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This Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as the “Policy”) has been developed by Laweius in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament, hereinafter referred to as the “Legislation”.


This Policy applies to the use, storage, collection and processing of personal data that Laweius receives from the User when viewing and using the functionality of the website, and also establishes the obligations of the Site Administration for non-disclosure and security the regime for protecting the confidentiality of personal data that the User provides at the request of the Site Administration when making applications for the use of the Company's services through online forms or other means of online communication.


This Privacy Policy uses the following terms:

  • "Site" - a website located on the Internet at, which is an optimized information web resource for the provision of migration, legal and other related services, which is designed to optimize interaction between Users and the Administration and has the functionality to receive applications of the User for receiving the services of the company.
  • "Site Administration", "Administration" - employees of Laweius Company and/or other persons authorized by the Company and acting on its behalf, who process personal data.
  • "User" - a person who has access to the Site via the Internet and uses the Site, including for the purpose of generating applications for the Company's services.
  • "Personal data" - any information relating directly or indirectly to a specific or identifiable natural person (subject of personal data).
  • "Processing of personal data" - any action (operation) or a set of actions (operations) performed with or without the use of automation tools with personal data, including collection, recording, systematization, accumulation, storage, clarification (updating, changing), extraction, use, transfer (distribution, provision, access), depersonalization, blocking, deletion, destruction of personal data.
  • "Confidentiality of personal data" - a mandatory requirement for an operator or other person who has access to personal data to prevent their distribution without the consent of the subject of personal data or other legal grounds.
  • "Cookies " is a small piece of data sent by a web server and stored on the user's computer, which the web client or web browser sends to the web server in an HTTP request each time it tries to open a page on that site.


The use of the Site by the User means the consent of the latter with this Privacy Policy and the conditions for processing personal data.

If the User does not agree with the stated terms of the Privacy Policy, the User undertakes to stop using the Site.

The Site Administration respects the User's right to privacy and the confidentiality of his personal data obtained as a result of using the Site, and takes all measures necessary to maintain their confidentiality and security, including using generally accepted standards of technological and operational protection against possible loss, improper use, modification or destruction.

This Privacy Policy applies only to The Administration does not control and is not responsible for the sites and web resources of third parties to which the User can go using the links available on the Site.

When making an application on the Site, as well as filling out various electronic forms posted on the Site, the User is solely responsible for the reliability and accuracy of the data provided by him. The Site Administration does not verify the accuracy of personal data provided by the Site User.


Personal data authorized for processing under this Privacy Policy is provided by the User by filling out application forms on the Site and may include the following information:

  • Name and Surname of the User;
  • Email address (e-mail);
  • Contact phone number of the User;
  • Country of residence, city;

Some data, such as IP address, domain name, IP registration country, type and version of the browser and operating system, the URL by which the User went to the Site, may be collected and determined automatically when the User visits the Site, through the use of tracking technologies (files cookie) in accordance with this Policy.

The Administration may also receive information about the User from other sources, Internet platforms or social networks, including, but not limited to, when the User interacts with the Administration on these platforms or access the content of the Administration on social networks. The relevant information that the Administration may receive in this way is governed by the privacy settings, policies and / or procedures of the relevant social media platform, and the Administration strongly recommends that all Users familiarize themselves with them before using them.

All personal information, including that allowing identification of the User, is provided by the Users of the Site on a purely voluntary basis. All data that the User leaves on the Site with his own hand during registration or when filling out forms (Name, phone number, e-mail, city and country of residence, etc.) are kept confidential and not disclosed.

The processed personal information of the User can be used for the following purposes:

  • Name and Surname - in order to confirm registration on the Site, as well as to interact and communicate with the Site Administration, as well as to provide the User with legal and other services requested by the User;
  • Country of residence, city - in order to analyze and determine the features of the provision of services to the User in accordance with the legislation of the country of residence of the User;
  • Email address (e-mail) and telephone - to maintain communication with the User, inform the User about the procedure for cooperation, send the User legal news, other important information or materials that may be of interest to the User, as well as other information that the Administration deems necessary for the provision of quality services to the User.

Also, the Site Administration can use the collected information to respond to the User's requests, to provide the User with legal and other services requested by the User, to maintain a client database, to analyse the audience in order to improve the quality of services provided; preventing, detecting and investigating potentially prohibited or illegal activities, including fraud; for company business purposes, including audience data analysis, billing, performance evaluation of events, advertising campaigns and publications.


The site administration does not sell, rent or provide in any other way information that identifies the User to third parties or third-party organizations for their independent use, except as expressly stated in this Privacy Policy or with the prior consent of the User.

The site administration may transfer information that does not allow the User to be identified, in cases where this is permitted by applicable law.

Using the Site, creating an application, as well as filling out various electronic forms posted on the Site, the User agrees that his data can be transferred to third parties only for the purpose of properly providing the services he has chosen.

The site Administration can transfer data to:

  • Financial and banking institutions for invoicing, settlements and providing the User with directly selected services.
  • Websites that contain links to the Site. If a User is directed to the Site from another site, we will provide certain information about Users to those sites that provided links to us. We do not restrict the use of the User's confidential information by such websites and we recommend that you independently familiarize yourself with the Personal Data Protection Policy of those websites from which you went to the Site.
  • Third party service providers who provide services on behalf of the Administration, such as web hosting companies, mail service providers, analytics providers, event hosting services and information technology providers.
  • To service providers, consultants, potential transaction partners or other third parties in connection with the consideration, negotiation or completion of a transaction.
  • To law enforcement, other government agencies, or third parties (within or outside the jurisdiction in which you reside), as may be permitted or required by the laws of any jurisdiction that may apply to the Administration; as stipulated in the contract; for immigration requirements or as the Administration deems reasonably necessary for the provision of legal services. In these circumstances, the Administration makes reasonable efforts to notify you before information is disclosed that could reasonably identify you, unless prior notification is prohibited by applicable law or is not possible or reasonable in the circumstances.
  • Officials, employees, representatives and agents of the Site Administration, in order to provide quality services.


The Administration retains the User's personal data as long as they are needed for legitimate business purposes, as set out in this Privacy Policy and in accordance with applicable Law.

As a rule, the period of processing and storage of personal data is 3 years from the moment the User made the last operation on the site or the termination of the provision of services. This period is usually necessary to comply with applicable tax laws, resolve disputes, and enforce agreements or other legal obligations.

In practice, the Administration deletes or anonymizes information after three years have passed since the termination of cooperation with the User and the completion of the provision of services to him, unless:

  • There is a need to store information about the User in accordance with the law, in order to comply with legal requirements regarding the storage of data;
  • There is a need to store information about the User in order to prove the Administration's compliance with the current legislation;
  • There is a need to store information about the User in order to prove the Administration's compliance with the current legislation;
  • There is a need to store information to comply with the legitimate business interests of the Administration, such as preventing fraud and improving the safety and security of Users.

According to European standards, the period of storage of personal data is usually from 6 to 10 years (for example, for contracts, notices and business letters). To the extent that it is permissible or necessary by law, the Administration restricts the processing of the User's data, instead of deleting them (for example, by restricting access to them). This applies in particular to cases where the data may still be needed for the performance of a contract or the assertion or defense of legal claims, or where such retention is required or permitted by law. In these cases, the duration of the processing restriction depends on the respective limitation period or retention period. The data will be deleted after the respective limitation period or retention period has expired.


Taking care of the security of the Users' personal data and ensuring their rights and legitimate interests, the Administration considers it necessary to set out and acquaint the Users who have provided access to their personal data by giving express consent to the processing, with their rights, as well as the rights of the Users in the event that the basis for processing of personal data is the conclusion of an agreement in which the User is one of the parties, and the processing of personal data is necessary for its execution.

The rights for data access

The user has the right to know and request whether his personal data is being processed, the purpose for which the processing is carried out, what kind of personal data is being processed, their categories, who is the subject of obtaining personal data, the period of storage of personal data, etc.

Right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data

The user has the right to withdraw his consent to the processing, storage of personal data at any time by sending a corresponding request.

The right of the User to demand the deletion of their personal data

The User has the right to demand the deletion of his personal data in order to avoid their distribution or transfer to third parties if the purposes for which the processing was carried out are achieved, the User has withdrawn his consent to the protection of personal data, personal data has been processed unlawfully, in other cases arising from the law of the European Union and the national legislation of the countries covered by the Regulation. Such a request can be sent to the Administration in any form, while the Administration notifies the User of the permanent deletion of his personal data.

The right to restrict the processing of personal data

The User has the right to demand restriction of data processing if the accuracy of personal data is disputed by the User, personal data was processed illegally, and the User does not want to destroy them, in other cases provided for by the Regulations and the legislation of the relevant jurisdictions.

Right for data transfer

The user has the right to receive personal data relating to him/her free of charge and without hindrance in a structured machine-readable format, i.e., in electronic form. Thus, the user has the right to receive his personal data in electronic form without delay. This right also includes the possibility for the User to transfer his personal data from one company to another.

Right for rectification of personal data

The user has the right at any time to demand changes in information about his personal data by sending a corresponding request.

Right to object to the processing of personal data

The user has the right to object to the processing of personal data at any time if their processing is carried out for direct marketing purposes. If the user expresses this objection, personal data is not subject to further processing.

The right to file a complaint alienated by the supervisory authority

The user has the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority in case of violation of the requirements of the Regulations. The supervisory authority is a body established under the national law of a particular state, whose competence includes monitoring the application of the Regulation, protecting the rights and freedoms of individuals in relation to the processing, as well as the free movement of personal data within the European Union.


The Administration is constantly working to improve the security of Users' personal data, improve the current and search for innovative ways of processing information in order to ensure its safety and compliance with the requirements of the Legislation. Therefore, it reserves the right to change and improve this Policy from time to time, about which Users will be notified by publicly posting changes to the Policy on the Site. We strongly recommend that you periodically review possible changes to this Policy in the relevant section of the Site.