Is it possible to leave Belarus through debt in 2017.
Now the season of holidays and many Russians are going on vacation abroad. But, alas, not everyone will be able to reach their destination. After all, several million residents of our country for various reasons are banned from leaving the country. And the situation from the clip of the band Leningrad “Ecstasy”, when a person is not allowed into the plane because of a debt of 20 thousand rubles – is not uncommon.
Below you will learn how to find out about your debts before buying a ticket, in which cases you can go abroad with debts and whether the scheme works with the Republic of Belarus.
According to Article 15 of Federal Law No. 114-FZ “On the procedure for leaving the Russian Federation and entry into the Russian Federation”, it is impossible to leave the Russian borders:
1. To people who had access to state secrets (only 1 and 2 forms of admission, with the third one possible). Usually the period of the ban (prescribed in the employment contract) is five years after the last acquaintance with the secret information. In special cases, the period can be extended.
2. Persons undergoing military service on conscription or alternative civilian service;
3. Suspected and accused of crimes;
4. Convicted for the commission of a crime before serving (punishment) or release from it;
5. Persons who have not fulfilled any obligations to the court;
6. Informing about themselves deliberately false information when processing documents for departure. The ban is valid until new documents are issued;
Now, more on the fifth point. First, it can concern people on whom the court imposed non-property obligations. Examples: publicly apologize to the person insulted by you, move out of the ex-husband’s apartment, remove other people’s photos from your site, paint over the obscene inscription on the fence.
Secondly, people who owe someone more than 10 thousand rubles. Perhaps in December 2017 the threshold of the minimum “restricted travel” will be raised to 30 thousand rubles.
But the presence of debts or other obligations does not guarantee that a person is deployed on the border. For this we need a ban on leaving.
According to the FSSP, in June 2017, 1.6 million Russians were banned from leaving the country, and this number is growing, because only six months ago there were only a million of them. Debtors are much more. At the end of 2016, there were 79 million “executive manufactures in execution” in the FSSP base (there may be several for one person).
Go to the official site of the FSSP, indicate in the form your name, birth date and region of residence. Some debts can be paid directly on the site.
But it is better to pay your debts before they reach the bailiffs. After all, if you fail to fulfill the decision of the court voluntarily (no more than five days from the receipt of the writ of execution), you will have to pay an executive fee of 7% of the debt amount (not less than 1000 rubles) + penalty for each day of delay 1 / 300 of the amount owed.
Debts to the tax, pension fund, utility providers, as well as debts on child support and fines can be found in your personal account at gosuslugi.ru before they reach the police station. You can pay them online.
You can get full information about your loans for free once a year. For this you need to apply to the Bureau of Credit Histories. Here are the contacts for different regions.
When the travel ban is imposed, the debtor is notified of this, but sometimes it can be lost by coincidence. An open base in which one could find out if a person is forbidden to travel abroad is not yet available.
There is an option to take a passport and come up with this question to the bailiff who is responsible for your enforcement proceedings. If you are willing to voluntarily pay the debt immediately or want to negotiate with the bailiff about installments in a few months, then this option suits you.
But if you still do not want to pay or you can not, then it’s better not to remind yourself once again. After all, it may be that the ban on leaving has not yet been imposed, since the bailiffs are helplessly overloaded with work. But after your treatment in the FSSP can out of harm quickly write a letter to the Border Guard Service to stimulate you to pay the debt. Some people already fell into such situations.
If you are communicative, and the bailiff comes across understands, then you can persuade him not to impose a ban on the time of your vacation. But if the ban is already imposed, then you have to pay the debt at once.
You can take a chance and go. There is a chance that everything will be fine. Especially if you agree in advance with the bailiff about the terms of debt repayment. But it is worth remembering that the ban on departure can be imposed at any time and you can lose money spent on travel.
You can pay anywhere, but you can leave only after you remove the ban on leaving the base of the Border Guard Service. Usually this process takes one or two weeks, but there were cases when due to technical problems it was extended for a month or more.
After paying the debt, you must inform your bailiff about this, so that he can lift the ban on leaving. This will speed up the process.
Perhaps next year at the border control points there will be offices of bailiffs in which it will be possible to lift the ban on leaving immediately after paying the debt.
For years, debtors have flown abroad through the Republic of Belarus and Kazakhstan. The most popular scheme is & # 8211; by plane to Minsk and from there to another country.
Residents of the Asian part of Russia bought tickets for the transit train (passports of transit passengers do not check for debts) through Kazakhstan, but they did not go out to the Russian city to which they bought the ticket, but in Kazakh.
Now with this complexity, since the border guards are actively working to unite the bases of debtors of the states of the customs union.
In June 2017, the forums began to appear reports that Russians with debts are deployed at border control in the Minsk airport. And on May 19, 2017, on the border of Russia and Kazakhstan, the train driver was removed from the train for a loan debt.
Some Schengen visa holders used the scheme: to buy a train ticket to Kaliningrad -> to present to the Russian customs office the railway terminal of the railway (a document that allows the passenger to travel in transit on the territory of another country without a visa) -> at the Lithuanian customs office to show a Schengen visa and leave in Vilnius, instead of Kaliningrad. News about the unsuccessful passage of this scheme has not yet been found.
But iPhones.ru is not responsible for its use. Before you use it, find the person who used it in the last month or two.
Travel around Russia. Inside the country, the debtor can move freely. If you are flying on an airplane to a Russian city, then pass only pre-flight inspection without border control and your passport is not checked on the FSSP basis. Similar layout when boarding a train or intercity bus.
Is it possible to leave Belarus through debt in 2017.