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A resident of Yakutia was punished for a fictitious residence permit for foreigners
A resident of the Aldan region of Yakutia was found guilty of fictitious registration of foreign citizens at the place of stay in Russia. The woman was sentenced to a fine of 150 thousand rubles.
According to the Republican prosecutor’s office, the defendant registered four foreigners at the place of stay in her premises. At the same time, foreigners did not actually stay there, they lived at a different address.
As the expert of the information portal Zhilfin.rf (within the framework of the project of the Ministry of Finance of Russia on financial literacy) Lolla Kirillova explains, the landlord has the right to rent it to foreigners, but turn his housing into “rubber” when more people are registered in it than it can actually live - illegally.
“In fact, such owners are threatened by the court’s application with respect to their article 322.3 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (fictitious registration of a foreign citizen at the place of stay in the Russian Federation). If you are the owner and you are suspected of fictitious housing, it’s in your best interest to ensure that the people you registered with your migrants in your apartment actually stay there, ”says Lolla Kirillova.
The expert notes that the presence of foreigners' belongings in the house will not be proof of their residence, since the migration authorities interview neighbors about the residents. If they deny the facts of meeting with guests or employers, it will be difficult to prove the opposite.