Ukraine Resources

Resources for U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents in Ukraine

As the situation in Ukraine develops, Senator Ossoff is focused on ensuring the safety of U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents and their family members.

Senator Ossoff and his team are working directly with the State Department and other relevant agencies to process requests and have compiled State Department resources and guidance below. Should Georgians need assistance on behalf of eligible family members who are U.S. Citizens and/or Lawful Permanent Residents in Ukraine, please contact our office requesting casework assistance. Additionally, see guidance and resources from the State Department below.

This page was last updated February 25, 2022.

State Department Resources: 

  • U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents of the United States and their eligible family members seeking emergency assistance from the State Department should fill out this form:
  • Resources from the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine, including emergency assistance information and all latest updates:
Per State Department guidance, U.S. citizens may seek consular services, including requests for repatriation loans, passport, and visa services, at embassies and consulates located in neighboring countries:


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