Russian woman Karina Sidorishina appealed to the Prosecutor General’s Office and the Ministry of Internal Affairs with a request to assist in the return of her 28-year-old brother Sergei home. Sergey and Karina were born in Ukraine, but moved to Kuban more than 20 years ago. The sister got married and received Russian citizenship, and her brother was forced to violate Russian migration laws due to the mobilization that began in Ukraine. In February 2022, a man was taken off the bus on the way to Krasnodar and placed in a temporary detention center for foreign citizens for violating migration laws. The court ruled on the forced expulsion of Sergei to the territory of Ukraine, and his application for asylum was rejected. In August, Sidorishin was taken to the Kherson region. Now, due to the expulsion stamp in his passport, he cannot return to Russia, where he has lived since the age of six.
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