Around 130 Georgians have been deported from Russia amid a worsening crisis between the two countries.
Russia says it is cracking down on illegal immigration but this Georgian man says his visa is valid.
The raft of punitive measures has not spared schools. A Russian-run school in Tbilisi has put up signs saying Georgian children are no longer welcome.
Tensions have escalated between the neighbouring countries since Georgia briefly detained four Russian officers last month.
Georgia has long had tense relations with Russia, whom it accuses of supporting separatists in its rebellious regions.
Demonstrations have also spread to Ukraine, which has increasingly challenged Russian power.