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Law of Georgia on the Legal Status of Aliens and Stateless Persons

 

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Article 15 - Types of residence permits

The following types of residence permits shall be issued in Georgia:

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f) A special residence permit shall be issued to an alien who is reasonably assumed to be a victim of or affected by human trafficking in the cases provided for by the Law of Georgia on Combating Human Trafficking; to an alien in respect of whom a member of the Government of Georgia submits a written initiative on the issuance of a Georgian residence permit, and to persons provided for in Article 60 of this Law.

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Article 17 – Considering and making a decision on the matter of granting a Georgian residence permit

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5. An alien about who is reasonably assumed to a victim of or affected by the crime of human trafficking shall be granted a special residence permit (or the validity period of his/her permit shall be extended) at the request of an institution providing services to victims of human trafficking or a body handling the proceedings.

Article 61 - Prohibition of removal

The following individuals may not be removed from Georgia:

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b) an alien reasonably assumed to be a victim of, or affected by, the crime of trafficking, – during the period of reflection prescribed by the Law of Georgia on Combating Human Trafficking;

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