LEGAL EXPERTISE
POLITICAL OR HUMANITARIAN
ASYLUM IN GEORGIA
In accordance with the 1951 UN Convention on the Rights of Refugees and the Organic Law of Georgia 'On International Protection,' any foreign citizen has the right to apply to the authorities of Georgia for Asylum.

This process involves a distinctive mechanism for international protection or humanitarian status UN.
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ASYLUM IN GEORGIA
LEGAL EXPERTISE
INTERNATIONAL
CRIMINAL LAW
The International Criminal Police Organisation plays a crucial role in facilitating international cooperation among law enforcement agencies. Being listed in the Interpol database can significantly impact a person's everyday life:

  • Declined in residency or naturalisation
  • Declined Visa
  • Banks, Business Registration, Licences, Accreditation, Business Pertnership&Common Projects, etc.
  • Can be arrested while travelling
  • Extradition
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INTERPOL
ENTRANCE
REFUSAL ON THE
STATE BORDER
The Georgian Border Security Service has the right to review the purpose of a visit and other legal grounds for entry into Georgia. Unfortunately, some foreigners may be refused entry for various reasons:

Despite the outlined legal reasons for refusal, many individuals face a vague justification: "Other reasons envisaged by Georgian legislation." The most common issue cited is a probable violation of the Law of Georgia on Occupied Territories, which strictly restricts economic activities and free movement in these territories.

There are additional circumstances under which entry can be denied, such as: Pending criminal proceedings for international crimes, including terrorism, drug trafficking, and human trafficking (Article 3 of the Georgian Law on the Legal Status of Aliens and Stateless Persons).
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ACCESS TO TERRITORY
RESIDENCE
PERMIT REFUSAL
Obtaining a residence permit in Georgia can be a complex process, and in some cases, applicants may face refusal from the authorities. However, the law provides an avenue for appealing such decisions through the court system.

The Georgian government has tightened the regulations surrounding residence permits in recent years.

Some of the common grounds for refusal include:
  • Conviction for a criminal offense committed within the last 5 years
  • Expulsion from Georgia by an authorized body
  • Providing false information in the application
  • Posing a threat to state security or public interest
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CONTACTS
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