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One Million Foreigners Could Be Working in Moscow Illegally
According to a top Moscow migration official, about a million foreigners could be currently working illegally in the Russian capital.
--13-01-2014--
Russia Makes Tougher Penalties for Illegal Migrants
On Friday, December 13, Russian State Duma, the lower house of parliament, tentatively approved legislation to impose tougher penalties on migrants who break registration rules in Russia.
--16-12-2013--
Russian Deputy PM Suggests New Migration Rules
Russias deputy prime minister has proposed new rules, which require migrant laborers to have health insurance and also limit how long they can stay in the country without a visa.
--15-11-2013--
Russia Plans to Fingerprint Migrant Workers
According to new migration rules in Russia, residents from former Soviet republics arriving to seek a job will have to carry a foreign passport and possibly have their fingerprints taken when entering Russia.
--08-11-2013--
Russia Now Has the 2nd Largest Number of Immigrants in the World
Russia hosts the worlds largest population of immigrants after the United States, according to a new UN study.
--28-09-2013--
About 1 Mln Foreign Citizens Regsitered in Moscow
About one million foreigners are currently officially registered with the migration authorities in Moscow and 1.5 million in surrounding areas, a senior migration official reported on Tuesday.
--28-08-2013--
Almost 2,000 Labor Migrants Held in Moscow Region
On Tuesday, August 13, local police reported that 1,800 migrant workers had been detained after raids on commercial enterprises in Moscow Region, the latest in a string of similar raids in Moscow and other Russian big cities.
--15-08-2013--
Case Against Moscow Migrant Is Dropped
On Monday, February 5, a Moscow court dropped a criminal case against migrant worker Bakhrom Khurramov, accused of attacking a 12-year-old boy, due to the parties reconciliation.
--05-02-2013--
Arrested Migrant Worker Receives Support from his Neighbours
On Thursday a Moscow court was asked to temporarily free an Uzbek migrant accused of attacking a 12-year-old boy, because of sudden change in the case's circumstances.
--11-01-2013--
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.
--10-12-2012--
Migrant Workers to Face Russian Language Tests
Migrant workers arriving in Russia to find job will be forced to face tests of their knowledge of the Russian language, as a new law comes into force.
--04-12-2012--





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