Important information on entry and residence for people fleeing Ukraine
The Russian invasion of Ukraine forces many people to flee Ukraine. Here you will find information on the situation at the borders and on entering/staying in Germany for Ukrainian citizens and people of other nationalities who have lived in Ukraine. Ukrainians already in Germany can also find reliable and up-to-date information here.
We are striving to provide answers to all questions. As soon as we have news, we will inform you immediately here and on Facebook.
Looking for counselling by phone? Then call the Particip.ai hotline. The staff speak Ukrainian, Russian and English and will provide you with all the essential information free of charge. You can reach the hotline Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on 0800 5052400. The call is free.
You probably have many more questions about your life in Germany: your stay, looking for an flat, dealing with authorities, or seeking financial aid from the state. Or maybe you are looking for medical care and psychological support. Or need more information about daycare, school, or work.
You often cannot find a proper answer on Facebook, Youtube, and Telegram because information tends to be pretty imprecise and confusing on social media channels. Or you may get misguiding answers in some social media groups.
That's why we created our community platform, „Together in Germany". There, you will find reliable and verified answers to all your questions from our moderators. You can also exchange ideas with other people seeking advice and receive support from various organizations. We will not leave you alone with complex, challenging questions.
The platform is free and available in German, Ukrainian, Arabic, Farsi/Dari, English, Turkish, French, and Russian.
You can easily register at together-in-germany.de. All you need is an email address or a profile on Facebook, Google, or Twitter. Simply click on the icon at the top right or on the "Register" button. You can immediately start seeking information and asking questions after registration.