Nevyansk native gets fined for providing foreigners with fictitious address

November 26, 2014. Holi Fazlitdinova, a resident of Nevyansk, was prosecuted for providing foreign residents with a fictitious residence address, the spokesperson for Sverdlovsk Region public prosecution authorities reports.

It was detected in the course of an inquiry that Fazlitdinova allowed foreign residents to provide her own address as their residence address when registering with the local migration service between December 2013 and July 2014. Nine citizens of one of the Central Asian republics thus declared to have a place of residence at an apartment in Tavatui, Nevyansk District, even though none of them were actually living there.

The court found the accused guilty of fictitiously registering a foreign resident at an address within the Russian Federation (Article 322.3 of the Russian Federation Criminal Code) and sentenced her to a 100,000-ruble fine.

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