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Russia simplifies procedure of obtaining residence permit for Ukrainians

People who have entered the military service and who are participants in the state program to help resettle compatriots, as well as citizens of those states that were part of the Soviet Union and received vocational education in Russia, can get the permit
21:38, 4 August 2019
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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law to simplify obtaining a residence permit in the Russian Federation for a number of categories of foreigners, including Ukrainians. It is reported by Interfax.

The new law makes it possible for citizens of Ukraine to obtain a residence permit outside the allotted quotas if they have lived there permanently and now have refugee status, or if they received temporary asylum in Russia.

People who have entered the military service and who are participants in the state program to help resettle compatriots, as well as citizens of those states that were part of the Soviet Union and received vocational education in Russia, can get the permit.
 
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The categories of foreigners, who will be able to obtain a permanent residence without a temporary residence permit, are also expanding.

We recall, on April 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree according to which the procedure for obtaining Russian citizenship for residents of the occupied regions of Donetsk and Luhansk regions is simplified. And from May 3, the responsible authorities of the Russian Federation began to receive relevant applications.
 
 
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