UkrainianDatingBlog interviews Mordinson former client 10th July 2013

UkrainianDatingBlog.com: Hi, Keith. Thank you once again for the agreement to give an interview to my Ukrainian dating blog. Before we start, please tell us briefly how you found your wife. As far as I know, you met her in the Mordinson marriage agency (http://www.mordinson.com). How was the service you got in this agency different from what you experienced before you found Mordinson?

Keith: Hi Krystyna! Yes, I was very pleased with the personal attention I received at Mordinson. I went in to this whole thing very cautious because of some of the stories that I read about on the internet. When I started to look around I felt uneasy with the first couple of places so I gave Mordinson a try. I was never pressured and everything that was expected was delivered. They have a really nice business there! click here to continue reading the interview

 

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Video testimonial by a client of the Mordinson agency Dave met his soulmate and shares his experience, 15th July 2012

Video testimonial by a client of the Mordinson agency Dave met his soulmate and shares his experience, 15th July 2012

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A video testimonial by Valery and Andy (the USA) who met in the Mordinson marriage agency. 20 August 2012

A video testimonial by Valery and Andy (the USA) who met in the Mordinson marriage agency. 20 August 2012

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New photos of Irina ID 640

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EURO-2012 Holland fans and Ukrainian reporter

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A song about Kharkov

Welcome to Kharkov http://youtu.be/eg308KJyk_w

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Mordinson Ad for the Kharkov RobinzonTV

Mordinson on Robinson TV

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How to avoid problems with Ukrainian police

Those few advices might save you a lot of time and head ache, they are very easy to remember and are not difficult to follow! 

Carry the passport along

First thing you should remember: at any time when you are out of the place where you stay you need to have a valid passport with you. Ukrainians who you know might advice you otherwise, most of the locals don’t bother to carry their IDs along with them, but you are a foreigner and it is much easier just to keep your passport close than explaining the police why you don’t have any document to prove your identity.According to the current laws of Ukraine the police personnel is allowed to check ID of any person who might look or act suspicious (in reality, they can stop any person who they want to stop and you don’t need to do anything funny to be stopped!). It’s very important that you have your passport with you. I was asked several times if a copy of the passport or driving license can be used instead of the original passport. The answer to this is in the “grey zone” it might work sometimes, but the copy of the passport can be forged easily, so the police can refuse it, and the driving license issued by the US authorities doesn’t necessarily replace passport.

Learn a few phrases in Russian

You need to try to learn few phrases in Russian, so that you can explain that you are: “American tourist- amerikanski toorist” and that “you don’t speak Russian well ya ne govoru pa Rooskee!”. Try to make sure that you passport actually stays in your hands when you show it to the police.

Ukraine visa regulations

In case you didn’t need a visa to enter Ukraine, you can stay in the country for 90 days since the day of you arrival. If you are a citizen of the USA your passport will be stamped on the border of Ukraine when you enter its territory, this stamp is the proof of the fact that your stay in Ukraine is legal.

No alcohol in public in Ukraine

Drinking alcoholic beverages in public is prohibited in Ukraine, this law is also enforced by the police, so never drink beer in the public parks. You can order and drink alcohol in the establishments located in the same park, but not outside of them. Breaking this rule puts you in a trouble and it doesn’t matter if youhave your passport or not. The same thing with drinking and smoking in the trains, there are fines for that.

Enjoy your stay in Ukraine

Ukraine may sometimes seem to have too many rules and regulations, but in fact visitors of this country very rarely face any problems. I have been working for the Mordinson Ukrainian marriage agency for more than 10 years and we’ve had hundreds of clients coming over and staying in Kharkov and I can say that there were never any serious problems.Enjoy Ukraine! Sincerely, Michael Mordinson.

http://www.mordinson.com/avoid-problems-with-ukrainian-police.html

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Gift for Putin

Female students of prestigious University took a part in a photo session
to produce a birthday gift for Russia’s Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

 

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Mordinson Agency Testimonial Video

Yana is a former client of Mordinson marriage agency in Kharkov/Ukraine. She met her future husband in the agency and now lives in the USA. The interview took place while Yana was visiting Kharkov in March 2012.

Mordinson Testimonial
Russian bride love story, Romance story experience sharing, successful relationship, how to find Russian mail order Bride

 

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