I recently received my Babusia's records from Almaty. It took over 6 months and i had forgotten that i sent a request. In fact i cannot find the address in english, but i can send a scan to a russian speaker who could post it for the group. Here is a translation of the info i received.
Your request was considered. According to the archive documents we have, it is known that Muskus Urshulya (it is written in archive document) Nikolaevna (father's name in Russian tradition to put behind the name), born 1903, Polish, married, citizen of Poland, originally from Rova-Russka, Lvov region, delegate of Polish embassy in Aktubinsk region, who lived in Aktubinsk before her arrest on 10th May 1942, was prisoned in Alma-Ata (oldest name of Almaty, the city where I'm now), from where on the ground of NKVD (National committee for internal affairs) USSR from 02.07.1942 directed to Karabass branch of Karlag (Karaganda's camp), where she was convicted on 13th January 1943 by Special Meeting under People's Commissar of Internal Affairs USSR on the ground of Article of law 58-10 ch.2, 58-6 ch.1 УК РСФСР (I think this is criminal code of Russian Federative Soviet Republic) to imprisonment in corrective labour camps for the duration of ten years. The beginning of the imprisonment 10th of May 1942. The end of term is 10th May 1952.
For the imprisonment directed to Karadjar branch of Karlag MIA USSR (Ministry of Internal Affairs), on 18th may 1948 transformed to Spesial Steppe Camp MIA USSR, on 8th December 1950 sent to Luglag, then to Special Sand camp MIA USSR. Being imprisoned had been used (worked) in overall works.
After expiration of imprisonment on 12th April 1952 sent to live to Krasnoyarsk (so it is written in archive document).
At the same time, we interpret that above written camps were located on the large territory, that had many communities that had been part of Karlag branches, however in archive documents regarding Muskus U., the details and names of these communities not written.
In the addition, that we do not have any documents about Muskus stay on special settlement. For these details we advise you to call directly to the place where she was sent to settle to ИЦ УВД (executive centre of management of internal affairs) of Krasnoyarsk region: Krasnoyarsk, 660017, 18 Dzerzhinskogo street.
Reason: record cards №СЕ-36б 3686.
Acting on behalf of head of management, senior adviser of justice E. Musilimov
Executor I.V. Egolnikova
Thankfully she received an amnesty in 1955 and her eternal exile came to an end, arriving back in Poland on 1st Jan 1956. As nothing is said about her deportation prior to her arrest in 1942, i do not know if this will be much help to those researching those who escaped with Anders.