Praxis Watch

Monday, 3 June 2013

Registration of Permanent Residence at the Address of Social Welfare Centre Still Unattainable in Practice

The attempts of S. S. and T. S, residents of the informal settlement, to register the permanent residence at the address of social welfare centre show that this legal possibility is still a dead letter.

The head of the Legal Service in the Social Welfare Centre Cukarica insisted that clients should first obtain the certificate of the Ministry of Interiors on the lack of registration of permanent residence in the territory of the Republic of Serbia (referring to the Instruction of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Policy) and only then should they address SWC with the request for registration of permanent residence at the address of SWC. However, Praxis lawyer referred to the legal obligation of this body to receive the request of the client, so the requests were submitted on that occasion with the note of the employee that they still did not have certain code for such cases.

In addition, S.S. and T.S.  addressed the Belgrade Police Department in Ljermontova Street with the request for issuance of the certificate on the lack of registration of permanent residence in the territory of the Republic of Serbia. The employee and the head of the Police Administration were confused about such request and referred the clients to address them through the office for receiving requests, because they had not acted upon such request so far. On that occasion, Praxis lawyer drew up written requests for issuance of certificates for S.S. and T.S. and the outcome will be probably known after consulting the Ministry of Interior in relation to the manner of acting.

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