Six of Mormons from the United States expelled from the Russian Federation

Adherents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived in the Samara region to attract new adherents to their sect.

From Samara region deported six foreigners - Mormons. All adherents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are US citizens, each of the sectarians are not older than 25 years. According to a source in law enforcement bodies, young people came from the United States to Samara, to bring to your organization’s new people.

- The main purpose of the foreigners were students and people who could become informants - employees of enterprises or regime officials - said a source in the police LIFE - Mormons in the region are periodically held meetings and seminars. The holding of such meetings often involved followers from America. Before going to Russia all of them are special courses to learn the Russian language and cultural traditions of the country.

As we know, the Americans, Mormons do not stay long in one region - they are constantly changing their place of residence. Moreover, followers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, contrary to Russian law does not stand on the migration registration.

Nevertheless, law enforcement agencies were able to identify in the Samara region of six Mormons from the United States who have violated immigration laws of our country. The District Court ordered the foreigners to leave the territory of the Russian Federation. In addition, American Mormons banned from entering our country for five years. The Americans tried to challenge the decision in the regional court, but the attempts were unsuccessful - the Regional Court upheld the decision of the district intact.

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