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From September 1, the countdown of days of visa-free stay in Germany will begin for Ukrainians. Before the end of the 90-day period, they must apply for registration under paragraph 24 of AufenthG.
The German authorities have published changes to the rules for the stay of Ukrainian refugees in the country. Until August 31, all Ukrainian citizens who fled the war can stay on the territory of Germany without taking into account visa-free days with the EU, and from September 1, the countdown of visa-free days begins from the day they enter Germany.
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Until August 31, Ukrainians have the right to enter Germany, regardless of the number of days they stay in the EU and the presence of deportation. Also, staying in the country until the end of summer is possible without registration.
However, from September 1, the time spent in the country begins to be counted – all days starting from February 24, 2022 will be counted. If citizens of Ukraine have already used the 90 days of the German visa-free regime, they must either apply for temporary protection before September 1, or leave Germany for three months. In any case, Ukrainians are required to apply for registration under paragraph 24 of the AufenthG before the expiration of 90 days, if this date lies between September 1 and December 1.
Temporary protection after 31 August
Registration in Germany is possible for the entire duration of the war, while after the end of the 90-day period of visa-free stay, Ukrainians will have to leave the country for 90 days in order to be able to enter it again.
The European Union has introduced new benefits for Ukrainian drivers. From July 23 this year, in case of loss of rights, you can get a temporary document without passing exams.