Under the Russian law, migrants who violate stay, registration, or labour violations will be issued a fine and then deported via a court order, with a further ban on entering Russia.
Unauthorised entries into Russia following the ban will lead to administrative or criminal liability.
For more information, visit the Russian foreign ministry’s website (www.fms.gov.ru).
According to Uzbekistan’s foreign ministry, the ban can be appealed against in competent courts or at the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Migration Department.
Under the Minsk Convention on Legal Aid and Legal relations in Civil, Family and Criminal Cases, Uzbek citizens can appeal to the Russian foreign ministry’s territorial office or to the department that issued the ban, by writing to www.мвд.рф or www.ps.fsb.ru.
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