The Amendments To The Immigration Act

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Imigrācijas likumā

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/113058

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 521 Riga, July 12, 2005 (pr. No 40 36) amended the Immigration Act issued in the Republic of Latvia article 81 of the Constitution in order to make immigration law of the Republic of Latvia (Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 2002, nr. 24; 2003, 13, 16; 2004, nr. 10. No, no 2; 2005; Latvian journal, 2005, nr. 101.) the following amendments: 1. in article 4: Add to the second part of paragraph 6 by the following: "6) is a cruise ship passenger, if cruise ship port less than staying 72hours and foreigners is the eighth part of this article in the citizen or resident or a foreigner, who is granted a foreign or stateless persons refugee status."
Supplement to the eighth article as follows: "(8) the cabinet shall determine the list of States whose nationals and residents, confirming the invitation or call or issuing a visa or a residence permit, an additional assessment was required, as well as the necessary visa to enter the Republic of Latvia, a cruise ship passenger capacity in accordance with the first subparagraph of paragraph 6. Additional check to those foreigners who are abroad or stateless persons granted refugee status. "
2. transitional provisions be supplemented with 10 and 11 of the following paragraph: "10 Cabinet until December 1, 2005 issued to this law, in article 4, the provisions referred to in eighth.
11. Article 4 of this law Until the eighth Cabinet referred to the entry into force of the day, but no longer than up to 2005 30 November visa required and additional check to their citizens and residents of the Cabinet of Ministers of 15 April 2003, regulations No. 183 "invitation approval procedure ' '. ''
Prime Minister a. Halloween — Minister for the Interior traffic Minister a. shlesers Editorial Note: rules shall enter into force on 23 July 2005.