Why does Russia need a blacklist of migrants and what does the World Cup 2018 have to do with it?

The Kyrgyz authorities would like to increase the flow of labor migrants from their country to Russia. However, before the World Cup in Moscow, Moscow has other plans on this score.
The Kyrgyz State Migration Service proposes to take a number of steps, due to which it will be possible to reduce the number of citizens of the republic who fall into the so-called black list – the list of persons to whom the Federal Migration Service (FMS) of Russia prohibits entry to the Russian Federation for one or another period. For example, the authorities in Bishkek urge Moscow to be more loyal to those violators who appeared on such a list for the first time and even repeatedly.
For what fall into the black list of FMS of Russia
The FMS blacklist is an official document that appeared in 2013. It mostly includes people who committed administrative or criminal offenses on the territory of the Russian Federation or who missed the registration deadline. Labor migrants who go to Russia are recommended to check on the FMS website whether there are any names in it.
You can get on the black list by delaying a patent for work, or if, for example, a migrant worker working on a truck has an unpaid fine for violation of traffic rules, says Dmitriy Kopylov, a Moscow public figure who deals with migrants from Central Asia. “Most often, the authorities are not looking for such a violator, and if he did not get caught during a police raid on checking documents, he can live in Russia long enough. But when he decides to cross the border, for example, at the airport, it will come to light and he will be banned from entering to Russia “, – continues the interlocutor DW

“Lose” the passport to re-enter the Russian Federation
However, it also happens that the presence of a migrant on a blacklist is discovered accidentally during the verification of documents. Then he must be deported. At the same time, once again in Kyrgyzstan or Tajikistan, a ban on further entry into Russia can be bypassed or removed, says Dmitry Kopylov. “They used to go around like this: in Tajikistan,” the passport “is lost, for $ 200 it turns out a new one in another name, and in two weeks you are back in Moscow,” he explains.
But now, the interlocutor continues, and in Tajikistan it became stricter with the restoration of the passport, and Russia began to take biometric data at the first crossing of the border. And if it turns out that these same fingerprints already appear in the database, but their owner has a different surname, then the migrant is in serious trouble.