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    Quote Originally Posted by SV1973a View Post
    Wait a minute.
    I have the TRP (since October 2009), I do have a WP, and I am a highly-qualified specialist (diploma was `nostrified` as a M.Sc. in Engineering degree by the Russian Ministery of Education).
    My salary is well above the 70kUSD.

    Here comes my question : can I apply for the PRP now, with these new rules as indicated above ?
    Stated above changes in migration legislation will come in force since 1st of July 2010. At present the situation is that, what even employees of have no accurate understanding on functioning of this innovation. However there is an assumption that the given order will already extend on again submitted documents. I.e. you personally or your employer should declare you as the highly-qualified specialist by giving of data in state structures and already after official registration as the highly-qualified specialist you can submit new package of documents for issuing WPD (by the way period of validity WPD will be increased till 3 years) and on PRP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Mitina View Post
    Stated above changes in migration legislation will come in force since 1st of July 2010. At present the situation is that, what even employees of have no accurate understanding on functioning of this innovation. However there is an assumption that the given order will already extend on again submitted documents. I.e. you personally or your employer should declare you as the highly-qualified specialist by giving of data in state structures and already after official registration as the highly-qualified specialist you can submit new package of documents for issuing WPD (by the way period of validity WPD will be increased till 3 years) and on PRP.
    That would really make my life in this country a whole lot easier.
    I intend to investigate this, and see if it is possible for me to apply for PRP (immediately) as a `highly qualified` foreigner.
    I guess that so far nobody (not even in FMS) is aware of the practical details.
    I had a look at the text of this law, and it is all still a bit unclear to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SV1973a View Post
    That would really make my life in this country a whole lot easier.
    I intend to investigate this, and see if it is possible for me to apply for PRP (immediately) as a `highly qualified` foreigner.
    I guess that so far nobody (not even in FMS) is aware of the practical details.
    I had a look at the text of this law, and it is all still a bit unclear to me.
    There are too much innovations and it will take time to see how it work, if you will have any questions you can ask me to clarify, maybe i will help you

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