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MOSCOW, October 18 (Itar-Tass) - The Moscow police and staff of the Federal Migration Service inspected a house, from which people moved back in 2003, where labor migrants sheltered, press service of the Moscow police said on Monday.
“During the inspection, we checked over 150 people. Out of 108 citizens of CIS countries, over 20 did not have any documents on them. All illegal migrants were delivered to the Meshchansky City Court. We are preparing necessary papers for the extradition procedure. The police are considering opening a criminal case on organization of illegal migration,” the source said.
Besides, inside the house, the police found two Russians, suspected of keeping drugs. The police is checking the Krasnoye Selo Company, owner of the territory where the house is. The company could not explain why the illegal migrants had been staying in the house.