Permanent residence permit in Russia
Permanent residence permit (PRP) is a document that confirms the right of a foreign citizen to legally live and work in Russia. Usually, PRP is unlimited apart from the PRP of a highly qualified specialist (limited up to the period of a work permit).
Benefits of a PRP:
- Free Russian border crossing the Russian boarders;
- No need to obtain work permit;
- Possibility to live or work in any Russian region;
- Free social and medical support.
How to obtain a permanent residence permit in Russia?
Foreign citizens who hold temporary residence permit for at least 8 months are entitled to apply for PRP. It is also possible to obtain PRP straight away in case there is a special ground provided by law.
The application review period is from 2 to 4 months depending on the ground.
Along with the documents proving the ground for PRP, the foreigner shall provide medical certificates, police clearance certificate from the country of citizenship and pass the exam on Russian language, history and law (as a rule).
Notice of residence
Foreign citizens have to send a special notification to the migration authority proving that they reside in Russia and obtain enough income to provide for themselves or their family.
VALEN provides a full range of services related to obtaining temporary and permanent residence permits in Russia, including consultation, drafting of documents and representation in migration authorities.
Two degrees in Lomonosov Moscow State University. Faculties of Law and Philology.
1996 – obtained status of attorney
Foreign Languages: English
Specialist in the field of legal representation, corporate conflict resolution, structuring and support of transactions for the acquisition of business, as well as defense / representation in the framework of criminal prosecution
1994 – has written more than 150 publications in the Russian newspapers and magazines
Since 2019 – Senior Lawyer at VALENOur specialists
Law degree in Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2014
Postgraduate education diploma in Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, 2017
Foreign Languages: English, German, Spanish, Portuguese
Since 2014 – practice in obtaining and collecting of low liquid debts, in bankruptcy procedures of legal entities and litigation in commercial and regular courts
Since 2020 – lawyer at VALENOur specialists