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MOSCOW, April 16. /ITAR-TASS/. A new migration services centre for Moscow region will receive up to 5,000 foreigners daily, region governor Andrey Vorobyov told journalists at the opening.
The building will provide a range of services to foreign nationals arriving in the Moscow region, providing "comfortable conditions for the execution of documents and helping to attract foreign labor,” Vorobyov said. “At present, the center is ready to receive up to 3,000 foreigners daily, but it has room for 5,000 people.”
Vorobyov said the center should increase labor productivity of the regional department of the Federal Migration Service by 2.5 times. All foreign nationals applying there would receive medical examination.
“All services will cost about 15,000 rubles ($415). This includes medical insurance and complete document execution,” he said. “One of the main principles of the center’s work is strict observance of legality and transparency.