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Russia visa

All foreign nationals are required to have entry visas to travel to the Russian Federation. Russian entry visas may be obtained at your local Russian Embassy or Consulate. An official authorization (Invitation) is also required. This may be obtained from the Passport and Visa Department (UVIR) at the Ministry Of Internal Affairs or specially authorised travel agencies.

Tourist Visa

Should you decide to book a trip with use one or our wide range of services, we will be glad to help with your visa application. Upon receiving your visa support (invitation and tourist voucher) you may apply for a visa at your Russian Embassy or Consulate.

Online visa requests are processed immediately by our Moscow office and live customer support is available seven days a week. If you send us an e mail, we will get back to you the following working day. Tourist Visa support documents

    Step by step guide to obtaining a Russian tourist visa:
  1. Send us your complete passport details and dates of your visit to Russia.
  2. We will prepare your invitation and tourist voucher. These will be scaned and e-mailed or faxed to you the following working day to any country in the world.
  3. To obtain your visa, present your Invitation and tourist Voucher at your Russian Embassy or Consulate. (You may contact us for address and phone numbers of Russian Embassy or Consulate in your country.)
Apply for a Russian tourist visa online

Please note:

Some Russian Embassy and Consulate departments require additional papers or have specific requirements. (Passport copies, number and size of photos, etc.) Please contact you Russian Embassy or Consulate for this particular information.

Business Visa

Business Visa support documents

Business visas last from one month to one year. They may also be multiple entry which will allow you to enter Russia an unlimited number of times during a certain period. Business Visas are initially processed in Russia by the Ministry of Foreign affairs. Visa support is an invitation which is issued by the Ministry. It should take a maximum of thirty days to process your visa support application at the Ministry. After you have received your visa support you may apply for your visa at your local Russian Embassy or Consulate.

    Step by step guide to obtaining a Russian business visa:
  1. Send us your complete passport details and dates of your visit to Russia
  2. We will prepare your invitation and post it by to any countries of the world by an express post. (Russian consulates require the original of invitation to obtain Business visa.)
  3. To obtain your visa, present your official visa support documents at your Russian Embassy or Consulate.
Apply for a Russian business visa online

Type of visaPrice (telex) RURPrice (original) RURTerms
1 entry550031503-5 days - telex, 10 days - original
2 entries during 3 months550035005 days
multi entries during 3 months5500-16-18 days
multi entries during 6 months9000455016-18 days
multi entries during 1 year9000525016-18 days

Migration Card and Registration

Migration card

Migration cards are part of a range of measures connected to the law on foreigners, which was introduced in November 2002 before many of its related rules and regulations were issued.

Officials have repeatedly stated that the aim of the law is to track illegal migrants from other countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States, whose citizens can travel to Russia without visas.

The card is in Russian language only and has two identical sections. The holder's name, age, sex and purpose of stay are recorded on both parts; one half stays at the point of issue, and the other is given up when the holder leaves the country. The immigration card should be carried at all times with your passport. You can get the printable translated copy of migration card with click on its image. Printable translated copy of migration card

When you arrive at any Russian city you will need to register. You may either do this at your hotel or at the Passport and Visa department at the Ministry Of Internal Affairs, (PVU.) Please note: you need to register within 72 hours upon your arrival.

  • If you are staying at a Russian hotel, you will be registered at the front desk. You will be asked for you visa and passport. A small registration fee may be required. The registration is valid for the length of your stay at the hotel.
  • If you are staying with friends, relatives or in your own accommodation, you can be registered at the PVU. This is a little more complicates procedure than registering at your hotel, but we will be able to help you with that as well.
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