CASE 3 BUSINESS PROCESS: Organizational activities. GOAL OF THE REGULATION: Not defined. REGULATORY INSTRUMENT: Temporary residence permit. PROBLEM: The instrument was used without defining a specific purpose. CONCLUSION: As in the previous case, the first problem is that there is no purpose of using the instrument defined, which is unacceptable for efficient state policy. Just like in the case with visas, citizens of countries that do not require a long-term visa, mainly citizens of the CIS countries, are forced to leave Ukraine, indicate a new purpose of the entry into Ukraine and then return. This makes the cost of using the instrument excessive. POSSIBLE WAYS TO IMPROVE THE SITUATION: Since it is obvious that foreigners need to reside in Ukraine when obtaining a work permit, we propose to combine the granting of a work permit with the issuance of a temporary residence permit.
CASE 4 BUSINESS PROCESS: Organizational activities. GOAL OF THE REGULATION: Official communications and delivery of official correspondence REGULATORY INSTRUMENT: Registration of the place of residence of a person. PROBLEM: The need for official correspondence. CONCLUSION: The regulatory instrument solves the problem and achieves the goal of regulation. POSSIBLE WAYS TO IMPROVE THE SITUATION: The registration of the place of residence as a way to achieve the goal of official correspondence had virtually no alternatives before new information and communication technologies appeared. Currently, the stated goal of regulation can be achieved by other, more flexible means of communication, and, accordingly, by other regulatory instruments.