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30 illegal migrants, who lived in Moscow's evicted houses, detained

February 17, 2012, 10:14 UTC+3
Officers of the Federal Migration Service found about 40 Uzbek citizens in a partially evicted house
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MOSCOW, February 17 (Itar-Tass) —— The Federal Migration Service detained about 30 illegal migrants, who lived in evicted houses in the historical centre of Moscow, spokeswoman of the service Zalina Kornilova told Itar-Tass on Friday.

Officers of the Federal Migration Service found about 40 Uzbek citizens in a partially evicted house, which is situated at Staropimenovsky Bystreet, 13. “Some of them are staying in Russia with violations of the migration legislation,” Kornilova said, noting that the house belongs to the condominium partnership.

The Federal Migration Service found the same situation at Sadovo-Spasskaya Street, 19. “Eleven Kyrgyz citizens live in the house, four of them with violations. According to them, the property management department accommodated them at the house, the latter worked as yard-keepers,” the spokeswoman said.

A criminal case will be opened for connivance with illegal migration.

Meanwhile, illegal migrants were found at  Chistoprudny Boulevard, 1a,. “16 people from 20 Kyrgyz citizens living in the house were staying in Russia with violations, 13 of them will be deported from the country,” Kornilova said.

She noted that tow underage children aged 15 years and two months were also found in the house. “They together with the parents are staying at the temporary residence centre,” Kornilova underlined.

 

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