What changes await Kazakhstanis from April 1

1 April 2022 14:58

What changes await Kazakhstanis from April 1

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – What changes await the people of Kazakhstan from April 1, Kazinform correspondent will tell.

The acceptance of documents for enrollment in the first classes starts. This was reported in the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan. As noted in the department, children from the age of 6 are accepted for enrollment. For enrollment, the following package of documents is required: a statement from the parent or legal representative of the child; a copy of the child’s birth certificate; a document on the state of health in the form 026 / y-3 and in the form 063 / y; two photographs of the student sized 3×4.

From April 1, Kazakhstanis do not need PCR tests when entering Russia by land. This is stated in the resolution of the Chief State Sanitary Doctor of the Russian Federation No. 10 dated March 30, 2022. According to the document, citizens of the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (including Kazakhstan) entering Russia through land checkpoints, from April 1, 2022, may not take a coronavirus test and fill out the corresponding questionnaire.

Also from April 1, sufficiency thresholds have been increased. Now, in order to withdraw part of the pension savings ahead of schedule, 20-year-old Kazakhstanis need to accumulate more than 3.1 million tenge on their pension account. The sufficiency threshold for 30-year-olds is 4.37 million, for 40-year-olds – 5.79 million tenge.

From April 1, the agreement between the government of Kazakhstan and the government of the Republic of Korea on the mutual abolition of visa requirements is being renewed. Under such conditions, Kazakhstanis will be able to stay in South Korea for up to 30 days.

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