The authority has sent a letter to the attention of “Ganushkina” (misspelled with just one “N”) claiming that only those who have a permission to stay in Russia are to be admitted to schools.
Refugees and migrants children are often left out of the education system. Despite the fact that everyone has the right to learn, in practice parents are asked to present a registration at the place of residence,…
When the court decided to take sides with the Department of Education, the child’s parents received a phone call which told them that there was a vacant spot in a school for their son.
How the migration services in Moscow Region issued fines to asylum seekers totalling almost half a million roubles in just four months.
Adherer of the prohibited in China organization Falun Dafa who may be subject to torture in his homeland will not be expulsed from the country so far
The foreign citizen protected by ECHR from extradition to Tajikistan is taken away to an unknown destination two weeks before release.
A refugee from Baku has been living in a hotel for the last 30 years, where she was settled “temporarily” by Moscow government. To put it mildly, hotel’s owner is not happy about it.
Migration authority accuses refugees of violation of the Russian Federation sojourn rules without controlling whether their stay in Russia is actually illegal.
The Moscow Region Department of Education asks the head of Noginsk Municipal District to assist Syrians in gaining access to educational institutions.
A citizen of Turkmenistan is illegally detained in Sakharovo Detention Center for Foreign Nationals (DCFN) on the basis of an erroneous deportation order.
Despite the decision of the Supreme Court dated August 27, 2015 which explained Decree # 32 of the Ministry of Education and Science “On Statement of Admission for Studying on Educational Programs of Primary General, Basic General and Secondary Education”, schools keep denying foreign children admission citing this very decree.
School principals from different regions who talked to Civic Assistance complained about being pressured by migration services when it came to admittance or study continuation for children with unsettled migration statuses or no registration (either registration at the place of stay or residence).