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What is the change? The State Migration Service has shortened the accepted period of validity of notarized documents.
What does the change mean? Applicants must submit notarized supporting documents within three months of the dates when they are notarized. Previously, they were allowed up to six months.
Background: The State Migration Service has changed its policy as an internal rule. It has not been announced or published and is subject to change.
BAL Analysis: Companies sponsoring foreign nationals and submitting notarized documents should be aware of the greater time sensitivity of document validity.
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