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Migrants of Kamchatka will help to assess the knowledge of the Russian language, the history of Russia and the basics of Russian legislation
Natalia Nitsenko, head of the Agency for Employment and Migration Policy in Kamchatka Krai, told EastRussia that the Center for the Social Adaptation of Migrants began its work in 1 in December 2014, the main task of which is to provide the latest information and consulting services.
The official opening of the Center for Social Adaptation of Migrants took place in late December. To bring information on the main services of the Center to the target audience, representatives of the diaspora were invited to it.
“A migrant can apply to the Center and in one place receive free consultations from representatives of the federal migration service, executive bodies, tax service, pension fund, social insurance fund,” explains Natalya Nitsenko.
The Center also assists migrants in assessing their knowledge of the Russian language, the history of Russia and the basics of Russian legislation, since, in accordance with the amendments to the law on migrants, taking exams in these disciplines from January 1, 2015 is mandatory for those wishing to get a job in Russia. “These are lessons where you can evaluate and understand whether he will be able to successfully pass the test in a given discipline or whether he needs to enroll in specialized courses. As the groups are recruited, it is planned to organize similar courses, "the head of the Agency for Employment and Migration Policy told EastRussia.
At the same time, the migrant can get acquainted with the so-called Information Kiosk - a service for finding vacancies in the region. According to Natalia Nitsenko, this service is updated weekly.
“It is too early to talk about the results of the Center. However, in the very near future we will be able to assess how useful it is for the social adaptation of migrants ”- concluded the head of the Agency for Employment and Migration Policy.