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333 Migrants Were Registered in One Moscow Apartment
10.12.2012 23:09
333 Migrants Were Registered in One Moscow Apartment

Moscow district court has annulled the residency documents of 333 migrant workers who were all registered as living at a single apartment in northern Moscow, the city's Prosecutor Department reports.

      Prosecutors established that the 333 migrants from Central Asia were registered to live in a 480-square-foot (44.7-square-meter) apartment belonging to a Moscow resident. That means the registration was made illegally due to "impossibility of so many people to live in the mentioned living area".

      The previous “record” for the number of registered residents was set by an unemployed Muscovite who registered 100 guest workers in his apartment. He was ultimately sentenced to five days in jail for the infraction.


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Moscow migrant workers migration in Russia Russian society  

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