A residence permit in Belarus is issued to foreigners who arrive in Belarus for a period of more than 90 days a year. It can be obtained for six categories of persons: students in Belarus, relatives of citizens of Belarus, those who carry out economic or labor activities in Belarus, who have real estate, who want to invest in the Belarusian economy.
It is necessary
- To obtain a residence permit, you must provide the following documents:
- 1. application for a residence permit;
- 2. autobiography;
- 3. passport;
- 4. a document on a criminal record or lack thereof;
- 5. medical certificate;
- 6. 6 color photographs, size 40 x 50 mm;
- 7. document confirming the legality of stay in Belarus;
- 8. document confirming the possibility of living at the place of intended residence in Belarus;
- 9. national passport;
- 10. sheet of departure from the previous place of residence;
- 11. document confirming the payment of the state duty.
A residence permit in Belarus is necessary for a foreigner to legally stay on the territory of this republic. This document and its status provides its owner with all the rights that Belarusians have. To obtain a residence permit, you need to have a foreign passport.
The following categories of people can obtain a residence permit in Belarus:
1. students at the university of the republic (for the period of study);
2. relatives of citizens of Belarus, their husbands or wives;
3. for doing business, carrying out labor activities;
4. having real estate on the territory of the republic on the right of private property and living in it;
5. Those wishing to invest in the economy of Belarus (in the amount of at least 150,000 euros).
All documents (mentioned above) must be submitted to the Citizenship and Migration Department of the area where you are supposed to live and fill out forms and questionnaires. In part, they must be in Belarusian, so you need help. The residence permit will be ready in about 30 days after all documents have been submitted. It is given for two years, after this period it can be extended for another five years.