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Russian Survey of Immigrants from Moldova, Georgia, and Azerbaijan. June, 2007. Methodology. Immigrant Adult Populations in Russia. Azeris 903,000 Moldovans 344,000 Georgians 283,000

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immigrant adult populations in russia
Immigrant Adult Populations in Russia

Azeris 903,000

Moldovans 344,000

Georgians 283,000

Source: 2002 Federal State Statistics Service of Russia and B&A estimates based on 2007 survey of Moldovans, Georgians, and Azeris residing in Russia

oblasts and kraia of russia where interviews were conducted5
Oblasts and kraia of Russia where interviews were conducted

Moscow oblast

St. Petersburg (Leningrad) oblast

Samara oblast

Rostov oblast (Rostov-on-Don)

Kaliningrad oblast

Novosibirsk oblast

Sverdlovsk oblast (Yekaterinburg)

Tver oblast

Volgograd oblast

Tyumen oblast

Krasnodar kraia

what is your personal net income after paying taxes at this time remittance senders
What is your personal net income after paying taxes at this time?Remittance Senders

Average monthly income – 17,000 Rubles / €500

what type of work do you do all immigrants from moldova georgia and azerbaijan
What type of work do you do?All Immigrants from Moldova, Georgia, and Azerbaijan

Service worker (maids, domestic workers, elderly caretakers, cooks, etc.)

Industry worker

Unskilled worker (restaurants, hotels, clerks, retail stores)

Agricultural worker

Entrepreneur / Small business owner

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Do you live in Russia throughout the entire year?By Legal Status of all Immigrants from Moldova, Georgia,and Azerbaijan
in 2006 did you send money to any of your relatives or friends living in your home country
In 2006, did you send money to any of your relatives or friends living in your home country?
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In 2006, did you send money to any of your relatives or friends living in your home country?All Immigrant Workers from Moldova, Georgia, and Azerbaijan by Years of Residency in Russia

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In 2006, did you send money to any of your relatives or friends living in your home country?All Immigrant Workers from Moldova, Georgia, and Azerbaijan by Age

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How much money did you send your family member in your home country in 2006?All Immigrant Workers from Moldova, Georgia, and Azerbaijan by Years of Residency in Russia

remittances from russia
Remittances from Russia

The Moldovan, Georgian, and Azeri immigrants living in Russia sent approximately €798 million to their family members during 2006.

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Thinking about the last 3 times you sent money, what was the amount of the fee that you paid to send the remittance?By Amount Sent with each Remittance

what is the main thing you are saving money for
What is the main thing you are saving money for?

To improve you overall quality of life 42%

To take money back to home country with you 20%

To buy a house in Russia 20%

In case of illness 13%

To buy a car 11%

To start a business in Russia 9%

To finance the education of your children 9%

For outings or trips during the weekends 8%

To celebrate special occasions 7%

To make improvements to your home 7%

To buy furniture or appliances for your home 7%

To start a business in home country 4%

To buy a house in home country 4%

In case of a death in the family 2%

For your retirement 1%

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