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Signed the first decree on obtaining citizenship of the Russian Federation upon taking the oath

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President Vladimir Putin signed yesterday the first decree on the admission of persons to Russian citizenship, which requires new citizens to take an oath, reports RIA News with reference to the website of legal information.


Signed the first decree on obtaining citizenship of the Russian Federation upon taking the oath


Total on the 62 person list. Among them are natives of Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Georgia and other countries.

The named persons “acquire the citizenship of the Russian Federation from the day each of them takes the oath of a citizen of the Russian Federation, with the exception of persons who have not reached the age of 18, who acquire the citizenship of the Russian Federation simultaneously with the taking of the oath by the respective parent,” the document says.

Recall that in late July, the president signed a decree that introduces a procedure for taking the oath upon entry into citizenship, and also allows you to cancel decisions on acquiring citizenship for persons convicted of terrorism and extremism. In addition, the law establishes a simplified procedure for obtaining citizenship and residence permit in Russia for Ukrainians.

“I (FIO), voluntarily and consciously accepting citizenship of the Russian Federation, I swear to abide by the constitution and legislation of the Russian Federation, the rights and freedoms of its citizens, to perform the duties of a citizen of the Russian Federation for the benefit of the state and society, to protect the freedom and independence of the Russian Federation, to be faithful to Russia, to respect its culture, history and traditions ", - says the text of the oath.

The passport of a citizen of Russia will be issued immediately after taking the oath.
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  1. Baloo
    Baloo 24 October 2017 08: 55 New
    24
    I am waiting for a decree on the procedure for deprivation of citizenship and passport for treason, anti-state activity, etc.
    After the deadline, fly to all 4 sides to the owners of the State Department! angry
    1. The comment was deleted.
      1. Monos
        Monos 24 October 2017 09: 04 New
        +6
        Taking the oath ... Beautiful, but naive. What consequences will its violation have? Criminal and administrative no. Conscience will not let a person sleep? Do not make me laugh. Now many people break their word that drink a glass of tea. This oath is a ritual, nothing more.
        1. himRa
          himRa 24 October 2017 09: 19 New
          +9
          Quote: Monos
          What consequences will its violation have?

          Deprivation of citizenship of the Russian Federation ... it would be logical ....
        2. Gray brother
          Gray brother 24 October 2017 09: 49 New
          +2
          Quote: Monos
          Taking the oath ... Beautiful, but naive. What consequences will its violation have?

          Any crime related to military service is a violation of the oath. The Criminal Code has a whole section related to such crimes.
          Art. 332 - failure to fulfill an order, art. 338 on desertion, etc.
          1. Monos
            Monos 24 October 2017 13: 10 New
            +4
            Quote: Gray Brother
            Any crime related to military service is a violation of the oath.

            Acceptance of citizenship is not a draft in the Army.
            1. Gray brother
              Gray brother 24 October 2017 13: 45 New
              0
              Quote: Monos
              Acceptance of citizenship is not a draft in the Army.

              There are articles in the Criminal Code for all cases.
              1. Monos
                Monos 24 October 2017 13: 52 New
                +5
                Text of the oath: “I (name), voluntarily and consciously accepting the citizenship of the Russian Federation, swear to comply with the Constitution and legislation of the Russian Federation, the rights and freedoms of its citizens, to fulfill the duties of a citizen of the Russian Federation for the benefit of the state and society, to protect the freedom and independence of the Russian Federation, to be faithful to Russia, to respect its culture , history and traditions. "

                Whom have we been punished for disrespect for culture, history and traditions?
        3. Winnie76
          Winnie76 24 October 2017 11: 05 New
          +2
          Quote: Monos
          Beautiful, but naive. What consequences will its violation have?

          For example, an article for treason.
    2. stolz
      stolz 24 October 2017 09: 02 New
      +3
      And in what other country is there something similar? Even the evil Baltic nationalists did not think of such a thing.
      1. Baloo
        Baloo 24 October 2017 09: 10 New
        +7
        Quote: Stolz
        And in what other country is there something similar?

        USA
        1. Cube123
          Cube123 24 October 2017 09: 56 New
          +4
          Quote: Balu
          Quote: Stolz
          And in what other country is there something similar?

          USA

          Except the USA,
          in Europe - Germany and the Czech Republic,
          Asia - Singapore, Philippines, Japan,
          Latin America - Brazil, Jamaica,
          New Zealand.

          http://tass.ru/info/4318162
      2. Cube123
        Cube123 24 October 2017 10: 06 New
        +4
        Quote: Stolz
        Even the evil Baltic nationalists did not think of such a thing.

        You are mistaken. Dual citizenship is acceptable in Lithuania, but not in Estonia and Latvia.
        For example http://infr.narod.ru/procedure.html
        “It will be necessary to come to Tallinn twice. The first trip will take place one and a half to two months after the conclusion of the contract with E. & P. ​​SARL and is needed to fill out the forms that are submitted to the Department of Citizenship and Migration. The second time the client needs to come to sign the so-called "oath of allegiance to Estonia."

        In the United States, a candidate for citizenship completely renounces his homeland and takes an oath with arms in his hands to protect the United States, including from their former compatriots

        Taken from http://www.bolshoyvopros.ru/questions/2544829-vk
        akih-stranah-est-prisjagi-i-kljatvy-pri-prinjatii
        -grazhdanstva-strany.html
      3. screw cutter
        screw cutter 24 October 2017 10: 38 New
        +3
        You are mistaken, in Latvia if a non-citizen decided to take an citizenship test (naturalize), even if he was born and lived his whole life, then before receiving a passport he must take an oath.
      4. Vasilenko Vladimir
        Vasilenko Vladimir 24 October 2017 13: 47 New
        +1
        Quote: Stolz
        And in what other country is there something similar? Even the evil Baltic nationalists did not think of such a thing.

        Europe
        In Germany, the Citizenship Act of 1913 is in force, with subsequent amendments, which states that a foreigner, upon receipt of a document confirming his German citizenship, must swear "to comply with the constitution and laws of the country and to renounce everything that could harm her."
        In the Czech Republic, the law governing citizenship entered into force in 2014. According to it, a permit to obtain citizenship to a foreigner comes into force only after taking an oath to the Czech state. This must be done within 12 months from the date of the decision. The new citizen is committed to being faithful to the country and to comply with its laws. Persons under the age of 15 are exempted from the oath.
        Asia
        Residents of Singapore who obtained citizenship by blood or at will (in the process of naturalization) before they turned 21 years old, upon reaching this age within 12 months are required to take an oath of allegiance and devotion. Otherwise, they lose their Singaporean citizenship.
        In the Philippines, in accordance with the 2003 Law on the Preservation and Restoration of Citizenship, native Filipinos who have lost the citizenship of this country are considered reinstated there after taking the oath of allegiance to the republic. It is also required to maintain Filipino citizenship upon obtaining citizenship of a foreign state.
        In Japan, upon obtaining citizenship, the applicant must swear an oath in which he undertakes to be a “respectable citizen”, as well as obey the provisions set forth in the country's constitution. Until 1945, it was necessary to swear allegiance to the Japanese emperor.
        Latin America
        In Brazil, new citizens must take an oath before receiving a certificate of naturalization. They declare that they assume responsibilities associated with Brazilian citizenship and that they will respect and respect the principles of the Brazilian federal constitution.
        In Jamaica, the text of the oath taken upon entry into citizenship is enshrined in the law of 1962, adopted shortly after the declaration of independence of the country from Great Britain. The oath is the last step in the process of accepting Jamaican citizenship. It is brought during a special ceremony, after which new citizens are given a "welcome kit" consisting of manuals on the history, culture and traditions of Jamaica, a small flag, as well as application forms for issuing a Jamaican passport.
        There are two versions of the text: in one, new citizens directly “swear” allegiance to the Queen of Great Britain and undertake to abide by the laws of the country, and in the other they simply “proclaim and confirm” their obligations.
        USA
        In the United States, citizenship is obtained either by birth or as a result of naturalization. Oath of citizenship is given only to immigrants who wish to become US citizens.
        The text of the oath is given on the website of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, it is pronounced after the court clerk. The tradition has existed since 1802.
        New Zealand
        In New Zealand, the oath of entry into citizenship is enshrined in the current law of 1977 (previously it also appeared in the UK and New Zealand Citizenship Act of 1948). The oath is taken during a special ceremony that has been held since 1954. New citizens swear allegiance to the Queen of Great Britain, swear to abide by the laws of the country and fulfill the duties of a citizen. The text of the oath can be read in English or in Maori (the second official language of New Zealand).
    3. ded100
      ded100 24 October 2017 09: 05 New
      +5
      A good offer of some is high time! am
      1. Baloo
        Baloo 24 October 2017 09: 12 New
        +2
        Quote: ded100
        A good offer of some is high time!

        incomplete list ...
      2. Iskander Sh
        Iskander Sh 24 October 2017 09: 12 New
        +1
        That is, everyone who is not willing to drive out. This is, firstly, a painting of one’s own incompetence, and secondly, the first step in creating a repressive state.
        1. 79807420129
          79807420129 24 October 2017 09: 33 New
          +8
          Quote: Iskander Sh
          That is, everyone who is not willing to drive out. This is, firstly, a painting of one’s own incompetence, and secondly, the first step in creating a repressive state.

          But even when they spit in our direction, such compradors must probably cry and repent of all sins. laughing
          1. Iskander Sh
            Iskander Sh 24 October 2017 09: 48 New
            0
            Quote: 79807420129
            But even when they spit in our direction, such compradors must probably cry and repent of all sins.


            Constitution of the Russian Federation:
            Article 29
            Point 1. Everyone is guaranteed freedom of thought and speech.
            Point 3. No one may be forced to express his opinions and beliefs or to refuse them.


            They have every right to express their ideas, and you have every right to disagree with them.
            1. vorobey
              vorobey 24 October 2017 10: 47 New
              +2
              Quote: Iskander Sh
              They have every right to express their ideas, and you have every right to disagree with them.


              Yesterday alone ... I’ve already agreed ... I’ve guessed the peasants ... in Israel I got the poor fellow ... laughing but what can you do .. freedom of thought .. let them say ..
            2. Mairos
              Mairos 24 October 2017 15: 15 New
              0
              You can express such thoughts and beliefs that sit down for several years.
    4. siberalt
      siberalt 24 October 2017 10: 21 New
      0
      The next will be the adoption of the Law on the criminal liability of citizens of the Russian Federation who deliberately evade voting in elections. belay Zhirinovsky has been proposing this for a long time.
      1. kig
        kig 24 October 2017 15: 14 New
        0
        non-election fines

        https://ria.ru/spravka/20140626/1013682909.html
    5. Will
      Will 24 October 2017 12: 25 New
      0
      Aha!) The first step to the article on betrayal has been taken. wink Personally, I am FOR. love
    6. Galleon
      Galleon 24 October 2017 16: 30 New
      +3
      But only to deprivation of citizenship - after the execution of punishment.
  2. Berber
    Berber 24 October 2017 08: 56 New
    +2
    It is easier to buy citizenship from us than to go through the bureaucratic torments of hell. Maybe something will change.
    1. Nevsky_ZU
      Nevsky_ZU 24 October 2017 09: 07 New
      +2
      Quote: BerBer
      It is easier to buy citizenship from us than to go through the bureaucratic torments of hell. Maybe something will change.

      Simplified only the final stage of obtaining citizenship. Bureaucracy remains. Just so, having come with a Ukrainian passport to the consulate of the Russian Federation or the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, it will not work to take the oath and obtain citizenship. And in order to reach this final stage, you will have to run and wait a lot. And preferably in Siberia, here it goes faster. If of. work on the status of the RWP (for which you also need documents, registration and time paid with state debt), follow the website, call and find out how a personal matter is moving in requesting the right to receive RF citizenship, come to the Ministry of Internal Affairs every day, do not pull with documents and payment of state duty, you can get a passport of the Russian Federation (provided that the participant in the voluntary resettlement of compatriots) for 12-13 months as crossed the border and was in Russia. The remaining mechanisms for obtaining Russian citizenship are longer and depend on the geography of residence in Russia.
      1. Berber
        Berber 24 October 2017 09: 20 New
        +1
        Yes that's right. I think that there should be a separate procedure for the Russians. At least to support this, the state-forming nation.
        1. Gray brother
          Gray brother 24 October 2017 09: 55 New
          +1
          Quote: BerBer
          I think that for Russians there should be a separate procedure

          Hello, come. The accelerated procedure has existed for many years.
  3. stolz
    stolz 24 October 2017 09: 16 New
    0
    Quote: Balu
    Quote: Stolz
    And in what other country is there something similar?

    USA

    Now it’s clear where the wind blows and from whom our leadership takes an example
    1. SERGUS
      SERGUS 24 October 2017 16: 35 New
      0
      Yeah, I just imagine how the Uzbek in broken Russian swears to defend the independence of the Russian Federation and its interests laughing
  4. hjlbyf1981
    hjlbyf1981 24 October 2017 09: 18 New
    0
    It is high time. it is necessary to freely give citizenship to Ukrainians, Kazakhs and Belarusians. in 30 years, Russians will become 200 million. The territory will increase from 17 to 20 million km squared. after 40 years, we are again the size of the Russian Empire until revolutionary times. after 50 years, we will again be able to dominate 70% of the planet, throwing into the world some kind of new invented theory such as communism (how Lenin uprooted the planet ??? !!! greatly triple !!! you don’t worry about theories; we always had a lot of them. again, we will begin to compete (in military and economic terms) with some kind of global planetary military monster (I wonder which country this time will be in the role of a monster ???). again, of course, we will defeat and protect the world from the aggressor, again honor and respect for 50 years, again scientific breakthroughs (such as Gagarin and satellite) ... then of course the crisis, a new perestroika (or Maidan), again the dashing 90s and the civil war and corrupt elites fleeing the cordon and again the arrival of a new strong leader. then repeat again ??? :)
    1. Nevsky_ZU
      Nevsky_ZU 24 October 2017 09: 29 New
      +7
      It is high time. you need to freely give citizenship to the Ukrainians Kazakhs and Belarus.

      Well, Belarusians and Kazakhs, unlike Ukrainians, have had a green light for a long time. When I moved to Novosibirsk for permanent residence from Ukraine, I noticed that many Russians from Kazakhstan even sometimes are in no hurry to apply for Russian citizenship, and not because they are not patriots of Russia, but because such liberal and mild conditions for immigrants from these countries, that you can work officially on the passport of Kazakhstan on a par with citizens of the Russian Federation, with the exception of the civil service, of course. I obtained citizenship for 13 months, but these were hot 13 months, flew like a comet, so long as I was not deported back to the country of eternal Maidan, and my work colleague, who came to Russia on 1,5 of the year before me, but from Kazakhstan, only began to apply for citizenship. My question is: why do you telle for so long? He answered, they say, there is no time, work, now spree with friends ... And then I appreciated the advantages of the Customs Union finally. And sometimes I still have nightmares that I didn’t bring all the certificates to the FMS, and they deport me to Ukraine, or I’ll be back in Ukraine somehow. Once I even had to get out of bed at night, open the blinds, see the night lights of Novosibirsk, in order to calm down ... that you are not in Ukraine. wassat
    2. Winnie76
      Winnie76 24 October 2017 11: 34 New
      0
      Quote: hjlbyf1981
      It is high time. you need to freely give citizenship to the Ukrainians Kazakhs and Belarus.

      What are you saying? And if you think about it?
      Do you need to allocate money for the arrangement? Do you have extra money in the budget?
      Do you need to provide honey service at the expense of the population? Do you have extra doctors in clinics? And to teach them how many, probably 7 years. And to build these clinics? Maybe there are extra builders? Are there any additional officials, traffic cops, teachers, educators, too? What about employment? Is there no unemployment in Russia?
      The same freshly baked Russians themselves will then whine that they can’t get to the doctor, they can’t sign up for kindergarten, they won’t get a job
      1. Mairos
        Mairos 24 October 2017 15: 18 New
        0
        No one offers the newly made to sit on the allowance - people will work.
    3. Mairos
      Mairos 24 October 2017 15: 17 New
      0
      Why the hell do you want the whole planet? Why do we need Africa, Asia? Do you want the free movement of a yard of Africans to Russia? Go through the forest!
  5. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 24 October 2017 09: 18 New
    0
    The right still needs to be earned.
    https://iz.ru/661138/aleksei-kupriianov/za-dengi-
    i-sviatyni
  6. Vitas
    Vitas 24 October 2017 09: 37 New
    0
    After the New Year, I hope I get it!
  7. Fedorov
    Fedorov 24 October 2017 09: 39 New
    +4
    This is all cool and right.
    It remains only to give the pill to the bureaucrats from the FMS. I beat my forehead against the wall for half a year. They don’t have enough - well, the exam in Russian is okay, where they decided to live, found a job, the resettlement program for compatriots is still in force. So no. They messed up something and come to Moscow, they gave the cabinet number, registration number and time 14-30. Are they completely crazy there? Do I need to sell an apartment? Or a car that would cover the costs, excuse Russian bureaucracy?
    Am I a Cheburek from Tajikistan or a refugee? He was born, lived, in the family all Russians ... What problems can be.
    No words, just expressions. sad And I asked the broadcasting GDP on the air, they didn’t voice it, so we are not important to you.
    1. Vitas
      Vitas 24 October 2017 09: 43 New
      +1
      I also ran into this! am
      1. Fedorov
        Fedorov 24 October 2017 09: 57 New
        +2
        But the flag is a tricolor, so it turned out?
        1. Nevsky_ZU
          Nevsky_ZU 24 October 2017 10: 09 New
          +1
          Quote: Fedorov
          But the flag is a tricolor, so it turned out?

          And you got it?
          The most dumb was when you stand in a queue at the FMS (almost no matter which office) and there someone starts listing which documents are still needed, which certificates, and within what period to submit. And the most interesting thing, it seems to be prepared, re-read the forums of "legal assistance to migrants" and the FMS sites, but then someone says in a crowd to another: by virtue of ..., "they will not be allowed without confirmation" and everything ... you are standing in a corkscrew, covered later fellow
          1. Fedorov
            Fedorov 24 October 2017 10: 31 New
            +2
            Nothing happened, I just didn’t go. A round-trip ticket, to live somewhere for three days (and my friends are all in the country, but not in Moscow) and something to eat-eat in Moscow is unprofitable in my case .. Therefore, I scored a bolt. I’ll start later from the beginning. Next time I’ll just go by car, I’ll eat where, I’ll have some food with me. I’ll bathe in the Moscow river, jump from the Borodino bridge (maybe younger if the old skin comes off) and the police will not take wink a joke of humor
    2. Winnie76
      Winnie76 24 October 2017 11: 46 New
      0
      Quote: Fedorov
      Am I a Cheburek from Tajikistan or a refugee? He was born, lived, in the family all Russians ... What problems can be.

      There are a million problems. Who will employ you, treat you, teach, teach, provide housing, who will bring you mail, pay a pension, conduct legal consultations, give birth and abortion, arrange for accidents, etc. And what kind of shisha all this will be done. And where will the additional schools, hospitals, MREO, MFC, clinics, dental offices come from?
  8. sauvage
    sauvage 24 October 2017 10: 10 New
    0
    Quote: Balu
    I am waiting for a decree on the procedure for deprivation of citizenship and passport for treason, anti-state activity, etc.
    After the deadline, fly to all 4 sides to the owners of the State Department! angry

    Russia will remain without a government.
  9. Fedorov
    Fedorov 24 October 2017 10: 14 New
    +2
    I’ll start fighting with the FMS in a new way in a year. Circumstances constraining, connected with Donbass. Although it would be possible to rush home to Siberia, and there as God willing. And from there it’s already tearful to ask - give citizenship, I was born here, studied at a Russian-Soviet school, I can show with my finger where, and teachers remember higher technical military education, not a terrorist, I can shoot (like mending, soldering) from "Buk "and not only, and cross stitch on enemy maps.
  10. Breard
    Breard 24 October 2017 11: 00 New
    0
    Well ... now the Chuchmeks will go to serve and restore order in the army in order to obtain citizenship .... Hmm and how is this different from Europe that the "refugees" paid for
  11. Altona
    Altona 24 October 2017 13: 23 New
    +2
    Quote: Cube123
    In the United States, a candidate for citizenship completely renounces his homeland and takes an oath with arms in his hands to protect the United States, including from his former compatriots

    ---------------------
    Ideally voiced conditions for apostates and traitors.
    1. Cube123
      Cube123 25 October 2017 09: 53 New
      +1
      Quote: Altona
      Quote: Cube123
      In the United States, a candidate for citizenship completely renounces his homeland and takes an oath with arms in his hands to protect the United States, including from his former compatriots

      ---------------------
      Ideally voiced conditions for apostates and traitors.

      It really is. Therefore, it becomes incomprehensible how, after taking such an oath, for example, by an immigrant from Russia, can he retain his Russian citizenship? This is a clear and convinced representative of the fifth column.
  12. Altona
    Altona 24 October 2017 13: 26 New
    +2
    Quote: Monos
    Acceptance of citizenship is not a draft in the Army.

    ------------------------------------
    For example, I generally swore allegiance to the Soviet people and the state, and I do not intend to violate the oath.
  13. staviator
    staviator 24 October 2017 16: 52 New
    +1
    [quote = himRa] Deprivation of citizenship of the Russian Federation ... it would be logical .... [/ qu
    It’s even more logical to abolish the second citizenship, or you’ve stolen it, you’ve left there. I’ve shamed him, poured slops over the country and dumped him, it has become bad to return. The neighbor has two passports, ours and 404. Here he works, he got married, and he dumps us in social networks, do we need such a citizen?