Ukraine-Russia and Immigration: What You Need to Know

May 18, 2022


Ukraine-Russia and Immigration: What You Need to Know

As the situation in Ukraine escalates, so too does the emerging immigration crisis for individuals fleeing the country and employers working to ensure the safety of employees and their families. Newland Chase has produced a number of resources that you can access here:

Webinars

On-Demand Webinar | Ukraine and Russia: Mobility and Immigration Impacts (11 March 2022)

During this 30-minute live webinar, our panelists provide updates on immigration options for Ukrainian nationals and third-country nationals exiting Ukraine, a spotlight on the UK (immigration options for Ukrainian nationals outside of the UK), restrictions on Russian/Belarussian nationals and impact on businesses with operations in Ukraine.

On-Demand Webinar | Ukraine and Russia: Mobility and Immigration Impacts (4 March 2022)

This 30-minute live webinar covers immigration situation for Ukrainian nationals, immigration situation for third-country nationals legally resident in Ukraine trying to flee the conflict, impact on Russian nationals and impact on businesses with operations in Ukraine including remote work hubs.

Immigration Alerts and Updates

EU Adopts Temporary Protection Directive for Ukrainian Citizens, Initial Information Announced

In-Depth Alerts: United Kingdom Immigration Updates  

EU Issues Operational Guidelines for Temporary Protection Directive (TPD) (2001/55/EC)

Visa and Immigration Update

Newland Chase will provide a briefing that covers the following topics:

  • Any pertinent major updates and possible upcoming trends.
  • Overview of visa and immigration options for Ukrainian citizens and residents exiting the country – this will include individual country immigration concessions for refugees and updates on the possibility of remote work (where known/announced).
  • Overview of visa and immigration changes for Russian citizens.

 

View Briefing

 

Of course, the situation in Ukraine and throughout the region remains unpredictable and is constantly changing. Newland Chase teams throughout the world are closely tracking the crisis and organizing immigration strategies for affected clients, their employees, and their families. We also strongly recommend that multinational companies in Ukraine and throughout the region continue to monitor this page for updates, as well as official government websites and immigration alerts from reputable sources.

The safety and wellbeing of employees and their families remains the primary focus for Newland Chase and all those involved in coordinating departures from Ukraine and further travel into other countries. We continue to send our thoughts to all those affected by this crisis and hope that you, your loved ones, and your work teams remain safe.

View our Ukraine-Russia briefing, which gathers together pertinent major updates and possible upcoming trends, an overview of visa and immigration options for Ukrainian citizens and residents exiting the country, and visa and immigration changes for Russian citizens. Updated as new information is released.