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Russia will impose a special legal regime on migrants who do not have the right to stay in the country, but are isolated due to the current situation, for example, due to coronavirus. The regime is called "living under control."
Axar.az reports that the statement came from the Russian Interior Ministry.
As one of the preventive measures aimed at increasing the effectiveness of the mechanism for ensuring security and order in the field of migration, it is planned to introduce a special law enforcement regime called "Living under control" in the legislation. "This regime will apply to migrants who have no legal basis to stay in Russia, but for one reason or another are forced to continue living in the country," the document said.
The Interior Ministry also said that the new legal regime will apply, for example, to foreigners whose suspension is suspended or whose travel is restricted due to the need to participate in court proceedings.
"The issue of applying such a regime against foreigners suffering from socially dangerous infectious diseases, including Rospotrebnadzor's self-isolation regime, which is instructed to follow certain sanitary rules, is being discussed," the ministry said.
They did not rule out the possibility of a number of restrictions on foreigners under the control of the agency. At the same time, the issue of making relevant amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation in terms of determining the responsibility of foreign citizens for violations of the "living under supervision" regime is being considered.
2021.05.23 / 13:57