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Question:
I've heard that carrying an immigration card, with a currently valid registration, is no longer necessary from the 10th of january. An apparent change in the law from that date requires only that a Landlord send a letter by post to OVIR stating who lives in their property and for what period. Therefore you do not have to prove this to every bribe-seeking copper who stops you on the street. It just sounds too good to be true.
Velo
Answer:
Dear Velo,
The law hadnít changed and you still have to carry your passport, visa, registration and migration card. The registration procedure hadnít changed as well and still require letter from you landlord, passport and migration card with entry stamp.
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