In order to apply for a Russian visa, you will need to send a visa invitation along with the rest of your application. This visa invitation consists of two documents, which are individually known as: The “hotel voucher” The “confirmation” … Continued
You may be asked to enter details of any countries you have visited, with dates, when completing the Russian visa application form. If you have visited many countries in the past, it may be impractical to list them all. In … Continued
Yes, we can register your visa in Moscow even if you did not order a Russian visa invitation from us. Please contact us to arrange this.
You should apply for your visa to Russia (i.e. send your visa application to a Russian embassy or consulate) no earlier than 90 days (3 months) before your intended date of entry into the country. However, you can order your … Continued
It is not essential to know your exact dates of entry into, and departure from, Russia when applying for your Russian visa invitation. You can provide the earliest date of entry and latest date of exit from Russia. You are … Continued
Refunds are not currently possible for rail tickets.
You will require a visa for each person travelling regardless of age. However, if your child is under 16 years old and shares a parent’s passport, the Russian consulate may allow you to apply for one visa to cover both … Continued
If you will be staying in Russia for more than 72 hours (not including weekends and holidays), then you will need to register your visa. If you do not, you are likely to be prevented from leaving the country, and … Continued
Although many Russian Embassies will ask for one on their website, in practice this is only rarely required. Less than 1 percent of our customers ever need a covering letter.
Although Russian consulates are entitled to ask to see an original copy of your visa invitation, in most cases they will are happy to accept a faxed or emailed copy. We find that Russian consulates will accept a faxed or … Continued