A first trip to Moscow/Russia

Putin just signed a new law, making it easier to immigrate to Russia. Also, in the near future, Russia may advocate dual-citizenship, no longer requiring immigrants to renounce citizenship in their former home countries.
This article is republished from a new site about the Christian renaissance in Russia, called Russian Faith. Their introductory video is at end of this article.

Putin is making it easier to move to Russia. He just signed a law to simplify the process, and additional improvements are planned for the near future. While the initial changes are focused on helping Russian expats make the move, some of the improvements should benefit everyone who immigrates to Russia.

In related news, Patriarch Kirill — the head of the Russian Orthodox Church — recently said the Church may be able to provide immigration assistance for Orthodox Christians who are going through the process.

The following news report discusses how the immigration process is being simplified in Russia:

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