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Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria helps the immigrants from Syria to adapt at the new place2012-06-07 15:43
As reported by the State Committee of the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria for public and religious organizations, the Republic authorities help the repatriates from Syria to adapt at the new place.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In Nalchik, there was held a seminar on the problems of adaptation of repatriates from Syria, organized by the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria (RKB) for public and religious organizations and the International Circassian Association. According to the head of the Department for Relations with Compatriots Anzor Kurashinov, to date, in Kabardino-Balkaria 120 of our compatriots have arrived in the Republic; 104 of them were accommodated in sanatoriums "Drujba" and "Elbrus", the others - at their relatives' places. Among the arrivals, there are two Balkar families and a Dagestani family.
The seminar was attended by experts from the Pension Fund of the RKB, the tax authorities and traffic police.
The main issues of the seminar were how to obtain a residence permit, an employment permit, access to pension, registration at the tax office, getting a driver's license. The experts clarified all the issues in the framework of the Russian legislation. Every participant of the seminar will soon get a memo with answers to all the raised questions.
Members of the public organization "Peryt" and the working group of the government commission help the repatriates with obtaining the necessary documents. All the fellow countrymen who came from Syria were provided with free accommodation and meals, as well as necessary medical care.