Are the citizens of Russia moving in or out of Russia?

already exists.

Would you like to merge this question into it?

already exists as an alternate of this question.

Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it?

exists and is an alternate of .

Well, Russians emigrated out of Russia after the break u of The Soviet Union in 1992. Every year at least 200,000 russians left russia from 1995-2001, alongside lower life expectancy and not enough chilldren being born.


In 2010 the NET MIGRATION Was:
+3,800
2011: +43,400
2012: +65,000


In 2012, 97,000 people came and only 32,000 left! So the net migration was 65,000 people. of the 92,000 people that came over, they came from:


-37,000 From European Union White People (Mostly UK, Spain, Poland)
-19,000 From Other Parts Of Europe Whites (Mostly, Ukraine and Belarus)
-12,000 OTHER WHITES (Mostly, Australians and Americans)


-20,000 From Arab World (Mostly, Algeria, Afghanistan, Mongolia and Iraq)
-3,400 From Africa or Other Asia (Mostly China and India)
-600 From Latin America (Almost 500 from Argentina)
2 people found this useful

What is Russia?

The Russian Federation is the largest of the 21 republics that make up the Commonwealth of Independent States. It occupies most of eastern Europe and north Asia, stretching from the Baltic Sea in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east, and from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Black Sea and t (MORE)

How did Catherine The Great feel When she first moved to Russia?

This is a good question. Catherine felt lonely, bored and isolated in Russia. When she first moved there, she didn't speak Russian, and had few if any friends. Her one friend, her Russian maid, was dismissed before Catherine was married, on the pretext that it was seen as dangerous for the young (MORE)

Why did the citizens of Russia willingly follow Stalin's ideas?

During World War II, ordinary citizens in the Soviet Union showedremarkable obedience to Stalin's ideas and orders for mainly tworeasons. First, very severe repercussions would follow fromdisobedience. Second, soon after the Germans invaded (in 1941), itbecame clear that the Germans were not interes (MORE)

Can you go to Russia with American passport because your international Russian pasport has expired but you are not a US citizen you are a citizen of Russia and have a green card?

Your question does not make sense. You need to be a US citizen to have an American passport. If you have a green card and an expired Russian passport, contact a Russian embassy in the US and they should be able to issue you a travel letter or stamp your passport so you may travel back to Russia. But (MORE)

Where is Russia?

Russia is the northernmost country of Eurasia (Asia and easternEurope). Russia is in two continents and is the largest singlecountry in the world. The Ural Mountains are the border between Asia and Europe. Russia(formerly the USSR) is on the continent of Asia/Europe in theNorthern hemisphere and co (MORE)

Where about is Russia?

It's below the North Pole. It is in Asia, and many countries including China surrounds it.

Are Alaska and Russia moving closer?

Yes, Alaska and Russia are moving closer. Alaska is located at the west of the North American Plate, and Russia is located on the Eurasian Plate. The two plates form a converging plate boundary with the North American Plate moving west and the Eurasian Plate moving east to collide into each other.

What is 'pizza' just moved from Russia don't know the 'customs'?

'Pizza' is a type of crusty dough with toppings, such as cheese, meat, and veggies. Some people believed that when poor people didn't have plates, they'd make the dough, put their meal on it, and eat the "plate" when they finished. . Another custom is daily hygine, such as deoderant every day, sh (MORE)

Who was the czar of Russia of Russia?

There have been many czars in Russia so I'm afraid you'll need to be a bit more specific. Czar is what Russians call their emperor-esque rulers because it is the Russian translation of "Ceasar". Most of the czars came directly from the infamous Romanov family. However, there have been other czars of (MORE)

How can you get to Russia?

by plane - if you live in America anywhere that is not in Europe. If you live in Europe (Includes; UK, Singapore.) You can catch the Trans-Siberian rail, it takes you to Moscow, St Petersburg and Vladivostok. Travels from- Singapore to UK. Includes Russia, Germany, France country in between.

Why did they name Russia Russia?

Nobody knows for sure as it goes back a thousand years. The ruling theory is that the name was transferred from a term used by local tribes for the 'Swedish' 'vikings' (meaning something like the 'boat people'). According to legend a internal strife among 'Russians' were settles by accepting an outs (MORE)

What did Germany say to Russia when Russia moved troops to the German border?

In 1941, during the build-up to Germany's attack upon the SovietUnion (which took place on June 22nd), various troop movements onboth sides of the border took place. The Soviet Union, however, wasextremely careful to avoid any massing of troops adjacent to theborder for fear of provoking a violent G (MORE)

Why is Russia called Russia?

added: bulgarian rus (tow-head), сzech rusy (light), slovensky rus (red), latin russus (red ) . The name has occurred from Varangians rus, called by the Novgorod Slavs in 862 year as a military team. They have put things in order and have created the first centralised government. As the state (MORE)

How long us citizen can stay in Russia?

The amount of time a US citizen can stay in Russia, will depend onwhat they want to do there. If they want to just visit, they canstay for three days in each place they visit. A visa is an absolutemust as are immigration cards. Extended visas can be obtained forstudents or people who go there to wor (MORE)

Name something you might have to get used to if you move to Russia?

\nRoads - both for drivers and pedestrians. A lot of traffic, not really good organization (comparing to Europe and USA). When walking, you are not advised to wear white shoes or they'll be dirty/dusty/wet depending on the season.\n. \nBut! The parking is a lot less painful - no fees, no handicap s (MORE)

Can you get a visa to Russia while in Kiev Ukraine as a US Citizen?

An American in Ukraine can get a visa to Russia ONLY if he or she is a permanent resident of Ukraine. People in Ukraine as tourists or for short-term business must acquire visas from the Russian Embassy or consulates in the USA. This is inconvenient, but it is the rule.

Name something you have to get used to if you move to Russia?

There are many things that you may want to get used to if you moveto Russia. The language is one of them (Russians do speak Englishin their vast majority, but not as well as people in othercountries on the European continent). Also, you may want to getused to the fact that Russians eat a lot of fish (MORE)

Can Americans move to Russia?

\nyes they can, alot of people done it, people are planning to do it, and later on moving with whole family there. tania rocks

What can you do in Russia?

Interesting places to see for a tourist: - The Kremlin - Saint Basil's Cathedral (At the Red Square) - Spasskaya Tower (At the Red Square) . - The Moskva river - The Ostankino Tower - Tretyakov Galery - Pushkin Museum of fine art - Cathedral of Christ The Savior - The GUM (A big (MORE)

What was Russia before it became Russia?

Part of Kiev-Rus that later became Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. When Russians try to explain this to westerners they usually compare it to the empire of the Franks (Francia/Frankia) that subsequently became France, Germany, The low countres, Northern Italy etc.

How did Russia become Russia?

Russia was first known as "Russia" after the Golden Horde left, and Russia eventually coalesced into a single state under the czar. This was around the 14th century.

Name soething you'd have to get used to if you move to Russia?

Getting used to anything Russian when moving to Russia, as with a move to any country and culture different from your own depends a lot on what climate you're moving from, whether you speak Russian, how well you understand Russian culture, whether you enjoy Russian styles of cooking, and many other (MORE)

Can Russian citizen travel outside Russia freely?

To EU/northern America countries Australia etc, no a visa is required. However to certain countries with no visa requirement like some former soviet union countries, neighbours like turkey and southern American countries for tourism or business purposes they may travel freely.

Why did Russia move from a Communist government and economy to a market economy?

In the mid- to late 1980s, the new Soviet leadership headed by Gorbachev, increasingly saw the Soviet administrative command economic system and the totalitarian political system (referred to as Communist by the West, though not by Russians) as stagnant and inadequate to successfully compete with th (MORE)

What did the Russia people do in Russia?

For doing business in Russia, you must register a legal entity (that is, the company) or register as an individual entrepreneur (a natural person). Then people need to collect and submit the necessary documents to the registration authority. The deadline for registration is 5-7 working days. Pri (MORE)

Was Russia always called Russia?

The present day Russian Federation originated from Slavic Tribes and the first Slavic State had been founded in 882 under the name of Kievan Rus'. Ivan III the Great later United independent villages and cities of modern day Russia under one State and expelled the Tatars from his land. During this t (MORE)

Do the citizens of Russia have the same rights as the citizens in the US?

Russia, at the present time, is a democracy much like the US, and its citizens have very similar rights under the law, although not exactly the same rights; there are many differences of detail. It should also be noted that the current government of Russia, controlled by President Alexander Putin, i (MORE)

When was Russia named Russia?

The word 'Russia' is actually English. In German 'Russia' is Russland which means 'a land of the Rus". Originally the name was 'Rus' that corresponds to the semi-legend South-Baltic tribe of Rus. We call our country "Россия" which in translitteration is 'Rossia". That name was fisr (MORE)

Do US citizen need visa to enter russia?

A US citizen must absolutely get a visa to enter Russia.Russian immigration laws are highly complex and the US citizen must take care as not to violate any of the country's laws. A very important thing to be noted here is that the US citizen should depart form Russia before the expiry of the issued (MORE)

Is kevian Russia the same as Russia?

Well, yea. Kievan Russia is the oldest independent Russian state. Then the power moved to the north, Novgorod. Now Kiev is a capital of Ukraine, but don't get confused: Russians, Ukranians and Belorussians are all the same. Languages are slightly different.

Why was Russia willing to accept and allow US citizens to immmigrate to Russia?

maybe perhaps they had been born in russia to diplomat parents who were working over there at their birth? or, they have parents who are native born russian-and since russia is now a 'democracy'(i use this word loosely), they allow a dual-citizenship? since perestroika, the russian borders are now a (MORE)

Can a US citizen with a DUI charge enter Russia?

When you apply for a Russian visa questions are asked about your character and citizenship. It is a pretty extensive form and several pages. The cost is about 300.00, but I wouldn't think a DUI would stop you from going. Don't lie on this form. When you enter Russia they double check your passport, (MORE)

Why was Russia named Russia?

The people living in the area of what is now Russia were referred to as 'Rus' in Medieval Latin. They then adopted this name and formed the country of Russia.

What has Russia done about poverty in Russia?

Poverty was not immense after the fall of the USSR, but it didincrease hugely, not much was done during the years after the USSR,until Vladimir Putin came to office, and he implemented more toughchanges by making the government more important in economics thanIt was in the past, poverty has fallen s (MORE)

How do you get to Russia?

There are many ways to get to Russia. Could you clarify your question. It can be by invitation, on a visa, etc.

How was propoganda used in Russia in order to influence it's citizens?

Communist propaganda in the Soviet Union was extensively based onthe Marxism-Leninism ideology to promote the Communist Party line.In societies with pervasive censorship, the propaganda wasomnipresent and very efficient. It penetrated even social andnatural sciences giving rise to various pseudo-sci (MORE)