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Ex-FMS officer in Yakutia faces a sentence for illegal migration

Ex-FMS officer in Yakutia faces a sentence for illegal migration
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The former head of the department of external labor migration of the Federal Migration Service for Yakutia was detained by employees of the Federal Security Service. He is suspected of organizing illegal migration.

According to the press service of the Federal Security Service Directorate of Russia for Yakutia, in 2010 a former employee of the Federal Migration Service registered as an individual entrepreneur and organized a microenterprise to provide paid services to foreigners. He made fictitious documents on the basis of which visitors could illegally legalize their stay in the republic.

According to the agency, more than 500 citizens of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan could use the services. Several of these clients have applied for temporary residence permits in Russia, residence permits and citizenship.

The businessman was caught red-handed by the FSB officers. Now established the circumstances of the crime.

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