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Migrants will bring to the treasury of Primorye more than 200 million rubles

About 210 million rubles will bring labor migrants to the treasury of Primorsky Krai in 2015 year. Since January, patents for the right to work will sell to foreigners for 3 thousand rubles, told RIA PrimaMedia in the press service of the Legislative Assembly of Primorsky Krai.

At an extraordinary meeting of the Legislative Assembly, the deputies adopted the law "On the Establishment of a Coefficient in the Primorsky Territory in order to index fixed advance payments for personal income tax for 2015".

In accordance with amendments to the federal law "On the legal status of foreign citizens in the Russian Federation" and certain legislative acts of the Russian Federation ", from January 1, 2015, a transition to economic regulation of the issues of attracting and using labor migrants is envisaged.

The new regional law establishes a regional coefficient that will allow to receive in the next year an additional income to the budget of Primorye from issuing patents to foreign citizens of the near abroad for the right to work. Taking into account the regional coefficient, the cost of one patent will be 3 thousand 136 rubles 80 kopecks. This will bring an additional about 210 million rubles to the regional treasury.

"For the adoption of this important law, we convened an extraordinary meeting of the Legislative Assembly, - said the chairman of the Primorye parliament Viktor Gorchakov. - The regional budget will receive additional funds that can be used to solve a number of social problems."

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