Despite coming on a Visa on Arrival, Iuliia Mamaev a Russian nationality woman operated a beauty clinic practice in Mengwi, Badung. It is also not clear if Mamaev is a medically licensed aesthetician in her home country.
She violates the Indonesian Immigration Law Article 75 Paragraph 1 of Law No. 6 of 2011, therefore she got deported and banned to enter Indonesia for the next 6 months.
“She entered Indonesia through Ngurah Rai Bali on 5th of February using Visa on Arrival and got deported from Indonesia through Soekarno Hatta International Airport in Tangerang on 00.40AM, Tuesday August 4 2020,” said ministry spokesman, Surya Dharma.
According to the data owned by Ministry of Law and Human Rights, citizens from intercontinental nations dominated Bali’s deportation list in the first half of 2020. Mamaev was the latest Russian national to be deported from Indonesia regarding administrative violations in Bali.
Other Russians to be seized by Indonesian authorities are Rodion Antonkin and Albina Mukhamadullina both are Russian yoga instructors. They both got deported to their home country due to public policy violations by holding a mass yoga session ignoring the Covid-19 health protocols at a villa up in Ubud in the middle of July.