Type in the address bar of your Internet browser's website address and press the Enter key.
On the main page of the website in the upper right corner there is a form for quick search. She signed with the phrase "are you?" Enter in a line next to the question your name and surname in the nominative case and click the magnifying glass icon.
If the result is positive, you will automatically be redirected to a page indicating the query that contains your data. In that case, if the search returns no results, you will see a page with advanced search form.
You can navigate to it directly from the home page. To the top of the page on the left find the heading "Looking for someone?" and click on the words "Find history".
On the page with advanced search form you will see fields that need to be filled, and to the left of them – recommendations for proper working with this part of the site.
If you know the application number that contains your name, enter it in the first line of the form and press the "find" button at the bottom of the page.
You can alsomaintain your name and surname. Dial them with uppercase and lowercase – the search engine is not case sensitive. But the keyboard layout (Cyrillic or Latin) is important. Check alternately both spellings of the name. You can use the virtual Russian keyboard by clicking on its icon to the right of each field. For her work requires that your browser supports JavaScript.
Go to the next line of the form to search. Select the floor icon for the desired person (i.e., your), then the period that includes the year of your birth. Select the option to sort results by surname or by date of submission.
If you know the story, in which he talked about you, appeared in the air, enter the release date of this transfer and the text it sounded. Select the country in which the issue was shown on television.
Once all fields are filled, click on the word "find" at the bottom of the page. To clear the fields and start searching for other data, click "clear".