In accordance with the Economic Code of Ukraine, a individual entrepreneur (for any group of single tax) is a business entity, therefore all norms of the code apply to him. According to Part 8 of Art. 19 of the Economic Code of Ukraine, all business entities are obliged to keep primary (operational) records of the results of their work.
Employers have the right to employ foreigners and stateless persons on the territory of Ukraine on the basis of a permit issued by the Regional Employment Center.
All the necessary documents for obtaining a permit are prepared and submitted by an employer who plans to employ a foreign worker.
A prerequisite for obtaining a permit is compliance with the salary criterion: an employment contract with a foreigner must provide for a wage of at least 10 minimum wages (UAH 47,230). This requirement may not apply only in cases of obtaining permission for the founders and / or participants, and / or beneficiaries (controllers) of a legal entity created in Ukraine.
The legislation does not provide for a complete list of documents for opening a restaurant, the volume of documents will differ depending on many factors, including the type of place, the number of visitors it is designed to serve, the building in which it is located, the organizational and legal form through which control is carried out.
By its legal nature, a repayable financial assistance agreement is a loan agreement (“loan”) and is governed by par. 1 ch. 71 of the Civil Code of Ukraine, which does not establish any restrictions on the amount of funds that can be provided for use, as well as in relation to the purpose of their use.
According to clause 103.5 of the TCU: "The certificate is issued by the competent (authorized) body of the relevant country, determined by the international treaty of Ukraine, in the form approved in accordance with the legislation of the relevant country, and must be properly legalized, translated in accordance with the legislation of Ukraine."