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Mark asks: What is the easiest and safest way to travel from Kiev to Lutsk?
Expert's answer:
The easiest and safest way to travel from Kiev to Lutsk is to go by train, here is the timetable of Kiev-Lutsk trains available. The trip takes about 6-7 hours.
eugene asks: Is there a public russian banya at Pochaev?
Expert's answer:
Unfortunately I haven't found any information about a public russian banya in Pochaev.
Lativa Kaboush asks: I have lived in Ukraine for 5 years as a medical student, student visa. Am I eligible of citizenship?
Expert's answer:
You should check the site of Ukrainian Migration Service to get the latest info about obtaining Ukrainian citizenship.
Vincent asks: I want to study llb law in Ukraine, how much do universities charge for tuition for llb students in Ukraine?
Expert's answer:
Here are the most popular universties in Ukraine offering educational services in the field of law and the annual cost of tuition in 2015: National University of Kyiv (35,000 UAH or about 1,400 USD), Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (32,000 UAH or 1,300 USD), Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (22,400 UAH or 900 USD), Odessa Law Academy (19,310 UAH or 770 USD).
Sergei asks: My passport has expired. I live in UK but have Ukrainian passport. Where or what do I do?
Expert's answer:
You should contact the embassy of Ukraine in the UK.
jsaldana asks: my wifes ukrainian passport has expired as we are married she now has my last name. can she get a ukrainian pasport in the us?
Expert's answer:
You should contact the embassy of Ukraine in the US.
Oksana asks: My father is Ukrainian citizen and he would like to renew his passport to be able to travel abroad however he has no registered place of residence in Ukraine. Is it possible for him to renew the passport without registered place of residence.
Expert's answer:
You should contact Ukrainian Migration Service to get the latest info about this issue. You can use the following service to translate sites.
Guiliano asks: I am married to a Ukrainian girl. We were married in Hong Kong and our marriage certificate had an apostile for Ukrainian authority. Do I need a VISA? (Philippine passport).
Expert's answer:
You still need to get a Ukrainian visa but you can use your certificate of marriage to obtain a long-term visa. The functions of the Ukrainian Embassy in the Philippines are performed by the embassy of Ukraine to Japan. Try to contact them for more information.
Jim asks: Hi, I plan to visit some cities in Ukraine this summer. Is there any safety regulation, recommendation to visit Mariupol? Is safe to visit? Thank you so much!
Expert's answer:
It is relatively safe to visit Mariupol at the moment, just follow the news from the region in case something changes. It is not recommended to visit parts of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions (including the cities of Donetsk and Lugansk) that are not under control of Ukrainian officials.
Lily asks: My cousin is a Ukrainian citizen who currently lives in America for a little under one year. He is waiting to receive a green card. Will he have any issues acquiring a Ukrainian travel passport and traveling out of America?
Expert's answer:
You should contact the embassy of Ukraine to the US to get the latest official info about this issue.

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