• 18/06/2024 21:45

Poland extended temporary protection for Ukrainians

The temporary protection mechanism, launched by an executive decision of the Council of the European Union in March 2022, initially for one year, was extended for another year until March 4, 2025. This was reported by the press service of the Polish government, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

Poland has extended temporary protection for Ukrainians

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“Persons who have received a certificate of temporary protection from the Office for Foreigners valid until March 4, 2023, September 4, 2023 or March 4, 2024 do not need to apply for new documents. These certificates will be valid until March 4, 2025,” the message says.

The regulations do not provide a legal basis for replacing already issued certificates in connection with the continuation of temporary protection. The documents contain a corresponding note regarding the extension of their validity period by force of law.

Therefore, foreigners who have already received certificates can continue to use them as residence documents confirming their legal status.

Let us recall

The Ministry of Finance wrote that in the Czech Republic, from January 1, they increased payments for housing for vulnerable persons with temporary protection. The increase in funding will concern more than 60 thousand Ukrainian refugees.


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