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Students who plan to make an external independent evaluation should provide an ID card.
This is reported by the Media Service of the Ministry of Education.
"In particular, school children over the age of 14 need to apply for an ID card in due time. Children in schools need timely registration of a passport because a copy must be submitted in a set of registration documents for an external independent assessment," the agency said.
The updated rules emphasize several categories of people who can use other registration documents. We are talking about people living in occupied territories – they can show a birth certificate; foreigners and stateless persons – such can provide a copy of the passport or ID card, refugees can show a copy of the certificate of protection application in Ukraine.
Persons who are not in these categories must have an EIT passport.
We remind you that the external independent evaluation schedule has been announced, which will be held in the year of 2019 from 21 to 13 June.