When moving to another country, even if it is a country from the near abroad, it is imperative to obtain a residence permit. This is necessary so that there are no problems with employment and finding suitable housing. And also so that there are no problems with law enforcement agencies.
The main requirement for those arriving in the Republic of Kazakhstan and wishing to obtain a residence permit is proof of their solvency. In order to obtain a residence permit, you need to submit a number of documents. It includes an application form (a form in the established form is issued by the migration police); an identity document (this is an internal passport and its copy); marriage certificate or birth certificate of children (if you are moving with your family); application for permanent residence in the Republic of Kazakhstan addressed to the head of the Migration Police Department; four photographs 3, 5x4, 5 centimeters; detailed autobiography; certificate of good conduct; medical certificate; consent from the owner of the housing in which you intend to live; receipt of payment of state duty; a document confirming your solvency.
In order to start applying for a residence permit, you need to officially reside in the country for at least three years. Officially, this means that upon arrival you draw up a temporary registration and regularly renew it at the time when it is necessary. After, on the basis of these papers, it will be possible to prove that you are in the country for the required time.
If you complied with all the conditions of stay on the territory of the Republic and did not violate the current legislation, then the migration police body is obliged to issue you a permit for permanent residence in the country.
You may be denied permission for the following reasons: if you are an illegal migrant, a person released from prison, a person who has committed crimes against humanity, persons who have not provided proof of their solvency, a carrier of a virus that can cause an epidemic. Remember that you only need to submit documents in person. Because the Consulate General does not bear any responsibility for lost documents that were sent by mail.