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Source: in Uzbekistan, migrants who have left can be deprived of citizenship.

Source: in Uzbekistan, migrants who have left can be deprived of citizenship.
Uzbek people who have not received a biometric passport in time and are currently in Russia are in a state of panic: will they be deprived of their citizenship and what should they do if they need to return to their homeland?
TASHKENT, April 28 & mdash; Sputnik, Anastasia Alexandrova, Dilshod Rakhmatov. Recently, among the migrants in the Russian Federation, there are rumors that people in Uzbekistan are massively deprived of citizenship, who were more than five years outside the Republic. Sputnik tried to figure out how reliable this information is.
More and more people are wondering what to do in order to return to their homeland without consequences. So, a man called from Kashkadarya called our editorial office and asked for help. According to him, he has been living in the territory of the Russian Federation for almost 7 years, but now he has lost his job and must return home urgently. However, he is very worried that upon his arrival he will be deprived of citizenship.
"Now there are rumors in Uzbekistan that we are massively denied citizenship of those who return back, having lived in Russia for more than five years." I do not know what to do, because I also have an old passport. "And does deprivation of citizenship threaten me?", & Mdash; the interlocutor of the agency asks.
Recall that at the moment the Migration Service is taken under the special control of Russian President Vladimir Putin. In connection with the identified gaps in the activities of the Federal Migration Service, the policy in the sphere of observance of migration law is toughening & mdash; mass checks of foreign citizens, both in places of compact residing, and in a place of work are carried out.
All violators are brought to court for taking decisions on expulsion, and administrative investigations are carried out with respect to legal entities.
"It is necessary to strengthen the protection of the sections of the state border in areas that present an increased danger for the penetration of illegal migrants." All possible "windows", loopholes must be reliably shut off, "& mdash; said Vladimir Putin.
The transfer of functions of the FMS of Russia to the Ministry of Internal Affairs means that today the problem of migration is increasingly perceived as a threat to the national security of the country.
Sputnik correspondent of Uzbekistan decided to understand this problem and called the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, where this information was refuted.
"If the citizen of Uzbekistan has withdrawn from the register at home, went abroad and lived there for more than five years and did not join the consular account for five years, he could be stripped of his citizenship for that." In this case, the Uzbek must return to homeland and urgently change the passport, "& mdash; the Uzbek Foreign Ministry said.
In the All-Russian Congress of Uzbeks, Sputnik also did not confirm rumors about the mass deprivation of citizenship of persons who left the country.
"Only citizens can be deprived of their citizenship in more severe situations, for example, if the Uzbek is caught in opposition moods." The man and other citizens of Uzbekistan have nothing to worry about, they can leave Russia calmly. However, there is one small problem: in order to leave a non-biometric passport, receive a certificate of return and personally apply to the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Moscow, "& mdash; specified in the organization.
Certificate of return & mdash; This is a document granting the right of Uzbekistan citizens temporarily staying abroad to enter Uzbekistan.
It can be obtained at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Moscow. There are no large queues, and the procedure for replacing documents is in normal mode.
To obtain a certificate at a consular office, you must provide the following documents:
& mdash; completed electronic application form;
& mdash; two photos (35�44 mm);
& mdash; two photographs for each, inscribed in the child's certificate (35x44 mm);
& mdash; confirmation of the relevant organization in which the applicant works is on study, treatment or on a business trip;
& mdash; consular fee of the established size.
Upon arrival at home, the certificate must be handed in to the internal affairs bodies at the place of permanent residence for the registration of a new passport.
Recall that in Uzbekistan since 2011, an exchange of old-style passports for new ones with biometric protection is being carried out. The validity of old passports was extended until July 2018, however, for travel abroad, a biometric document must necessarily be issued.
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