Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 29 April 2003 Regulations No 216 "procedures Used, Maintain And Update The List Of Foreigners, Which Restricted Immigration Into The Republic Of Latvia"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2003.gada 29.aprīļa noteikumos Nr.216 "Kārtība, kādā izmanto, uztur un aktualizē sarakstu par ārzemniekiem, kuriem aizliegta ieceļošana Latvijas Republikā"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 827, 2004 in Riga in October (5. No 58 18) the amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 April 2003 regulations No 216 "procedures used, maintain and update the list of foreigners who are banned entry to the Republic of Latvia" Issued under the immigration law article 3, third paragraph, and article 62 of the second part of the draw of the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 April 2003 regulations No 216 "procedures used, maintain and update the list of foreigners who are banned entry to the Republic of Latvia" (Latvian journal in 2003, 65 no) the following amendments: 1. Add to paragraph 7 to the third sentence by the following: "On the decisions taken by the Minister for the Interior administration shall inform the provider of the information."
2. Make paragraph 8 by the following: ' 8. If exceptionally you need to immediately update the registry entry ban to ensure national security and public order, the protection of the Constitution, the Director of the national police, the State security police or border guard Chief shall inform in writing the Minister for the Interior. If the Minister decides to update the entry ban, the decision to send a copy to the management escalation. The Minister of the Interior Minister for the Interior of the decisions adopted by the authorized officer shall inform the provider of the information. "
Prime Minister i. Emsis Interior Minister er ivry Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 8 October 2004.