To the attention of Ukrainian citizens who arrived in Greece after February 24, 2022. On March 28, the Greek Ministry of Migration and Asylum began (electronically!) registering the date of submission of documents for obtaining temporary asylum status in the country.
After filling out the registration form, you will receive information about the scheduled date of submission (day and time) of documents at the reception point of your choice to the email address you specified (the message may end up in spam!!!).
You can register by link
To submit a request or view saved request data, first click the “Connect” button in the upper right corner. The connection is made by entering a contact e-mail. This email will send you a one-time password (OTP) every time you connect, which you enter in the field on the login screen.
You can include up to 10 family members in your request.
For each family member, you must complete:
- Complete demographic data.
- Type and number of the identity document.
- The level of education and the scope of professional employment.
Also fill in the request:
- Do you have housing problems and is there a support network in Greece.
- The place where you want to register and receive a temporary protection beneficiary’s card. Items:
- ATTICA (Regional Office of the Orphanage of Attica ave. PANAGIOTI KANELLOPULA 2, ATHENS 11527 )
- THESSALONIKI (Regional Office of the Shelter of Thessaloniki st. PONTOU 5, THESSALONIKI 54628 )
- PATRA (Regional Department of the Shelter of Western Greece st. KAPODISTRIOU AND PANAJECOU 92, PATRA 26224 )
- CRETE (Regional Directorate of the Shelter of Crete st. IFESTA AND ELEFTERNIS 1, HERAKLIO 71303 )
When you complete your request, you will be assigned a pick-up date (day and time) of arrival at your selected check-in location and you will be able to receive confirmation to the email address provided. The appointment is common to all participants in the request.
Information on the personal data protection policy of the ministry Here.
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