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pauluk2009
Posted 2011-01-12 8:51 PM (#40558)
Subject: de-registration
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the last time i visited RUssia was the first time i had been. So I am sorry to ask simple question.

I registered at the real russia office in moscow. (which was interesting trying to find)

Do real russia de-register me when i leave Russia.?

i did not think about this at the time, but i want to apply for another visa soon for my trip in spring.

thanks.

PAUL.
Malcolm
Posted 2011-01-12 10:25 PM (#40562 - in reply to #40558)
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Posted 2011-01-13 7:04 PM (#40575 - in reply to #40562)
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Malcolm - 2011-01-13 3:25 AM Yes

Double yes.......

Chris
Posted 2011-01-13 7:46 PM (#40576 - in reply to #40558)
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Yes, we de-register you as part of the service. Nothing to worry about.
kaliningrad kid
Posted 2011-01-14 7:49 PM (#40590 - in reply to #40576)
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That raises a question from me.....
I have registered my last few visa's via the post office, but due to using a domestic flight first before leaving the Federation have not de-registered as I'm always asked for the slip of paper at SVO Moscow on departure....
What should I do next visa?
Photocopy the registration slip and leave it with the wife????
Rasboinik
Posted 2011-01-14 10:41 PM (#40593 - in reply to #40590)
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kaliningrad kid - 2011-01-15 5:49 AM That raises a question from me..... I have registered my last few visa's via the post office, but due to using a domestic flight first before leaving the Federation have not de-registered as I'm always asked for the slip of paper at SVO Moscow on departure.... What should I do next visa? Photocopy the registration slip and leave it with the wife????

Like you I start with a domestic flight,

 

I always photocopy the slip and take the photocopy with me, I leave the original with the missus so that she can de-register me..

In my case though I have never been asked for the slip

Edited by Rasboinik 2011-01-14 10:42 PM
Chris
Posted 2011-01-15 9:59 AM (#40598 - in reply to #40558)
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kaliningrad kid
Posted 2011-01-15 10:38 AM (#40599 - in reply to #40598)
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They always want to see my registration slip!!!!!
Never had a problem getting visa's even though i have de-registered......
Okay so a photocopy looks like the key....
Rasboinik
Posted 2011-01-15 1:39 PM (#40604 - in reply to #40599)
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Have just passed through immigration in Shittytevo on my way out.

As usual I handed over my passport, boarding pass, migration slip and a copy of my registration slip.

The immigration officer handed back the copy of the registration slip without even looking at it.

 

Chris
Posted 2011-01-15 2:15 PM (#40606 - in reply to #40604)
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Rasboinik - 2011-01-15 4:39 PM

The immigration officer handed back the copy of the registration slip without even looking at it.

 

Because it is not their job to collect or check it, any breeches will be recorded at the migration services, later this year such data will be available to the consulate and reviewed when issuing new visas.

kaliningrad kid
Posted 2011-01-15 6:10 PM (#40620 - in reply to #40606)
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oooopppppssssssssssss.....!
not had a visa for 1 1/2 years so hopefully it shouldn't be a problem
Mel
Posted 2011-01-16 6:09 AM (#40621 - in reply to #40606)
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Chris - 2011-01-15 7:15 PM
Rasboinik - 2011-01-15 4:39 PM

The immigration officer handed back the copy of the registration slip without even looking at it.

 

Because it is not their job to collect or check it, any breeches will be recorded at the migration services, later this year such data will be available to the consulate and reviewed when issuing new visas.

De-registration is the responsibility of the person who carried out the registration, and failure to de-register is punished with an administration fine for the said person....

Any missdemeaner should therefore not affect a new visa application I would have thought........

BUT, its Russia, so anything is to be expected IMHO........

DITTRICH
Posted 2011-01-25 3:52 PM (#40785 - in reply to #40558)
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De-registration is the responsibility of the person who carried out the registration UNLESS that happens to be the WIFE in which case any problems are always MY fault!
Mel
Posted 2011-01-27 8:58 PM (#40820 - in reply to #40785)
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DITTRICH - 2011-01-25 8:52 PM De-registration is the responsibility of the person who carried out the registration UNLESS that happens to be the WIFE in which case any problems are always MY fault!

She can only do this if ,

!, She is registered as a resident of Russia at the stated address, and,

2, She has not been out of Russia for more than 6 months during the previous 12 months... and

3, ITS always the man's/partners fault, Russian women are NEVER wrong.......

kaliningrad kid
Posted 2011-01-28 4:35 PM (#40836 - in reply to #40820)
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agree with No.3 110%
but don't tell the wife I said that
DITTRICH
Posted 2011-01-28 8:13 PM (#40839 - in reply to #40836)
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The wife has her propiska at that apartment's address in her russian passport.
It's her apartment after all.
The residence bit >6m I don't think works like that. That may be what the law says but in practice like I said...
The migration people would have to have all propiska and russian passport details online linked to the immigration.
Then people would need to run checks and investigate...its not going to happen.
If 100's of people can "register" at one apartment (happened to our next door neighbour and she was on the News in Russia) then anything can happen.
Les
gaurav467
Posted 2011-09-20 1:13 PM (#46122 - in reply to #40558)
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yes you can aaply.......
Malcolm
Posted 2011-09-20 1:34 PM (#46128 - in reply to #46122)
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gaurav467 - 2011-09-20 1:13 PM

yes you can aaply.......


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