Passeport indices

Passeport indices





Objectif(s)

Aider le consommateur à bien connaître les vitamines afin de les adapter au mieux dans son l'alimentation quotidienne et avoir quelques repères essentiels pour d'autres besoins de l'organisme.



Contenu

Ce petit livret de 11 pages (15cm x 10,5cm) porte sur les principaux bienfaits des vitamines (A, B, C, D, E, K) sur la santé et explique où les trouver. Il présente différents tableaux permettant de connaître les besoins journaliers de chacun et donne des points de repères.



Observations du Comité Paritaire

Document d'information à visée pédagogique bien conçu. Ce livret est bien élaboré, bien organisé et bien hiérarchisé. Les différentes informations sur les vitamines et où les trouver sont claires, concrètes, lisible, de compréhension facile et adaptées à la cible. Les différentes illustrations et les encadrés en couleurs rendent l'outil plus explicite et convivial incitant ainsi à la lecture.



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This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia's quality standards, as it is partially a machine translation. You can help. The discussion page may contain suggestions. (September 2016)
Russian passport
The front cover of a contemporary Russian biometric passport.
Date first issued 1 March 2010
Issued by Russian Federation
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification of Russian citizens
Eligibility requirements Russian Federation citizenship
Expiration 10 years (biometric), 5 years (non-biometric)
Cost 3500 rubles for biometric passport, 2000 rubles for non biometric

Russian passport

  1. had signed a contract with the government allowing access to state secrets with provision restricting his/her right to leave the country, until the restriction is lifted as specified in the contract;
  2. has been conscripted to the military or alternative civil service, until the completion of service;
  3. is a defendant under criminal prosecution, until the verdict is reached;
  4. is convicted of a crime, until completion of serving time or acquittal;
  5. is avoiding obligations imposed by the court, until fulfilling the obligations or achieving consent between the parties;
  6. provided false information in his/her application, until the situation is deemed resolved by the processing agency;
  7. is employed by the Federal Security Service, until the expiration of contract;
  8. has been declared bankrupt, until the settlement is reached by the court of arbitration.

History[edit]

Russian Empire[edit]

проезжих

Under the legislation in force for the period of 1906 in Russia in the place of residence, as a general rule, the passport is not required. The exception is the capital and other cities, declared an emergency situation or enhanced protection. In addition, in areas that are subject to the rules on the supervision of industrial establishments, the workers of factories and plants are required to have a passport, and in the place of permanent residence. You do not need a passport when absence from the place of permanent residence: 1) within the district and outside it as recently as 50 vents and no more than 6 months, and 2) from the persons hired for rural work, - in addition, within the townships adjacent to the county of residence, even if more than 6 months.

Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic[edit]

The Russian Federation[edit]

Description[edit]

  • Photograph
  • Type of document ("P" for "passport")
  • Code of the issuing country (always 'RUS')
  • Passport number
  • Surname
  • Given name(s)
  • Nationality (always 'Russian Federation')
  • Date of birth (DD.MM.YYYY format)
  • Place of birth
  • Sex
  • Date of issue
  • Date of expiration
  • Authority
  • A facsimile of the owner's signature, scanned from the application form

At the bottom of the data page is a machine-readable zone, which can be read both visually and by an optical scanner. The machine-readable zone consists of two lines. There are no blank spaces in either line. A space which does not contain a letter or a number is filled with "<".

The first line of the machine-readable zone contains a letter to denote the type of travel document ("P" for passport), the code for the citizenship of the passport holder ("RUS" for "Russian Federation"), and the name (surname first, then given names) of the passport holder.

The second line of the machine-readable zone contains the passport number (supplemented by a check digit), the code of the issuing country ("RUS" for "Russian Federation"), the date of birth of the passport holder (supplemented by a check digit), a notation of the sex/gender of the passport owner ("M" or "F"), the date of expiration of the passport (supplemented by a check digit), and, at the very end of the line, one or more overall check digits.

A signature page has a line for the signature of a passport holder. A passport is not valid unless it is signed by the passport owner (except for passport owners under age of 14).

Visa-free travel[edit]

Foreign travel statistics[edit]

Foreign travel statistics
Destination Number of visitors from Russia
 Abkhazia 3,285,377
 American Samoa[7] 8
 Argentina[note 1][8] 8,138
 Armenia 359,213
 Aruba[note 1][9] 968
 Australia[note 1][10] 13,200
 Austria[note 1][note 2][11] 313,406
 Azerbaijan[note 1][12] 685,555
 Bahamas[note 3][13] 1,958
 Belgium[14] 97,183
 Belarus[note 3][15] 1,107,571
 Bermuda[note 1][note 4][16] 101
 Bhutan[note 1][17] 269
 Bolivia[18] 1,786
 Bosnia and Herzegovina[note 1][19] 3,395
 Botswana[20] 2,053
 Brazil[note 1][21] 25,644
 Bulgaria[note 1][22] 493,989
 Cambodia[note 1][23] 55,500
 Canada[note 1][24] 20,785
 Cayman Islands[note 1][note 4][25] 81
 Chile[note 1][26] 5,327
 China[note 1][27] 1,582,300
 Costa Rica[note 1][28] 4,018
 Croatia[note 1][29] 101,444
 Cuba[note 1][30] 43,387
 Cyprus[note 1][31] 524,853
 Czech Republic[note 1][32] 432,768
 Denmark 74,688
 Dominica[note 1][33] 44
 Dominican Republic[34] 71,572
 Ecuador[35] 7,313
 Egypt[note 1][36] 2,338,900
 Estonia[note 1][note 2][37] 186,061
 Finland[note 2][38][39] 351,721
 France[40] 674,000
 French Polynesia[note 1][41] 448
 Georgia[note 1][42] 926,144
 Germany[note 1][43] 676,586
 Greece[note 1][44] 512,789
 Guam[note 1][note 4][45] 3,081
 Guatemala[46] 2,576
 Hong Kong[note 1][47] 151,469
 Hungary[48] 145,431
 Iceland[note 1][49] 4,877
 India[note 1][50] 172,419
 Indonesia[51] 96,329
 Israel[note 1][52] 414,700
 Italy[note 1][53] 832,000
 Jamaica[note 1][54] 971
 Japan[note 1][55] 54,365
 Jordan[note 1][56] 22,020
 Kazakhstan 3,560,089
 Kyrgyzstan[57] 528,700
 Laos[note 1][58] 12,532
 Latvia[note 1][note 2][59] 203,732
 Lithuania[note 1][60] 149,700
 Macao[note 1][61] 22,844
 Macedonia[note 1][62] 4,325
 Malaysia[note 1][63] 55,263
 Maldives[note 1][64] 44,323
 Malta[note 1][65] 21,615
 Malawi[note 5][66] 154
 Mauritius[note 1][67] 11,444
 Mexico[note 4][68] 85,006
 Moldova[note 1][69][70] 258,320
 Montenegro[note 2][71] 318,375
 Mongolia[note 1][72] 70,668
 Myanmar[note 1][73] 4,138
 Namibia[note 1][74] 2,943
 Netherlands[75] 196,000
 New Zealand[note 1][76] 4,464
 Nicaragua[note 1][77] 2,004
 Northern Mariana Islands[note 1][78] 1,374
 Norway 178,302
 Oman[note 3][79] 3,326
 Pakistan[note 5][80] 2,500
 Palau[note 1][81] 407
 Panama[note 1][82] 4,525
 Papua New Guinea[note 1][83] 426
 Peru[note 1][84] 8,145
 Philippines[note 1][85] 25,278
 Poland[note 1][86] 2,099,919
 Portugal[note 1][87] 98,000
 Romania[note 1][88] 24,384
 Serbia[note 1][note 2][89] 50,571
 Seychelles[note 1][90] 12,222
 Singapore[note 1][91] 63,842
 Slovakia[note 1][92] 29,664
 Slovenia[note 1][93] 56,156
 South Africa[note 1][94] 7,244
 South Korea[note 1][95] 121,380
 South Ossetia 502,108
 Spain[96] 1,420,467
 Sri Lanka[note 1][97] 61,846
 Suriname[note 1][98] 74
 Sweden 90,531
  Switzerland 299,157
 Taiwan[note 1][99] 7,808
 Tajikistan 157,858
 Tanzania[note 3][100] 4,021
 Thailand[note 1][101] 884,085
 Tunisia[note 1][102] 53,000
 Turkey[note 1][103] 3,649,003
 Ukraine[note 1][104] 1,231,035
 United Arab Emirates[note 1][105] 482,300
 United Kingdom[note 1][106] 164,000
 United States[107] 356,492
 Uruguay[note 1][108] 3,114
 Uzbekistan 127,694
 Venezuela[note 3][109] 9,035
 Vietnam[note 1][110] 338,843

Types of passports[edit]

  • Depictions of the different types of Russian passports
  • Cover of a Russian Diplomatic e-Passport

  • Cover of a Russian Service e-Passport

Issue Time[edit]

However, in practice, some consulates require an appointment to be made prior to the applicant being able to provide documents to apply for the passport, in some cases, appointments can only be available many months or even possibly years into the future, effectively undoing the upper limit for a timely issuance of the travel document.

See also[edit]

  • Soviet Union passport
  • Visa requirements for Russian citizens
  • Identity card of the Russian Armed Forces
  • Internal passport of Russia
  • Universal electronic card
  • Visa policy of Russia
  • Passport system in the Soviet Union
  • Migration card
  • Propiska in the Soviet Union
  • Wolf ticket (Russia)
  • 101st kilometre
  • Closed cities

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Passports of Russia.
  • Statute on the Russian federation citizen's passport (in Russian).
  • Federal Law On the Entry in the Russian Federation and Departure from the Russian Federation (.doc in Russian).
  • Federal Law On the State Border of the Russian Federation (.doc in Russian).
  • How to Apply for a Russian Passport.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_passport



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