Federal Law No 199-FZ on Amendments to Articles 18.10 and
18.15 of the Administrative Penal Code and the Federal Law on the
Legal Status of Foreign Citizens in the Russian Federation of June
29.06.2015 (the "Amendment Law")
was published and entered into force on June 30, 2015.
The Amendment Law requires foreign employees who change their
name or passports to apply to the migration authorities to
enter the appropriate changes to their work permits (i.e.
to indicate the new name or new passport details in the work
within 7 days of such change (if the name was changed or the
new passport was received in the Russian Federation); OR
within 7 days of entering Russia (if the name was changed or
the new passport was received outside the Russian Federation).
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