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Moscow/Political Asylum

(Extremely redacted and edited public version)
See also: Smuggling classified secret cyber documents to Russia

On June 8, 2016, I walked into the main KGB (FSB) building in Moscow and asked for political asylum. I had smuggled a Secret Document from the United States government to Russia which I gave to the KGB (FSB)

Actively seeking Russian political asylum (June 2016)


Lubyanka building
Where I entered the Lubyanka building twice. Location of the lawyer's office

Petr Pavlensky being arrested in front of the Lubyanka building

During Stalin's Great Purges. Lubyanka Building (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lubyanka_Building) was the main headquarters of the KGB (NKVD). Many prisoners were tortured in the building and executed. After the fall of the Soviet Union, the KGB was renamed the FSB.

In November 2015, Russian activist Petr Pavlensky https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petr_Pavlensky set fire to the door of the infamous FSB (KGB) Lubyanka building.

Walking into the infamous FSB (KGB) Lubyanka building (June 8?, 2016)

Lubyanka building door I entered
Layout of the inside of the Lubyanka building

Security tensions in this infamous building were high by June 2016.

On June 8?, 2016, after trying since arrival in Moscow to get the attention of the Russian intelligentsia, I entered this KGB building unannounced and stated that I wanted political asylum to the guard. The guard said he could not help me.

Amazingly, I was able to just walk out of the building and I was not detained.

Lawyer's office across the street from the FSB (KGB)
2018 update: As of 2018, this office location has been closed and has been extensively remodeled.
Lawyer's office across the street from FSB main building

I walked outside into the beautiful sunlight and immediately noticed a lawyer’s office directly across the street at Furkasovsky Lane, 3 (Фуркасовский переулок, 3). It was a pastel lime green building and had an old Soviet style lawyer's (юрист) sign above it - with no company name. The law offices have many names, including Боярцев и Партнеры and Legal Aid Center. Their site: http://www.urpark.ru

I entered the building and requested a lawyer's consultation.

Akob Edyardovich's business card
Business card with time to meet next

The secretary took me back to met Akob Edyardovich. There were several men in the office. I told him that I had just walked into FSB (KGB) Lubyanka building, this put everyone in the office in a panic. One man looked out the curtain window at the building across the street. They really were surprised. Akob agreed to help me with political asylum.

Contract for political asylum

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June 8 Receipt

Contract for political asylum

On June 8, 2016, Akob Edyardovich drew up a contract. For 500,000 rubles (approximately $8000 at the time) Edyardovich would help me get political asylum. I had read in the Moscow Times that it was impossible for Americans to get political asylum, even for Edward Snowden. But the end goal was not political asylum, the end goal was to put my name out their to those in power and show that I was dedicated completely and wholly to Russia.

I returned with 20,000 Rubles later. In another visit, Akob Edyardovich asked me to renounce my family and my ex-wife. I said no I could not.

I was explicitly warned (threatened) by Akob that I many lawyers like me are killed all the time in Russia.[1]

Akob told me not post any political comments on Facebook or social media. In response, I increased the number of Facebook political comments.

Application for political asylum (June 13, 2016)

This statement which was submitted to four Russian government organizations.

Application for political asylum

В УФМС Российской Федерации

Адрес; 109240, г. Москва,

ул. Верхняя Ршищевская, д. 4. стр.

Г-иа США Бзйли Трэвиса Ли



Я. Бэйлн Трэвис Ли. являюсь гражданином Соединенных Штатов Америки. Нахожусь на территории Российской Федерации с г. Настоящим заявление прошу предоставить мне политическое убежище на территории Российской Федерации.

до моет прибытии в Россию проживал на территории США. Однако с


органов США из-за своего несогласия с внешней политикой, которую на сегодняшний день пропагандирует Президент страны Барак Обама. Свое недовольство я. не таясь, всегда выражал вслух, так как являюсь специалистом по английскому язьпку‘ (профессором, преподавателем). публиковал школьную газе-ту с волнующей меня тематикой. В связи с этим мои политические взгляды не остались ие замеченными государственными структурами США. Я постоянно испытывал негативное отношение к себе. опасался за свою жизнь и безопасность. На сегодняшний день я лишен всего своего имущества (дом, автомобиль, личные вещи).

Приехав в Россию, понял. насколько эта страна отличается от Соединенных Штатов Америки своей доброжелательностью и отношением к своим граэкданам. Еще проживая в США. я изучал русскую тшасснческуто литературу. Уверен, что мои знания английского языка принесут пользу


In the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation; Address; 109240, Moscow, ul. Upper Rshischevskaya, 4. p.

Mr Bailey Travis Lee


I Bailey Travis Lee. I am a citizen of the United States of America. I am on the territory of the Russian Federation with Mr. Hereby I ask you to grant me political asylum in the territory of the Russian Federation.

Before Russia, I lived in the United States. However, in 2015 I began to be reinforced by the fact that the state party bodies of the United States because of their disagreement with foreign policy, which President Barack Obama is currently advocating. I am dissatisfied with myself. not concealing, always expressed aloud, because I am an expert in English poetry (professor, teacher). published a school gas-tu with an exciting topic. In this regard, my political views did not remain not seen by the US state structures. I was constantly feeling negative about myself. feared for his life and safety. To date, I have been deprived of all my possessions (house, car, personal belongings).

Arriving in Russia, I understood. how this country differs from the United States of America in its goodwill and attitude towards its people. Still living in the US. I studied Russian classic literature. I am confident that my knowledge of English will benefit

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Конституцией Российской Федерации определено. что в Рошснйской

Федерации гарантируются права н свободы человека н гражданина согласно общепризнанным принципам и нормам международного права (статья 17. часть Е); Российская Федерация предоставляет политическое убежище иностранным гражданам и лицам без гражданства в соответствии с общепризнанными нормами международного права (статья 63, часть 1).

Названным конституционным положениям корреспоидирует статья 14 Всеобщей декларации прав человека, провозглашающая право каждого искать убежище от преследования в других странах и пользоваться этим убежищем и устанавливающая. что это право не может быть использовано в случае преследования, в действительности основанного на совершении неполитического преступления или деяния, противоречащего птелям и принципам Организации Объединенных Наций. Право убежища закреплено также в Конвенции о статусе беженцев (1951 год) и Протоколе. касающемся статуса беженцев 0967 год), являющихся в силу статьи 15 (часть 4) Конституции Российской Федерации составной частью российской правовой системы.

Основания н порядок признания беженцем ва территории Российской Федерации, а также экономические, социальные и правовые гарантии зашиты прав н законных интересов беженцев установлены Федеральным законом от 190249925 М 4528-1 "О беженцах". Названный Федеральный закон. помимо предоставления иностранному гражданину или лицу без гражданства статуса беженца (статья 3). предусматривает также возможность предоставления данным лицам временного убежища, т.е. права временно пребывать на территории Российской Федерации (подпункт3 пункта 1 статьи 1. статья 12).

Согласно правовой позиции Конституционного Суда Российской Федерации. изложенной в определении от 30.09.2010 Ы 1317-О-П, отсутствие в указанных выше Федеральном’ а и конкретнзирующем его постановлении Правительства Российской Федерашти исчерпывающего


The Constitution of the Russian Federation is defined. that in Roshsy

Rights and freedoms of a person and a citizen under the universally recognized principles and norms of international law (Article 17. part E); The Russian Federation provides political asylum foreign citizens and stateless persons in accordance with the universally recognized norms of international law (art. 63, part 1).

The above constitutional provisions are corroborated by Article 14 The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proclaiming the right of everyone seek refuge from persecution in other countries and refuge and setting. that this right can not be used in the case of prosecution, in fact based on the commission of a non-political crime or an act that is contrary to the principles of the United Nations. The right of asylum is secured also in the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (1951) and the Protocol. concerning Status of Refugees 0967), which are in force under Article 15 (Part 4) The Constitution of the Russian Federation is an integral part of the Russian legal system.

The grounds and the procedure for the recognition of refugees by the territory of the Russian Federation Federation, as well as economic, social and legal guarantees of protection rights and legitimate interests of refugees are established by the Federal Law of 190249925 M 4528-1 "On refugees". The named Federal law. apart from granting a foreign citizen or stateless person a status refugee status (art. 3). provides for the possibility of providing given to temporary asylum seekers, i. the right to be temporarily territory of the Russian Federation (subparagraph 3 of paragraph 1 of Article 1. Article 12).

According to the legal position of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation Federation. stated in the definition of 30.09.2010 N 1317-O-P, the absence in the above-mentioned Federal Law and its specific The resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation exhaustive


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мировым сообществом. нормам международного права. При тшм принимается во внимание, что преследование направлено

непосредственно против лица. обратившегося с ходатайством о предоставлении политического убежищ

Условия предоставления возможности временного пребывания на территории Российской Федерации определяются постановлением Правительства РФ 303274 от 09.04.2001 года и Порядком предоставления временного убежища на территории Российской Федерации (в редакции Постановлений Правительства РФ от 28.03.2008 Ш 220, от 06.04.20! 1 Не 251. от 23.04.2012 К: 363).

В соответствии с пунктом 2 статьи 12 Федеральною закона "О беженцах" рременное убежище может бьгп. предоставлено иностранному гражданину или лицу без гражданства. если они имеют основания для признания беженцем, но ограничиваются заявлением в письменной форме с просьбой о предоставлении возможности временно пребывать на территории Российской Федерации (позшункт 1); либо не имеют оснований для признания беженцем. но из гуманных побуждении не могут быть выдворены (депортнровшты) зв пределы территории Российской Федерации (подпункт 2).

Предусмотренное подпунктом 2 пункта 2 статъи 12 данного Федерального закона основание предоставления иностранному гражданину или лицу без граишансгва временного убежища конкретизируется в пункте 711остановления Правительства Российской Федерации от 9 апреля 2001 года М 274 ‘О предоставлении временного убежища на территории Российской Федерации": временное убежище может быть предоставлено в случае существования гуманных причин, требующих временном пребывания липа на территории Российской Федерации (например, состояние здоровья). до устранения таких причин или изменения правового положения лица

Отсутствие н указанном Федеральном законе, а также конкретизирующем его Постановлении Правительства Российской Федерации исчерпывающего перечня обстоятельств. относящихся к гуманным побуждениям. достаточным для предоставления лицу временного убежища на территории Российской Федерации. не означает, однако,


world community. norms of international law. When tm is taken into account, that the pursuit is directed

directly against the person. who petitioned for granting of political asylums

Conditions for granting the possibility of temporary stay on territory of the Russian Federation Government of the Russian Federation 303274 of 09.04.2001 and the Procedure for Granting temporary asylum on the territory of the Russian Federation (in redaction Decrees of the Government of the Russian Federation of March 28, 2008 Sh 220, of 06.04.20! 1 Not 251. from 23.04.2012 К: 363).

In accordance with paragraph 2 of Article 12 of the Federal Law "On refugees "A temporary asylum may be granted to a foreign citizen or stateless person. if they have grounds for recognition as a refugee, but limited to a written statement with request for the possibility of temporary stay in the territory The Russian Federation (pos. 1); or have no basis for recognition as a refugee. but from humane motives can not be expelled (deportnirovshty) from the territory of the Russian Federation (subparagraph 2).

Provided by subparagraph 2 of clause 2 of article 12 of this The federal law provides for the granting of a foreign citizen or a person without a Greek temporary refuge is specified in paragraph 711 of the Government of the Russian Federation of April 9, 2001 year M 274 'On granting temporary asylum in the territory Russian Federation ": temporary asylum may be granted in If humane causes exist that require a temporary The presence of a lime tree on the territory of the Russian Federation (for example, health status). until such reasons are eliminated or legal position of a person

Absence of this Federal Law, as well as concretizing its Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation Federation of an exhaustive list of circumstances. relating to humane motives. sufficient to provide the person with a temporary asylum in the territory of the Russian Federation. does not mean, however,

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наличия у правопримеиителя неограниченной свободы усмотрения при

разрешении вопроса о предоставлении временного убежища, - принятие такого решения должно осуществляться с учетом правовой природы и предназначении: института временного убежища, а также конституционного принципа признания прав и свобод чсзювека высшей ценностью (статья 2 Конституции Российской Федерации).

По своей правовой природе временное убежище, предоставляемое в соответствии с подпунктом 2 пункта 2 статьи 12 Федерального закона ‘О беженцах", является мерой дополнительной защиты. препятствующей выдвореиию (депортации) лиц, не имеющих законных оснований для пребывания на территории Российской Федерации. однако, в силу сложной жизненной ситуации временного характера вынужденных находиться на территории Российской Федерации. Данный институт носит экстраординарный характер и действует наряду с общими основаниями легализации пребывания (проживания) иностранных прижми и лип без гражданства на территории Российской Федерации.

Исходя из изложенного, прошу предоставить мие политическое уймище в связи с обстоятельствами. изложенными мной в данном заявлении и по указанным основаниям.


1. Копия паспорта гражданина США 2. Копия визы

The right of the entre- preneur has unlimited freedom of resolution of the question of granting temporary asylum; Such a decision should be carried out taking into account the legal nature and the institution of temporary asylum, as well as the constitutional the principle of the recognition of the rights and freedoms of the citizen of the highest value (Article 2 Constitution of the Russian Federation).

By its legal nature, the temporary asylum granted in accordance with subparagraph 2 of paragraph 2 of Article 12 of the Federal Law 'On refugees ", is a measure of additional protection. expulsion (deportation) of persons who do not have legal grounds for stay on the territory of the Russian Federation. however, due to the complex life situation of a temporary nature forced to be on territory of the Russian Federation. This institute bears Extraordinary character and operates along with common grounds legalization of stay (residence) of foreign presses and limes without citizenship on the territory of the Russian Federation.

Proceeding from the foregoing, I ask you to provide me with a political a lot due to circumstances. as set forth by me in this application and for the reasons stated.


1. A copy of the passport of a US citizen 2. Copy of the visa

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Secret recordings in the KGB/FSB lawyer offices


I had 3 translators that helped me translate with the lawyers office across the street from the FSB:


First translator. Vlad is my first court appointed translator I had during my legal case against Language Link

Vlad - Picture from Instagram.
Darya (Dasha) Glishanova (Дарья Гришанова)

On July 11, 2016 I told Darya that I was recording the lawyer meetings by email and had her translate what was said in the meeting. Darya was a personal translator for FSB Lawyers. I met her at a meetup. She was the girlfriend on Nick, who I helped come to America. (See Clips below)

Darya Glishanova
Наталья Селуянова

A notary translated the information on my family, ex-wife, past political associations, where I once worked, and where I lived before.[2]

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Offered to teach English in the United State Embassy (June 16, 2016)

Kathleen Zabelin
I am 90% certain that Kathleen Zabelin is working closely with the American Embassy. See 2020 American Embassy scandal#Kathleen Zabelin phone call.

On June 10, one day after I met Akob in the lawyers office across the street from the main FSB building, Kathleen Zabelin contacted me.[3]

Kathleen, an American, of the Moscow University of Finance and Law in the high rises of Capital City.

On June 16, I interviewed to teach with her. The job included teaching in the United States Embassy, Zabelin asked if I felt "comfortable" working at the embassy. Zabelin had been married to a Russian for decades. She said she found my profile on Linkedin. She said there was only one other candidate.

As I wrote on Facebook that day:

"It is patently absurd that someone who works that close to the American embassy would offer me a job. A cursory look at any of my statements on Russian television, my Facebook posts and the thesis papers on my Linkedin profile would show my feelings about American foreign policy."[4]

Walking in to the FSB a second time

In approximately August of 2016 I walked into the FSB building a second time. This time on a side door facing the bookstores. There was a secretaries desk encased in glass.

Door similar to the Lubyanka building door I entered

Return to America

I returned to America on September 15, 2016.


Early April 2016

On the television game show, Let's Get Married as the "hero", see below.

June 2016

















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Walked into the main Lubyanka building FSB (KGB) Building.

Date of legal contract for asylum


Meet FSB lawyers about political asylum at 1 pm.[5][6]

That evening at 7:30 pm I attended the Cherrypie Language Club - TED Talk Discussions with Kate
This meetup was changed from the original. The talk was instead TED talk on detecting a liar with a psychologist in attendance.[7]


Sent emails to places that I worked about potential phone calls from Akob's office[8]

Contacted by American with university job[3]




Second meeting with Akob.[9]

Promise of temporary residency.[10]




(Wrote on private Facebook post: "I just walked in [to the FSB building] last week.")[11]



Hidden recording
Akob was not there, spoke with Vitaly Anreivich who gave me his business card.[12]

Back of Business Card
Front of Business Card


Hidden recording












August 2016: walked into the FSB building a second time through a second door facing the bookstore

July 2016

  • Secret recording in July Dasha (Дарья Гришанова) listened to this tape and translated it for me.
  • July 27 meeting with translator Dasha at FSB lawyer.[13]

Events before walking into FSB - getting the attention of the FSB (KGB)

Inquiring about the KGB in first television interview (October 2015)

In October 2015 I was on television for the first time. I secretly audio recorded the entire interview. [ADD LINK] In the audio the staff laugh about me being CIA from the start. At the end of the interview I asked how I can get involved or join the KGB.

Threatened to be reported to the FSB by previous employer

Guided around Lubyanka Building after a party on the last day by two students.

American Leftist and former peace hippie states that I should just renounce my citizenship

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On February 10, 2016, Karen Porter a very active peace activist during the Iraq War and fellow lawyer I met in Moscow suggested that I revoke my US citizenship because of my criticism of the United States:

"The US is far from perfect, but I would never go to a much, much less perfect country [Russia] and shame my country. Despite its flaws, the US is far better than most. Here we can and do feel free to criticize just about everything, but I feel that here is where I do that and not in a place where people can only dream of what happened in New Hampshire last night. Again, I don't go abroad to criticize my country, which is only fodder for some very dangerous interests. I will not be used by those interests and will have the freedom and courage to make my comments where they do good, which is here. I do not go abroad with a mistaken notion that I know how to change things where it is none of my business to do so - I will make change at home, where my voice is appropriate."
"If you feel so strongly, perhaps you should revoke your US citizenship and apply for Russian citizenship. Sounds like the route for you."

Walking off the set of Let's Get Married (April 2016) - Asking for political asylum on camera

Let's Get Married (Давай поженимся, Davay Pozhenimsya: literally "Let's Marry") is a Russian dating program on Channel One Russia.

See Let's Get Married

KGB day celebration (May 28, 2016)

Alexander Babenko (Александр Бабенко) outside of park on KGB day

On May 26, 2016 Alexander Babenko (Александр Бабенко) invited me KGB day at a large park in central Moscow.

I had met Alexander Babenko my first week on a 25 kilometer hike. His English was superb. On a later hike, my friend Alina said how surprised how good his English was, because on previous hikes he acted like his English was not very good. He instantly started to invite me to activities and email me a lot.

That day, I told Alexander Babenko that I wanted to join the FSB (KGB). Alexander told me the same thing that every person said and I already knew: It was impossible as an American to join the KGB. That afternoon, Alexander said that there were two types of KGB, one that worked on the border, and one that was security like the FBI/CIA. I told him that I wanted to learn about political asylum. Alexander would not translate my questions and from my American perspective was being very duplicitous. I went around him and found former and current KGB officers who spoke English to answer my questions.

Email to FSB (June 4, 2016)

Hello, My name is Travis Lee Bailey. I am a 44 year old American Lawyer and English Teacher from Washington DC. I am interested in a Russian Passport and becoming a Russian citizen. I would like to teach Russians marketing, law, international relations, sociology, etc. from an American perspective. I am currently on a business visa but my work visa expired. I want to become a Russian Citizen legally. I would like to seek political asylum. I have been on RENTV twice denouncing America, and I was on Давай поженимся - Let's Get Married with Channel One. moscowamerican.com I have thought about coming to your office often. I walked around the building a few months ago in January with three other people from an English Club. I would like to discuss the issue with someone. If I can set up an appointment with an English speaking person in your office, that would be great. Please contact me at your earliest convenience.


Travis Lee Bailey, Esq.


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Political Prosecution in America

Political prosecution:

My lawyer Akob asked me in my interview for political asylum if I had ever been refused a job because of my political beliefs. I answered that I never had directly not been hired for my job to my knowledge, but I was open for years about my political beliefs which showed in my work product and published books, and I had been turned down for numerous positions. Often American companies do not explain why they do not hire a candidate.

I returned to America. In March 2018 I had an interview with DH Group @ 4020 700 E, Murray, UT 84107[14] and gave them a large portfolio of my work product. I accidentally included a copy of the cover of my book. On the back of my published book it states:

Travis Lee Bailey is an American Lawyer who has lived in the former Soviet Union for four years. After smuggling in secret documents from the United States Strategic Command into Russia, he is currently working towards Russian political Asylum.

In a secretly recorded second interview, they refused to give me the job based on this blurb. (Audio Here)


  1. June 16, 2016 Facebook post
  2. Email: Translated my past addresses and past affiliation on July 14, 2016.
  3. 3.0 3.1 On Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 4:20 PM, Kathleen Zabelin <kzabelin@hotmail.com> wrote:
    Hello Travis,
    My name is Kathleen Zabelina. I'm the Director of the Moscow University of Finance and Law Business School. We are currently looking for a native English language instructor, to help us with a training project for one of the corporate clients that we work with. I found your contact details on Linkedin, and based on your profile, though this opportunity might be a good fit for you.
    Can you please let me know if you are in Moscow now, and if so, would you be available to get together next week and discuss the opportunity?
    Thank you in advance for your reply, and have a great weekend!
  4. Facebook June 16, 2016 https://www.facebook.com/moscowamerican/posts/275587222795144
  5. from: Travis Bailey <travbwork@yahoo.com>
    to: pochta@yrpark.ru
    date: Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 4:46 AM
    subject: Question for you
    mailed-by: yahoo.com
    Mr. Akob Edyardovich,
    It was a pleasure to meet you and your translator Anna, and the other gentlemen yesterday in your office.
    I have some questions about my immigration status.
    I am uncertain what I am supposed to say and not to say.
    I didn't receive any clear guidance other than to come in on Monday at 15:30 to pick up temporary visa.
    I have told people only that I am getting temporary residency on Monday.
    Is that okay to say?
    I also have gotten a lot of work requests recently in the past two days.
    Should I turn them down?
    What should I reveal or not reveal?
    I figure at this point my movements are being observed.
    I just want to do this right.
    My number is +7-910-472-11-98
    Thank you in advance.
    Screenshot: 2016 06 10 akob email Question for you - travbailey@gmail.com - Gmail.png
    Notes during second meeting - Akob incorrectly states that we should meet on Saturday the 13th.
  6. date: Thu, Jun 9, 2016 at 2:23 AM
    subject: immigration meeting at 1 pm today
  7. Cherrypie Language Club Meetup TED Talk Discussions with Kate

    Meetup.com pictures: 300px File:ted talk discussion with kate cherrypie club (1).png File:ted talk discussion with kate cherrypie club (2).png
  8. Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 4:15 AM teach@anglomania.ru Hello You have received or will receive a call from at attorney at lablyanka metro. I am trying to get residency and permanent residency here in Russia.
  9. from: Travis Bailey <travbwork@yahoo.com>
    to: pochta@yrpark.ru,
    date: Mon, Jun 13, 2016 at 10:32 AM
    subject: Re: Question for you
    mailed-by: yahoo.com

    Mr. Akob Edyardovich,

    It was a pleasure to again meet with you today, Monday June 13 at your Furkasovskiy pereulok, 3 office.
    I just wanted to reiterate what we talked about in our 3:30 pm appointment.

    My work immigration status is OK. I can take on more work under my current visa. I can continue to work right now.
    I dropped off two visa photos to your office.

    We are going to meet:
    • this Friday, June 18, 2016 at 2 pm to sign some more documents.
    • Also Wednesday July 20, 2016 at 9 am.

    Can you please confirm this information is correct by email?

    Thank you in advance.
    Travis Lee Bailey June 13 2016 Question for you - travbailey@gmail.com email after second meeting with akob.png
  10. date: Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 6:30 AM subject: Re: Please print or download (2) - including attachment for both 1 and 2 Immigration documents on lublyanka metro Please print or download I have been promised temporary immigration status on Monday at 15:30 - 3:30
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  12. New time set up:
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  13. July 27 meeting with translator Dasha at FSB lawyer
    Dasha july 27 2016 meeting.jpg
  14. On March 29, 2018 I took a test at DH Group.

Gallery of select images from above