you're no longer a resident of UAE and you went back to your home country then came to Ukraine, so they should just accept your proof of address from your native country since that is your permanent address (provide notarized translation of your ID for that).

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #7 on: 11:55 17-Aug-2017 »
The alternative is a visit to a UAE Consulate to get an Affidavit attesting to your address in UAE.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #8 on: 14:38 17-Aug-2017 »
Thanks Guys.
 
Spoke to the lady in another OVIR and she said my translated passport copy will suffice :) as it has my permanent address.

Have submitted the application for police clearance, that should take till about Wednesday. Also have to get the translation of my child's birth certificate, this will also take about Monday as it has both English and Arabic on it.

Looks like almost all docs are ready. Will update you all once I submit the PR application at the OVIR.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #9 on: 19:57 22-Aug-2017 »
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....Will update you all once I submit the PR application at the OVIR.

Imran.

Finally submitted all the docs. Like with most of the members, wife did most of the talking. The lady at the OVIR said it would take about 2-3 months for the process. When wife asked her she said I would have to come back later and get some sort of registration done with regards to the house where wife and her mom and dad are registered.

So here's a summary of the docs I had to submit.
- Application form [ the OVIR lady filled on her PC]
- My passport translated and notarized/legalized [Also serves as an address proof]
- My child's birth certificate translated and notarized/legalized.
- Form #3 from Zhek
- Police Clearance certificate.
- Wife, Wife's Mom and Dad's Ukraine passport due to the home registration [propiska]under their names. They all were present and signed the domestic passport copies and wrote sort off a no objection statement that I can stay in their home.
- I had to write all the names of my blood relations which she used to fill up the form. This had to mention the date of birth and the city and county they are currently residing.
- Payment slip [ amount 179.74] for application.
- 8 photos, 3.5 x 4.5 Matt paper.
- Full copy of my passport. I mean all pages with all my visas and blank pages[ Thought it was strange and tried to question but wife told me shut up 🤐 and she went and got all the pages photocopied]


The lady took my Mil's number and would call her once it's ready. She told my wife that I would have to come back and collect the booklet then go and register my name under the home propiska submitted.

I didn't expect I would have been able to complete this task but am glad it's submitted, will wait for their decision and hopefully they will not reject.

Would like to thank all the members here for their help and posts . Hope my experience and info helps other members.



Imran.









« Last Edit: 19:59 22-Aug-2017 by stockplayer »

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #10 on: 13:53 23-Aug-2017 »
Super!

If PR is anything like TRP, you'll have 10 days after issuance to visit your district's ZHEK (think housing authority) office to register you at an address. 

Everyone registered at that address must also go to ZHEK and sign an agreement for you to be registered there.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #11 on: 06:39 28-Jul-2018 »
Hi Guys,

Update on my PRP...

Got the approval last year and it took almost 3 months. The approval is for a year and just came to Ukraine last week on a Visa D01 which is specifically for Immigration purposes. Went to the OVIR and submitted the documents. The same lady officer we met last year took the application and said we need to contact another office this week. She mentioned there is some change in laws and it may take more than the normal 1 week. Hopefully it gets done before that cuz I have to leave soon.

Will update as soon as I have feedback. Appreciate if you guys have any new information on PRP changes.

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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #12 on: 17:29 31-Jul-2018 »
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- Payment slip [ amount 179.74] for application.


Hi Imran,

To make the payment in the bank, what did you need? My wife did the payment but today they called and said it needed to be in my name however with the wife paying we had to get her ID number...Woman from the PR application said the person in the bank will know what to do...in my small town this is never the case!


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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #13 on: 19:16 02-Aug-2018 »
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- Payment slip [ amount 179.74] for application.


Hi Imran,

To make the payment in the bank, what did you need? My wife did the payment but today they called and said it needed to be in my name however with the wife paying we had to get her ID number...Woman from the PR application said the person in the bank will know what to do...in my small town this is never the case!

These are slips or forms provided by the OVIR personnel and we simply have to go to the bank and make the payment providing them these slips. The lady in the bank asked for my name spelled in Ukrainian so yes it should be in your name  and then took the payment of 350 Hrynvnias 


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Re: PR based on Children.
« Reply #14 on: 13:31 03-Aug-2018 »
Ok guys finally got my PRP card today, feels good after all the hard work and running around to get the right paper work in place.

A BIG Thanks to this forum for all the  useful information.

The final step today was to go to the Immigration Office where all my documents were sent by the OVIR and they took my passport and made me sign couple of forms. They asked me to come back after 2 hours. I went back to the office and it was ready. From here I had to go to the Home registration office [Propiska] with my in-laws. Few forums had to be filled which was done by my wife and all the registered ppl of the home had to be present. I had to sign one form and the lady officer stamped my PRP with the address.

The PRP card is a booklet and not the electronic one, as Mykolayiv still does not have the electronic cards yet and the validity is for 10 years which is stamped at the back of the card.

Hope this information will help those who are still in the process of getting their PRP.


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