10 APRIL 2022

Ukraine Info: Applying for Temporary Protection in Malta? 

Info from the International Protection Agency:

Ukrainian Nationals that wish to apply for the Temporary Protection, under the Temporary Protection Directive (2001/55/EC), need to take the following documents to your appointment:

  1. original identification documents (passport, identity card, etc.)
  2. travel documents that show their travel route
  3. original or printed copies of birth certificates of minor children
  4. printed copies (documents cannot be printed at the IPA) of:
  • the first page of their passport – identity card (with the personal detail information/biodata page) and;
  • of the page(s) including the stamp related to entry in the EU and/or the pages with the VISA issued by a EU Member state.

Applicants should write to the IPA to make an appointment instead of just turning up. Appointments may be made by writing to: info.ipa@ipa.gov.mt and/or frontoffice@ipa.gov.mt.

The Malta Refugee Council is also keen to underline anyone in need of in-depth legal information and/or assistance may get in touch with our members.

This is a post of several where the Malta Refugee Council will be giving news and updates on the situation of Ukrainians here and on how they may be protected.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any info you would like to share or if you need any assistance.


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