Visa liberalization for Ukraine
Starting from 11th of June 2017, Ukrainian citizen are exempted from the visa requirement when travelling to the Schengen area for a short stay of mot more than 90 days within a 180 day period.
The visa waiver applies only to holders of biometric passports.
The obligation to hold a visa with regard to exercising gainful occupation persists (also for an occupation not exceeding 8 days within a calendar year).
For additional information please refer to the below-given documents:
Frequently asked questions FAQs (PDF, Number of pages 4, 422.5 kB)
Various regulations apply for entering Switzerland. A basic distinction is made between citizens of the European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries and those of other countries. The State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) is the responsible authority in Switzerland.
Since Switzerland’s adherence to the Schengen and Dublin agreements came into force (12 December 2008), Swiss representations abroad are able to issue certain types of visa, depending on the purpose of the intended stay in Switzerland. Please select one of the following options.
Information for citizens of EU and EFTA countries
Citizens of EU and EFTA countries will find information regarding admission requirements and employment on the webpages of the SEM.
SEM – Free Movement of Persons Switzerland – EU/EFTA
SEM – Labour / Work permits