Legal regulation of status of labor migrants from Kazakhstan in the Russian empire of the XIXth century

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Article devoted to the legal regulation of labor activity of migrants from Kazakhstan in the Russian Empire of the 19th c. Author reviews the legislation on the status of labor migrants on the boundary regions of the Empire and Kazakhstan, discovers problems, connected with violation of this legislation and characterizes measures of fight against undocumented migration. It seems, that methods of legal regulation of labor migrants’ status used today were invented already during the imperial age.

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R Yu Pochekaev

National Research University «Higher School of Economics» in St. Petersburg

Email: ropot@mail.ru
The Department of Theory and History of Law and State

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