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09 March 2015 | 13:29
Russia: labor permits issued for migrants in 2014 automatically extended for 2015
Employment patents, issued by the Russian authorities to foreign nationals in 2014 could be extended automatically for 2015. The announcement was made by the head of the Russian Federal Migration Service in Moscow Olga Kirilova.
The project has already been developed, but is to be debated in the State Duma of the Russian Federation. If Russian lawmakers will approve the decision, then the work patents issued for Moscow and regions around the Russian capital will be automatically extended. In this sense, immigrants will have to submit only one application to the Federal Migration Service, at the place of residence.

Since January 2015, new rules for those who go to work in Russia entered into force. To obtain the working permit, applicants must pass the test on the Russian language, Russian history, basics of Russian legislation, but also provide medical certificate. The fingerprinting is mandatory.

After applying the new measures, immigrants who want to work in Russia need at least 12,000 rubles to legalize, the equivalent of about 3,000 MDL. Lately, the Russian border guards denied access to dozens of Moldovans in Russia, citing irregularities in the acts of stay.

Earlier this year, the Russian State Duma adopted a law by which immigrants who have overstayed in Russia were deprived of the right to enter Russia for a period of up to ten years.
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