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Yes, as long as your entry is done through one of these three ports; Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg and Leningrad or Far East Federal District.
If you wish to visit Moscow, or another destination other than the ones mentioned above, you will need to go to the nearest embassy to apply for your visa in person.
There are several visas granted by the Russian consulate: tourist, business, study, transit and personal or ordinary. However, the most common ones are tourist and business visas.
If you plan to leave the airport, yes, you must present your transit visa which allows you to stay up to 3 days in the country.
The visa application takes no more than 5 minutes. The approval of the application will take between 2-3 working days depending on your date of entry to the country.
Yes, minors must also have a valid visa to enter the country.
You can apply for an extension of your e-visa at the airport, but it’s not guaranteed that you will get approval for it. This procedure can never be done online.
If your passport gets lost or stolen with or without your visa, you must go to the nearest police station to file a report. In order to have new documents or a new visa, you must go to your country's embassy in Russia.
The visas that we process are valid for 8 days from the date of entry into the country.
The price of the electronic visa (e-visa) for any of the 3 types available is 29€.
The visa application takes no more than 5 minutes. However, the approval of the application is not immediate. It takes between 2-3 working days depending on your date of entry to the country.
It depends on where you are traveling in Russia. You will always need a valid visa and your original passport with a minimum of 6 months validity starting from the date of entry to the country.
You will need to present your original passport and your printed approved e-visa.
Yes, as long as your entry is at one of these three ports: Kaliningrad oblast, Saint Petersburg and Leningrad Oblast or Far Eastern Federal District. If you wish to enter through Moscow, your visa application must be made in person at the embassy.
You can apply for your e-Visa at any time. It does not take more than 48 hours, although we recommend that you do it at least 15 days in advance, in case some additional documents are needed.
If you have to apply for your visa in person at the embassy, then you should start applying at least 1 month in advance.
Check here if your country is eligible to apply for a visa online, or if you need a visa in person.
Most of the countries require foreign visitors to apply for some type of online or offline visa or travel authorization before entering the country. Russia is no exception and requires its visitors to apply either for Russia visa which is offline, or Russia eVisa for one of the districts. So before you apply you have to choose whether you want to visit the Far East, Kaliningrad, or Saint Petersburg. Each of these Russia online visas allow one stay for 8 days within the selected province.
Please note that every government reserves the right to deny the entry into the country despite having approved visa. Each traveler will be processed individually upon their arrival by the immigration officer at the airport, port or border. However, this occurs mostly due to the fact the person poses a threat to security or national interests.