At least 15 citizens of Kyrgyzstan appealed to a human rights organization with a complaint that their employer did not pay wages. A human rights activist Valentina Chupik reported.
According to her, the migrants told that in November 2018, they found a job in a cleaning company MAIS. They were assigned two schools in Moscow. The migrants worked 11 hours a day, five days a week. There were no claims on terms and quality of work done. However, the salary was not paid.
Valentina Chupik explained that the management of MAIS company not only violated criminal and labor laws, but also migration and tax laws: the company employed the migrants without registration and evaded taxes.
The human rights activist was going to send a statement to the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation with a request to bring the officials of MAIS company to justice, and also filed a petition with the prosecutor’s office and tax structures.