3 How do Moscow Illegal Migrant Workers live

How do Moscow Illegal Migrant Workers live

Posted on August 9, 2016 by konst4

11. Dryer

12. The picture of one of daughters of limitchitsa. In many families children are already grown up.

13. By the way, the overlap has not been changed. Because the new regulations came out in 2015 in Moscow 832 and 833, in which the money for the repair of the tenants now have to be collected by residents. In addition it was found that replacement of overlap is not included in overhaul and relates to the concept of reconstruction. Thus, if the tenants wait until overhaul (it is planned for 2017-2018), then the overlap in the house will remain wooden.

14. The hostel is more like an ordinary communal. Here’s a kitchen


16. Seniors who live here, once worked at this plant: someone for 20 years, and someone even more.

17. Corridor. As you can see, children live here.

18. One of many bathrooms. It is difficult to see in the photo, but the floor fell through there. Bathroom slipped by 30-40 centimeters, we had to lay a brick.

19. The Utility Room

20. Residents can be unsettled only in the case if the house is named as emergency. That will not happen, because the apartments in the rest of the house are not in a terrible state. There is an option to make specific room emergency. Residents tried to do it through the courts, but it did not work.


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3 Responses to “How do Moscow Illegal Migrant Workers live”

  1. Vijay says:

    All of a major City is not just the high life and glory. Another great blog from ER that shows reality. Thanks again, keepup the good work. Will be nice to see such a blog of poor retirees who are struggling to make ends meet. :)

  2. Douglas says:

    Demolition and resettlement…..that is the only solution to this mess. Cattle barns are in better condition.

  3. Kent_Diego says:

    Not everyone is rich. An affordable apartment has it’s use. Who cares it the walls or floor is not perfect. I once moved into a dilapidated apartment and lived there for 8 years. Had holes in ceiling and roof. I fixed the issues my self. The rent was $375/month and it gave me so much freedom. I lost job for 1.5 years and could easily live on savings. No financial worries due to dilapidated apartment. Hole in wall is easy to fix. Life is good when you do not have to worry about rent.

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