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Russian citizenship

Postby Avel » 31 Jan 2009, 10:31

Under the terms of new legislation nominally intended to promote the repatriation of "Russian compatriots" and thus help solve Russia`s demographic problems, Moscow can now offer Russian Federation citizenship to more than eight million Ukrainians, even though the Ukrainian constitution prohibits dual citizenship.
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Re: Russian citizenship

Postby Kliment » 04 Feb 2009, 10:33

Before reading this, please, see our guide on how to become a Russian citizen here: http://waytorussia.net/RussianVisa/Status.html

You may also be interested in how to marry in Russia: http://waytorussia.net/Practicalities/Marriage.html as it makes things a bit easier with the new rules outlined below.

If you have any questions -- post them here and we'll be happy to help if we can... Smile

Oh yes, and don't even think about becoming a Russian citizen if you don't intend to permanently settle here: the process is so hard and you need so much paperwork that it will eat a few months of your time.
If you just want to be able to stay in Russia a long time,you can do like most people: get a 1-year multiple entry so-called "business" visa. See more information about this here: http://waytorussia.net/RussianVisa/Info.html
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