Extension of residence permits for Ukrainians
Продовження терміну дії посвідки на проживання на підставі масового виїзду The Minister of Justice has decided to extend the period of validity of Article 44 of the Aliens Act, on collective protection cause of mass emigration from Ukraine, due to Russia’s invasion. The extension is valid until March 2, 2025. Each and every one need to get their photo taken in order to get the permit extended. Below you find further information about the permit extension: Ukrainian: Продовження терміну дії посвідки на проживання на підставі масового виїзду Icelandic: Framlenging dvalarleyfa vegna fjöldaflótta
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Events and services by the Reykjavík City Library this spring
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