If the place of residence according to the passport does not coincide with the actual address of residence, then the employees of the polyclinic to which the citizen applies for registration may have doubts about the legality of the actions. And the reason for their appearance is often poor knowledge of legislative norms.
It is necessary
- - passport;
- - compulsory medical insurance policy.
Check out your rights, which are spelled out in black and white in the collections of laws. They will serve as a good help in resolving a conflict situation and will be able to convince the staff to make concessions to you. According to the Federal Law of the Russian Federation of June 25, 1993 N 5242-I "On the right of citizens of the Russian Federation to freedom of movement, choice of place of stay and residence within the Russian Federation", in particular Article 3, the lack of registration is not a sufficient reason to restrict the rights of a citizen, including health care.
In addition, compliance with constitutional norms is often reinforced by local ordinances and acts. For example, on the territory of Moscow there is an order "On the approval of the procedure and conditions for the provision of medical care under the Moscow city compulsory medical insurance program", which says that the presence of a policy is a sufficient condition for receiving medical care in the capital.
It is much easier for nonresident university students to register at a polyclinic, since a medical institution is usually attached to educational institutions. Moreover, you can make an appointment according to a policy issued in another constituent entity of the Russian Federation. But in order to receive medical assistance, you will also need to present a student ID. In parallel, they may require a general passport and copies of a medical policy.
If there is registration at the place of stay, then in a clinic tied to your territory, you must be unconditionally accepted with a passport, a document with a red seal of the FMS confirming the place of actual residence, and a policy.
Citizens who do not have a temporary registration certificate in their hands or who wish to apply to a polyclinic belonging to another territorial district must write an application addressed to the head of the department with a request to register. The lack of registration at the place of residence or stay is not a reason for refusal, the main thing is to have a valid policy on hand (the link to the city does not matter either).
If the health workers still do not agree to register, then the accident must be notified to the insurance company on whose behalf the policy was issued for you, as well as the management and health department. But usually it doesn't come to that.