The author posted a question in Travel, Tourism
If we fly to Ukraine now will he be okay there? and got a better answer
Response from Антон Владимирович[+++++]
It'll come back fine. Nothing will happen. The military registration and enlistment office in Ukraine never receives information about the fact that a person crossed the border, so no one there will ever know that he flew back. So go, don't be afraid, everything will be alright, you will stay in your home country and calmly come back?
He'll come back all right. Nothing will happen. The military registration and enlistment office in Ukraine does not receive information about the fact that a person crossed the border, so no one there will know that he flew in. So go, do not be afraid, everything will be fine, you will stay in your home country and you will calmly come back.
I think no one on the planet will give you an answer. This is an extremely unstable country.
Of course it will! Go
He will serve in ATO and will come back.
Is draft evasion a crime in Ukraine? If it is a crime, he will be imprisoned.
He will go to Donbass. You're at war.
Don't forget that civilian planes are shot down over Ukraine.
If he still has Ukrainian citizenship, he may be enlisted in the army.
Ukrainian citizenship remains? The answer is unambiguously yes! Criminal Code of Ukraine Article 335. Evasion of conscription: - shall be punished by restraint of liberty for the term up to three years. Article 336. Evasion of conscription upon mobilization: - shall be punishable by imprisonment for a term of two to five years. Article 337. Evasion of military registration or special collections: 1. Evasion of a person liable for conscription from military registration after a warning issued by the relevant military registration office is punishable by a fine of up to 850 UAH or correctional labor for up to two years, or arrest for up to six months. 2. Evasion of a person liable for military service from training or verification or special training is punishable by a fine of up to UAH 1190 or arrest for up to six months. The time limits are now being imposed in the Nenka, which is a piece of cake. You fly to the place, and you are already under the arms and to the detention center. The minimum of six months of proceedings with a stay in the detention center is guaranteed. It's not even a guess. And for five thousand dollars, you will fly in for lawyers, transfers and other things. And from half a year to two years on probation, as if there was no way out, and that's in the best-case scenario. And as a result, it will be VERY hard to go to Europe again with a criminal record. Sorry for the harshness, but you'd have to be a complete moron like your husband to go back now.