The outcome of the Federal Migration Service for two months on the territory of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol
The FMS of Russia has summed up the work on the territory of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol city for 2 months. At the moment, 3 centers of drawing-up of passports are operational in Crimea in two-shifts, and the number of points of reception of documents has been increased to 300.
Problem of queues is solved by using special mobile groups of the FMS staff who go to enterprises to collect documents from employees.
All these measures should ensure the issuance of Russian passports to the bulk of the population of Crimea in the next two months. To date, there were submitted more than 900,000 applications for Russian passports in total, 750,000 have been already made.
A priority for the Federal Migration Service was documenting participants and invalids of the Great Patriotic War. According to submitting lists, there are currently registered 3973 people in Crimea and 1113 people in Sevastopol in this category and the process for obtaining passports has been completed.
Moreover, the FMS together with the Federal Education and Science Supervision Service initiated a process of documenting Crimean school graduates who need passports for entry into universities.
Nearly 17,000 graduates have submitted documents, and over 9,000 of them have already received their passports. The FMS of Russia plans to conduct a full-scale campaign presenting passports to orphans on Child Protection Day
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