How to apply for a Ukraine Visa extension?
Documents required for Ukraine Visa extension
The following items must be submitted in addition to the application and "valid grounds" supporting documentation by both the applicant and the receiving party (the person or organisation that extended the invitation to visit Ukraine).
Reasons for extending Ukraine visa
Visa-free and visa-required visitors to Ukraine can both extend their stays if they need more time in the country. If you need to extend your visa, you need to do so at least three but no more than ten working days before your current visa expires by applying to the local bodies of the State Migration Service of Ukraine.
The procedure differs substantially depending on the sort of visa you possess. Some key distinctions are as follows.
Extending visa for short stay (even if they are not required to have one):
Illness, pregnancy, and childbirth are acceptable reasons, as are caring for an ill family member, settling an inheritance, applying for immigration to Ukraine or Ukrainian citizenship, and working as a foreign correspondent.
Your stay can be extended for up to 180 days if more time is required to sort things out.
Extending Transit visa:
Forced stays in Ukraine following a natural disaster, illness, or auto repair are all acceptable reasons.
You may remain for as long as is required to address the issue.
Extending a visa for a long time:
Late receipt of a residence permit, whether permanent or temporary, is a valid reason.
Up to one month can be added to your stay.
How does the visa extension process for Ukraine work?