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Members of organized crime groups in Transbaikalia received suspended sentences for illegal migration

Members of organized crime groups in Transbaikalia received suspended sentences for illegal migration
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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, a verdict was passed against seven members of an organized criminal group that was involved in the illegal legalization of migrants. The court assigned a suspended sentence for terms ranging from 1,5 to four years.

According to TASS, the criminals were engaged in the illegal legalization of migrants from the countries of the Central Asian region. For newcomers, they created conditions for legal stay, residence and work in the region. For this they received income. About 100 people were legalized under a criminal scheme.

All seven members of the organized criminal group were found guilty by the Central District Court of Chita. The leader of the group was looking for migrants who needed a patent for their work. He also organized exams. His accomplice negotiated with medical workers, who put fictitious marks on the passage of medical examinations by migrants.

Also in the criminal group was a specialist from the center for testing citizens from one of the universities of Chita. She issued forged documents about passing the exam in history, the Russian language and the basics of Russian legislation.

 

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