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The Number of Foreigners in the Russian Federation has Grown to Almost 10 Million
26.01.2019 22:17
The Number of Foreigners in  the Russian Federation has Grown to Almost 10 Million
(Source: https://golos.io/mapala/@poly/razvlecheniya-inostrannykh-turistov-v-rossii)

Nearly 10 million foreigners are currently living in the Russian Federation.   This figure increased by almost half a million compared to the same period last year.

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      The migration situation in the Russian Federation remains stable. At the same time, the percentage of illegal migration is decreasing, and the number of people wishing to obtain Russian citizenship is increasing.

      According to the materials of the migration center,   over the past year more than 16.8 million foreign citizens have entered the territory of the Russian Federation. The main migration flow consists of citizens of the CIS, arriving for employment and  private trips.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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