Thank you! Appreciate it
They are extremely problematic and in need of reform, this is very true. I do not disagree with that. The difference is that more people want to move to the EU and USA than want to move to Ukraine. The unfair fact is that they can afford to be more tortuous systems because the demand is so great. Is the same true of Ukraine?
No, you are not correct. Furthermore, what is your point? That I should be so grateful and lucky to come live and work in Ukraine and not criticize the immigration system? What rate are you paying taxes at? What does it have to do with my article? You believe the current system is fine?
I am providing employment, salary, mentorship to Ukrainians. I assume the salaries of many users on this website are paid for by foreign investors.
If you think Ukraine is doing fine economically despite being the poorest country in Europe, then feel free to ignore this article. If you have your own proposals of how to reverse the brain drain and increase the competitiveness of Ukraine’s economy, perhaps you can share them.
I am perhaps misinformed but I am under the impression that the salary of many or possibly most people on this website is ultimately paid by foreigners. Increasing the ease of them investing in your country would seem to directly benefit the readers here. Please correct me If I’m mistaken.
My point is that many many many more people would like to move to Poland or the USA than Ukraine. Comparing their immigration process to that of Ukraine is irrelevant. The demand for visas to EU or USA is considerably higher than for Ukraine. The need for these countries to attract investors and skilled labor is considerably lower than for Ukraine. The fact that Poland is more competitive in terms of services is all the more reason to increase the attractiveness of Ukraine versus Poland.The current system involves a great deal of unnecessary bureaucracy. Cutting that does not require money. On the contrary, streamlining the process would save money.
Sorry but Google Translate is failing me here. Maybe you can write your question in English?
I don’t know what it says in the Ukrainian version but I do not say that it gives Estonian residency in the original English version. E-Residency is something different.
The difference is that many people would like to move to Poland because it is in the EU and Schengen area. How many people are trying to move from Poland to Ukraine? Which of these needs to work on attracting people more?