Officers of the Sevastopol Division for Migration Issues helped in saving the union of two hearts

Officers of the Division for Migration Issues of the MIA of Russia Division for the Leninsky District helped in preventing a separation of an elderly couple in love.

65-year-old citizen of Ukraine Valentina Romanenko,  living in Sevastopol with Vladimir Bogachev for more than 10 years, was  to be deported on the eve of the wedding. The bride could not allow for any delay with the registration of her documents, but before turning to the migration service, she faced a more serious problem - due to complications with the heart Valentina got to a hospital. The 61-year-old Vladimir Bogachev turned for help to the police.

Officers of the MIA of Russia Division for the Leninsky District immediately came to the aid of the couple in love. The police visited the woman in the hospital, step by step explained to her what documents she needed to provide, and helped to fill in the forms. In the Division for Migration Issues, Valentina Romanenko passed through the necessary administrative procedures, including the extension of the term of migrant’s registration and the provision of medical examination results. Also, the citizen's application was individually submitted for consideration to the Chief of the MIA of Russia Division for the Leninsky District.

As a result, the Ukrainian citizen was granted a temporary residence permit, allowing her to legally work and live with her beloved man in Russia for three years.

Vladimir and Valentina got married. Valentina intends to apply shortly for the citizenship of the Russian Federation.

   
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