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300 thousand illegal migrants may stay in Moscow
1.08.2011 19:10
300 thousand illegal migrants may stay in Moscow

There could be no more than 290 thousand illegal work migrants in Moscow, suggests the head of Moscow department of Federal Migration Service Fyodor Karpovets. He told the Service has data about 521 thousand of foreigners who entered Russia to work in Moscow. Only 231 thousand people have got the legal permission to work. 

‘It means 290 thousand of people staying in Moscow legally may work here illegally,’ added  Fyodor Karpovets. 

On July 27 and 28 the police and Federal Migration Service have discovered three camps of illegal immigrants in three different areas of Moscow. About three hundred people were detained.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Moscow immigrant    

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