UK authorities revised visa rules for Ukrainians
The government revised the rules only for those teenagers who have already applied for a visa.
The UK is ready to accept underage migrants from Ukraine, even if they have applied to enter the country without parents or other adult relatives. This is reported air force.
It is noted that the government revised the rules only for those teenagers who have already applied for a visa. To ensure their safety, they will only be able to live with the families of their relatives or people who are well acquainted with their parents.
In exceptional cases, minors will be able to live with a sponsor with whom they have not previously known, but then thorough security checks and special approval from the government and local authorities will be required.
According to the official representative of the British government, the Foreign Ministry is studying the possibility of extending the “House for Ukraine” scheme to those minor Ukrainians who have not yet applied for entry.
Recall that the UK government has created a guide for Ukrainian citizens arriving in the country.
Earlier it was reported that more than 600 families from Ukraine who found temporary shelter in England during the war were either recognized as homeless or were in danger of becoming so.