Russian citizens will now have to notify authorities when obtaining foreign citizenship or permanent residency in a foreign country
By Marina Ryzhkova and Kazbek Sasiyev
On 4 June 2014, the president of the Russian Federation signed a law requiring Russian citizens to notify the migration authorities on obtaining foreign citizenship or any right to reside permanently in a foreign country within 60 calendar days of the occurrence of each event. Notification for Russian citizens who are under 18 years old should be submitted by their legal representatives (parents, guardians, etc.). The law will take effect starting from 4 August 2014.
The law will also apply to Russian citizens who have received foreign citizenship or a right to reside permanently in a foreign country before the effective date of the law. Such Russian citizens will also need to notify the migration authorities on obtaining foreign citizenship or any right to reside permanently in a foreign country within 60 calendar days upon the date of entry into force of the law (i.e. before 3 October 2014)…
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