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MOSCOW, March 21 (Itar-Tass) — Staff of the Federal Migration Service /FMS/ has revealed about 150 migrants who worked at the construction of a hotel in the territory of Moscow-City.
The service reported that 60 of those were working illegally, and the service continues checking another 90 migrants, FMS’ spokeswoman Zalina Kornilova said on Wednesday.
“Staff of FMS is checking adherence to the migration legislation at the construction site of the Moscow-City complex,” she said. “They have revealed about 150 migrants working there, where 60 migrants are working in Russia illegally.”
She stressed the checking continued. The service is checking documents of 90 more foreigners, including their work permits. Besides, the service is checking if the migrants are staying in the Russian Federation legally.