Victims of the armed conflict of 1992 -1993 first had their Soviet passports exchanged for the Russian ones, then had their new documents declared invalid.
The extradition of a member of a vulnerable group was suspended due to the possibility of being tortured in his home country.
Moscow Oblast Court denied the claims for temporary asylum of a Nigerian whose relatives want to force her to undergo female genital mutilation.
The judge also validated the decision of the Department of Education to deny the admission of children into the school because the procedure of enrolling in kindergartens had not been followed.
Courts are ruling for expulsion subject to the Minsk agreements that allegedly indicate the stabilization of the situation in the region.
Conviction of the “Restrukt” member who assaulted persons of non-Slavic appearance left unchanged.
In 2016, 228 thousand refugees were given this status as opposed to 125 thousand and in 2017.
A Pakistani cannot leave Russia due to the absence of a court decision on expulsion.
More and more foreign and Russian citizens are turning to the Civic Assistance Committee as a result of schools in Moscow and the Moscow region refusing to admit their children.
Obninsk City Court is considering the appeal of human rights activist Tatiana Kotlyar
against the judgment of a lower court: she insists that she registered Ukrainian in her
apartment since she acted in conditions of extreme necessity for them.
The ruling says that the probability of Rakhimov being cruelly treated does not mean
that he will be tortured.
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.