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Experts of joint - stock company «National Advocacy Company», provide with professional services on international law and European Union law. Legal services of international sphere of activities include international direction:

  • visa support;
  • Registration / Incorporation
  • Investment in real estate and companies
  • Legalization of permission to stay and labor permit
  • Assistance in receiving citizenship
  • Investment projects and investment security
  • provision of consulting services on International Law and Law of European Union

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List of required documents for obtaining Schengen Visa

  1. Foreign passport in the original and copies of all pages (copy of the second foreign passport, if applicable);
  2. Copies of all pages of Ukrainian passport and the original document while filing;
  3. 2 Photos - 3.5, x 4,5 (80% of face). (It is important to say photographer that photos are for Schengen visa);
  4. Testimonial of employment in original, indicating the date of employment, position and salary for 6 months;
  5. Original of the Certificate from the bank with the information on the current or card account balance for;
  6. A copy of marriage certificate or divorce papers, in conformity with Ukrainian passport;
  7. Copies of documents certificated ownership for a car, apartment, house, land plot (one of them);
  8. Invitation letter, formalized as required, including individual peculiarities of the country, of private person or firm/company.

* MIND YOUR EYE! This is not an exhaustive list of documents. Depending on the country and your personal circumstances, it can change. In any way, you can call and specify the information.

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Official language:

- Greek;


- Athens;

Largest city:

- Thessaloniki, Patras, Volos;

Political system:

- Parliamentary republic;


- Karolos Papoulias;


- 131 990 km²;


- 11,305,118 people;

Administrative division:

- Greece consists of 13 administrative regions, nine of them are located on the mainland, and the rest 3 are insular;


- Greece consists of 13 administrative regions, nine of them are located on the mainland, and the rest 3 are insular;


- The climate of the country is subtropical, Mediterranean, with hot and dry summers and mild rainy winters. There are 300-310 sunny days during the year. The average temperature in January is 4-12 ° C, in July is 25-27 ° C. Precipitation in the plains is 400-700 mm, in the mountains is up to 1 500 mm per year;

Time zone:

- UTC + 2, in summer UTC + 3;


- The Greek Constitution recognizes the Orthodox Church as the dominant religion in the country, while guaranteeing freedom of religion for all citizens. The Greek Government does not keep official statistics on the religious affiliation of its citizens;


- The Euro.
  • There is, really, a lot of sun in Greece. If you look at the city from above, you will see that the roofs are chocked up with solar panels and silver tanks. It is a good way to save energy. In this stream of ultraviolet radiation, the Greeks do not wear hats.
  • Greece is washed by five seas: Aegean, Mediterranean, Ionian, Cretan and Thracian. It is interesting that the Thracian Sea is a part of the Aegean Sea and Cretan Sea is a part of Mediterranean.
  • In 2010, the government of Greece announced the gradual introduction of radical reforms in education, worked out to promote openness and internationalization of higher education, extend further opportunities for pupil and student self-government.
  • Contemporary Greek cookery makes wide use of olive oil, vegetables, herbs and Greek wine; typical ingredients are lamb and pork, olives, cheese, eggplant, tomatoes and yogurt. Greek desserts are characterized by the dominant use of nuts and honey, and that is connected with an influence of Eastern Turkish cuisine.
  • The Greek "government employees" are considered as the elite of society. The professions of Military, teachers, doctors and police are considered as the most prestigious and well-paid professions.
  • Greece is a country where secular marriages are not registered. The institution of family is completely controlled by the Orthodox Church. If the couple got married in the church, the state recognizes their marriage as legal automatically. It is interesting that wife cannot take her husband's name that is why she uses her own during lifetime. Children can get father's name as well as mother’s name – it depends on the decision of parents.
  • Income from tourism is 16% of Gross domestic product. 17 million tourists are visiting Greece per year.
  • Greece produces about 7% of the world's marble from its prey.
  • There are many historical monuments in Greece. Excavations are conducted even in cities.  Churches, chapels, churches are at every 100 meters. There are not large-scale productions. Agriculture sector is well-developed. Greece supplies peaches, olives and olive oil for export.
  • The economy of Greece is ranked 37th in the world in terms of growth in gross domestic product and 33th in terms of purchasing power parity.


- is one of the most beautiful and mysterious islands of the Aegean Sea.

The Parthenon

- was referred to as the Virgin housing. The temple was built in 447 BC. in honor of the goddess Athena Parthenos.

Mount Athos

- is a spiritual state in the image of the Vatican. Orthodox holy place for pilgrims.


is a town and a municipality in the north of Crete


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on certain country and personal circumstances.



Head office:
01004, Ukraine, Kyiv,
26, Horkoho Street, office 17


Monday-Friday: 9:00 - 18:00

Saturday- Sunday: by prior arrangement

Phone: +38 (044) 223-77-35 +38 (044) 289-77-35

Fax: +38 (044) 289-55-51

State Registration Certificate of the Ministry of Justice of
Ukraine№283 from February 16, 2000.




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