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The Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation for the Primorsky Territory has set up individual work with incoming citizens of Ukraine

The FMS of Russia for the Primorsky Territory reports that since the beginning of 2014, 354 citizens of the Republic of Ukraine have applied to the FMS of Russia for the Primorsky Territory on various issues (49 of them on obtaining a patent, 97 on obtaining a temporary residence permit, 73 on issues of a temporary residence, 36 on issues of residence permits, 41 on issues of obtaining a residence permit, 26 on issues of acquiring citizenship of the Russian Federation, 20 on issues of participation in the state program to assist voluntary resettlement, 9 on issues of obtaining certificates of a participant in the state program, 3 on the issue of granting refugee status) - the press service of the department informs.

In addition, documents from 175 residents of the Crimean peninsula for the registration of passports of citizens of the Russian Federation.
Lieutenant Governor Alexander Los and Human Rights Ombudsman Valery Rozov highly appreciated the importance and quality of the individual work carried out at the Federal Migration Service Directorate of Russia for the Primorsky Territory, with every citizen of the Republic of Ukraine who applied to the Office in connection with the difficult situation in the Republic.

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