Some people are familiar with the situation when, before leaving on a long-awaited vacation, they are informed about unpaid fines and the impossibility of going abroad. Previously, the amount of debt for such a ban was an indefinite amount, which could be quite scanty, but today the situation has changed somewhat, and leaving the country has become impossible only with a completely substantial debt.
Conditions of departure abroad in case of unpaid fines
According to the bill passed by the State Duma deputies, the debtor can leave the country if his unpaid fine does not exceed 10,000 rubles. At the same time, malicious defaulters will most likely not be released abroad - the bailiff has every right to restrict the debtor's departure, regardless of the amount of his debt.
To avoid such an incident, watch out for the timely payment of taxes, fees, administrative fines and other mandatory payments.
There are also known cases when a person did not have to - there was a failure in the electronic system or information about the payment of the debt was not received by the bailiff service. In addition, it is possible to become restricted to travel abroad due to the coincidence of the full name of the defaulter and the law-abiding citizen.
If you are denied travel abroad, the bailiffs must notify you of this. However, since notifications are delivered by regular mail, and the addressee may live at a different address, this often leads to various misunderstandings and delays. It is not worth paying for receipts on the day of departure - they still have to be received by the bailiffs, who will forward the appropriate order to the customs, and all this will take at least 2-3 weeks.
How to know if you have outstanding fines
The most convenient way to find out about fines is the website "Portal of Public Services" of a particular city, where you can find out all the information about your payments and fines. By registering on the site, you can pay all debts. However, for insurance it is better to go to the website "Portal of State and Municipal Services", where the debts on taxes and fines of the traffic police are kept, as well as the presence of enforcement proceedings in the work of bailiffs.
To access your data, you will need to enter your individual personal account insurance number on the website.
The history of tax debts can be found on the website of the Federal Tax Service by entering your identification code. Find out information on debts for bank loans through Internet banking or by calling the bank itself. Information on utility bills arrears is provided by companies providing housing and communal services, and you can also look at monthly receipts, which indicate the amount of debt.
You can find out about unpaid or overdue traffic fines on the traffic police website or on the Moscow Parking website for residents of the capital.