Foreigners, who invested over USD 100,000 can apply for immigration permit in Ukraine

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Foreigners and stateless persons who have invested over USD 100,000 in enterprises established by them in Ukraine will have the opportunity to apply for an immigration permit in Ukraine, reported local news portal Open4Business.com.

The relevant resolution was adopted by the Cabinet of Ministers at a meeting on Wednesday, an Interfax-Ukraine correspondent said. According to the draft document posted on the government's website, such investments must be confirmed by a certificate from the bank on the receipt of such an amount to the immigrant's investment account and its use for foreign investment in the Ukrainian economy. 

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