Woman holding USSR passport stuck at Turkey #In_TurkeySeptember 11, 2019
Aziz Özen – ISTANBUL A woman born in Ukraine in 1961, who was illegally residing in Turkey when the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics ( USSR ) collapsed in 1991 and Ukraine declared independence, hangs on to her USSR passport after failing to get a valid one from the authorities in Kiev.
Aleksandra Dravetskaya was trading goods between Istanbul and Kiev in her late 20s.
Then, she started working at two jobs, as a caretaker and an employee of a carpet washing company.
When she applied to the Ukrainian consulate in Istanbul in the mid-1990s, she was told that there was no documentation of hers in the Ukrainian archives.
That response probably made her the last person on Earth still living with a passport issued by the USSR.
She has been living with a Turkish man, Doğan Yelkenci, with whom she performed a religious marriage ceremony in Istanbul.
She got into touch with her family in Ukraine seven years ago.
“Since I do not have a citizenship ID, I could not legally get married, and I cannot leave Turkey to see my children and grandchildren,” Dravetskaya said, adding that she wanted to be naturalized in Turkey.
“I have been here for 23 years and I really want to be a Turkish citizen,” she said.
September 10 2019 17:06:24
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