Ministry of Internal Affairs: Migrants will not be allowed into Russia without a “loyalty agreement”

Those who come to Russia to earn money will be required to sign “loyalty agreements”. Such a requirement, as the press center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs informs, is contained in the draft of a new Russian law on migration.

The drafters of the document want migrants to give a written commitment that they will not harm the host country.

The “Loyalty Agreement” will be applied “as a measure of administrative action of a preventive nature in order to inform a foreign citizen about the rules for entering the Russian Federation, leaving the Russian Federation, staying in the Russian Federation and engaging in labor activity in the Russian Federation, on the established restrictions and prohibitions, on the consequences of their non-observance” …

Violation of the contract will lead to the expulsion of the migrant worker to his homeland. In this case, the offender will be obliged to compensate Russia for the costs associated with his expulsion.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs adds that citizens of other states arriving in Russia without visas will be required to undergo state fingerprint registration.

Migrant workers entering the country on a visa undertake to sign a “loyalty agreement” when submitting a visa application.

Source: Росбалт by

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