Putin signs law on temporary identity cards for stateless persons

MOSCOW, February 24 – RIA Novosti. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on the issuance of temporary identity cards to stateless persons on the territory of the Russian Federation, the corresponding document was published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

The draft law was submitted to the State Duma by the Russian government.

The law stipulates that a temporary identity card of a stateless person in the Russian Federation is issued on the basis of a conclusion on establishing the identity of such a person and certifies the identity of its owner in Russia. According to the law, stateless persons who have a temporary identity card will be able to work without obtaining permits.

The law includes provisions clarifying the grounds for the termination of detention in a special institution of stateless persons subject to administrative expulsion from Russia, deportation or readmission, in the event of cancellation of the relevant decisions, termination of the readmission procedure, as well as recognition of persons as refugees, or granting them temporary asylum in the territory RF.

The law provides for the registration at the place of residence of persons with a temporary certificate after seven working days from the date of receipt of the document. Since the issuance of a temporary identity card gives a stateless person the opportunity to stay in the Russian Federation, the law provides for the suspension of decisions previously made in relation to him not to allow him to enter Russia or decisions on the undesirability of stay or residence in the Russian Federation.

The temporary certificate will be issued for 10 years. In the event of the expiration of the temporary certificate, the change by a stateless person of the surname, first name, patronymic, information about the date and place of birth, or the unsuitability of the temporary certificate for further use due to wear, damage or other reasons, detection of an inaccuracy or error in the entries in the temporary certificate, previously issued the temporary certificate must be replaced.

No later than 10 working days before the expiration of its validity period, a stateless person will be obliged to apply to the territorial office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs with an application for the replacement of the temporary certificate, and if there are conditions under which the temporary certificate must be replaced, within 30 days from the date of their occurrence.

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