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Magadan region asks to increase migration quotas for Ukrainian citizens

According to the Kommersant newspaper, the Governor of the Magadan Region Volodymyr Pechenyi appealed to the Federal Migration Service with a request to increase the regional quota for issuing temporary residence permits (TRP) for Ukrainian citizens. In the first three months of 2014, 4 thousand people from Ukraine arrived in the Magadan Region, but there were not enough permits for everyone; the region had the right to issue them only 500. The FMS does not see the problem: they say that in order to legalize Ukrainian citizens, quotas for labor migration must be used.

“We applied to the Federal Migration Service for an additional quota,” said Vladimir Pechenyi, Governor of the Magadan Region. “We asked for additional temporary residence permits in order to work together with our Ministry of Labor to employ them and obtain a real legal opportunity to issue a temporary residence permit.” The head of the Ministry of Labor of the Magadan Region, Natalya Tverdokhlebova, explained that the region needs workers in gold mining companies, builders, road workers, doctors and teachers. " 

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