According to Russian law, each person must be registered at one or another address. This rule is especially strictly observed in Moscow, where it is very difficult to get a job without a city or regional registration. How can you register in this city?
It is necessary
- - passport;
- - permission from the owner;
- - agreement on the use of housing;
- - lease contract;
- - certificate of ownership.
Decide which registration you need - permanent or temporary. Both give the right to stay and work in Moscow, and a temporary one can be issued without losing a residence permit in another region, if you have one. If you rent a house, the second option is more realistic for you - the owner is unlikely to agree to register you in his apartment on a permanent basis.
Collect the required documents. You will need to secure the written consent of the owner, and for temporary registration in a communal apartment - all roommates. Also, if you are applying for a permanent residence permit, in Moscow you will need to draw up an agreement on the use of housing. It does not have to be certified by a notary; the signatures of the people between whom the agreement is concluded is sufficient. If you already have a lease, then it will be enough. A new agreement is necessary if, for example, you live with friends for free. Take a copy of the apartment title deed and add it to the existing documents.
Visit your local department of the Federal Migration Service or the Unified Clearing House. Submit all documents and fill out a special application for temporary or permanent registration. Pay the appropriate government fee and leave your passport there for the registration stamp.
After the period indicated to you, pick up your passport from a government institution. You will be deemed to be officially registered at the selected address. If you have issued a temporary registration, then you will need to renew it after each expiration.