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The U.S. State Department has designated Ukrainian nationals as “homeless nationals.”
Additional Information: There are currently 10 other countries on the Homeless Nationalities list, including Iran, Russia and Venezuela. A full list of counties and their designated immigrant visa processing posts is available here.
BAL Analysis: Visa services in Ukraine are unavailable at this time; Ukrainian visa applicants should follow the State Department’s guidance. BAL will continue to monitor the situation in Ukraine and will provide updates on significant developments.
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