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Conditions for temporary protection
If you fled Ukraine but do not have Ukrainian citizenship, you may not be covered by the Dutch Temporary Protection Directive. If you are not covered, you can apply for asylum, apply for a regular permit or return to your country of origin.
What you need to know when the IND sends you a letter about the expiration of temporary protection
If you do not have Ukrainian citizenship, the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) will send a letter explaining to you whether you want to start your asylum application. Read more here about the letter from the IND and what to expect.
Here is how to appeal if your right to temporary protection is ending
If you have received a letter from the Immigration and Naturalisation Service (IND) that your temporary protection is going to stop, you can appeal against this. You can get help from a lawyer. The lawyer is independent and is there to help you.
These are your options if you are not entitled to temporary protection
If you have fled Ukraine and are not covered by the Temporary Protection Directive, you have a number of options such as applying for asylum, returning to your country of origin or applying for another residence permit. Read here what you can do.
If you do not have Ukrainian citizenship, DT&V offers a financial contribution for return
If you have fled Ukraine, but do not have Ukrainian citizenship, you can use the remigration support of the Repatriation & Departure Service (DT&V). This financial support allows you to return to your country of origin.