Work visa

Work visa

Important to Know

Work Visas are issued to foreign nationals traveling to the Russian Federation with the intent to perform paid work which is taxable. The inviting organization must obtain an Original Official Invitation issued by the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation that is made by the inviting Russian company.

Work visas may be granted an extension based on the contract length entered between the Employer and Employee by contacting a local Federal Migration Service office. Extensions must be in compliance with the laws of the Russian Federation.

Work visas are single-entry with a maximum duration of 90 days, or 1 or 3 year Multiple-Entry.

Visa Center in Washington

 Visa Center in Washington

Requirements for a Single, or Multi-entry Work visa:

  1. An Original Official Invitation, issued by the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation;

  2. An original, signed passport with at least 2 blank pages marked “Visas”, that is valid for at least 18 months after the visa start date;

  3. A printed visa application filled out at visa.kdmid.ru, signed by the applicant;

    • 3.1 The very first question on the electronic application site asking “Country (select the country where you will be applying for your visa)”
      Be sure that you select “UNITED STATES” ;

    • 3.2 You must choose the Visa Center where you will be dropping off your documents.

  4. One standard passport-style photograph 3.5cm x 4.5cm, (colloquially known as 2" by 2" in the US), with a clear view of the face, without dark glasses, or head coverings (except for persons whose religious or national traditions require it, in which case the photograph must match the passport photo). ) - specific criteria;

  5. HIV Test Certificate done no longer than 90 days before applying is required(HIV test must be conducted via a blood sample);

  6. Payment must be in the form of a Money Order or a Cashier's Check (Bank Check) made payable to Invisa Logistic Services, LLC. If applying in person, payment by cash is also accepted. 

For our mail service - click here

EU (European Union) Citizens are required to provide a copy of their health insurance policy card, along with their policy documents that is valid in the Russian Federation for the visa period, except for countries covered by bilateral agreements. If you are not EU citizens, then please ask visa center operators whether you require medical insurance. Your policy must include information about clinics covered in Russia.

US CITIZENS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE IN ORDER TO APPLY FOR A VISA. 

NON-US CITIZENS must provide a copy of their legal status in the US:

  1. Green Card; or
  2. Long-term US Visa, tourist visas not accepted.

    US citizens with a second passport must apply for a visa using only their US passport; invitations must be filled out according to the US passport.

Take Note! The Russian Consulate has the right to ask for additional documentation in order to process your visa application, ask you to come in for an interview, or extend the visa processing time of your application.

Attention! If you are not a citizen of the United States, you must provide the following in addition to your documents:

  1. Permission for uninterrupted stay in the United States for more than 90 days for citizens of the following countries: Albania, Bahrein, Venezuela, Haiti, Egypt, Ireland, Lesotho, Libya, Macedonia, Male, Mexico, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Oman, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and North Ireland, Sierra-Leone, Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, and Japan.
    In accordance with national laws, documentary evidence allowing uninterrupted stay in United States for more than 90 days may be a Student or Work visa, work permit, permanent residency (Green Card).
  2. Permanent residency status in United States or a similar document for citizens of the following countries: Algeria, Angola, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Georgia, India, Iraq, Iran, China, DPRK, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Syria, Somalia, Chad, Sri-Lanka, Ethiopia.

Additional Requirements for Work Visas:

  1. Customer Agreement (between applicant and Invisa on services rendered) (a template may be found here);
    Please note that the «ID number» - is the number of your passport or driver’s license.

  2. Notarized non-objection letter (if you applying on behalf of another person) (a template may be found here);

  3. Letter from company/organization (If a company/organization representative is submitting documents on behalf of their employees) (a template may be found here).

 

For former citizens of the USSR:

When applying for a visa it is necessary to provide documentation that you no longer possess Russian citizenship, such as:

  • Copy of USSR passport with a stamp stating you left for “permanent residence abroad”, dated prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a “Visa to Israel” issued prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a Certificate of Naturalization issued prior to 1996;
  • Or a document confirming the renunciation of your Russian citizenship;
  • Or a copy of the main pages of a passport of a former USSR state, issued after February 1992;
  • Or a written statement of explanation, in the case that you have no documentation (at discretion of the Consulate).

In accordance with Russian law, visas can not be issued to Russian citizens with expired passports. We remind you that in accordance to Article 12 of Russian Law “On citizenship of the Russian Federation”, children born to two parents who are Russian citizens, automatically gain Russian citizenship, regardless of the place of birth. In this case visas are not issued, and they must apply for Russian citizenship, or have their information written into the passport of one of their parents, or obtain a Russian passport.

Australian citizens must provide a detailed autobiography either in Russian.

If applying for a minor, please provide a copy of their Birth Certificate, in which it is evident that at least of the parents is not a citizen of the Russian Federation.

Visa Center in New York

 Visa Center in New York

Requirements for a Single, or Multi-entry Work visa:

  1. An Original Official Invitation, issued by the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation;

  2. An original, signed passport with at least 2 blank pages marked “Visas”, that is valid for at least 18 months after the visa start date;

  3. A printed visa application filled out at visa.kdmid.ru, signed by the applicant;

    • 3.1 The very first question on the electronic application site asking “Country (select the country where you will be applying for your visa)”
      Be sure that you select “UNITED STATES” ;

    • 3.2 You must choose the Visa Center where you will be dropping off your documents.

  4. One standard passport-style photograph 3.5cm x 4.5cm, (colloquially known as 2" by 2" in the US), with a clear view of the face, without dark glasses, or head coverings (except for persons whose religious or national traditions require it, in which case the photograph must match the passport photo). ) - specific criteria;

  5. HIV Test Certificate done no longer than 90 days before applying is required(HIV test must be conducted via a blood sample);

  6. Payment must be in the form of a Money Order or a Cashier's Check (Bank Check) made payable to Invisa Logistic Services, LLC. If applying in person, payment by cash is also accepted. 

For our mail service - click here

EU (European Union ) Citizens are required to provide a copy of their health insurance policy card, along with their policy documents that is valid in the Russian Federation for the visa period, except for countries covered by bilateral agreements. If you are not EU citizens, then please ask visa center operators whether you require medical insurance. Your policy must include information about clinics covered in Russia.

US CITIZENS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE IN ORDER TO APPLY FOR A VISA. 

NON-US CITIZENS must provide a copy of their legal status in the US:

  1. Green Card; or
  2. Long-term US Visa, tourist visas not accepted.

    US citizens with a second passport must apply for a visa using only their US passport; invitations must be filled out according to the US passport.

Take Note! The Russian Consulate has the right to ask for additional documentation in order to process your visa application, ask you to come in for an interview, or extend the visa processing time of your application.

Attention! If you are not a citizen of the United States, you must provide the following in addition to your documents:

  1. Permission for uninterrupted stay in the United States for more than 90 days for citizens of the following countries: Albania, Bahrein, Venezuela, Haiti, Egypt, Ireland, Lesotho, Libya, Macedonia, Male, Mexico, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Oman, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and North Ireland, Sierra-Leone, Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, and Japan.
    In accordance with national laws, documentary evidence allowing uninterrupted stay in United States for more than 90 days may be a Student or Work visa, work permit, permanent residency (Green Card).
  2. Permanent residency status in United States or a similar document for citizens of the following countries: Algeria, Angola, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Georgia, India, Iraq, Iran, China, DPRK, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Syria, Somalia, Chad, Sri-Lanka, Ethiopia.

Additional Requirements for Work Visas:

  1. Customer Agreement (between applicant and Invisa on services rendered) (a template may be found here);
    Please note that the «ID number» - is the number of your passport or driver’s license.

  2. Notarized non-objection letter (if you applying on behalf of another person) (a template may be found here);

  3. Letter from company/organization (If a company/organization representative is submitting documents on behalf of their employees) (a template may be found here).

 

For former citizens of the USSR:

When applying for a visa it is necessary to provide documentation that you no longer possess Russian citizenship, such as:

  • Copy of USSR passport with a stamp stating you left for “permanent residence abroad”, dated prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a “Visa to Israel” issued prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a Certificate of Naturalization issued prior to 1996;
  • Or a document confirming the renunciation of your Russian citizenship;
  • Or a copy of the main pages of a passport of a former USSR state, issued after February 1992;
  • Or a written statement of explanation, in the case that you have no documentation (at discretion of the Consulate).

In accordance with Russian law, visas can not be issued to Russian citizens with expired passports. We remind you that in accordance to Article 12 of Russian Law “On citizenship of the Russian Federation”, children born to two parents who are Russian citizens, automatically gain Russian citizenship, regardless of the place of birth. In this case visas are not issued, and they must apply for Russian citizenship, or have their information written into the passport of one of their parents, or obtain a Russian passport.

Australian citizens must provide a detailed autobiography either in Russian.

If applying for a minor, please provide a copy of their Birth Certificate, in which it is evident that at least of the parents is not a citizen of the Russian Federation.

Visa Center in San Francisco

 Visa Center in San Francisco

Requirements for a Single, or Multi-entry Work visa:

  1. An Original Official Invitation, issued by the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation;

  2. An original, signed passport with at least 2 blank pages marked “Visas”, that is valid for at least 18 months after the visa start date;

  3. A printed visa application filled out at visa.kdmid.ru, signed by the applicant;

    • 3.1 The very first question on the electronic application site asking “Country (select the country where you will be applying for your visa)”
      Be sure that you select “UNITED STATES” ;

    • 3.2 You must choose the Visa Center where you will be dropping off your documents.

  4. One standard passport-style photograph 3.5cm x 4.5cm, (colloquially known as 2" by 2" in the US), with a clear view of the face, without dark glasses, or head coverings (except for persons whose religious or national traditions require it, in which case the photograph must match the passport photo). ) - specific criteria;

  5. HIV Test Certificate done no longer than 90 days before applying is required(HIV test must be conducted via a blood sample);

  6. Payment must be in the form of a Money Order or a Cashier's Check (Bank Check) made payable to Invisa Logistic Services, LLC. If applying in person, payment by cash is also accepted. 

For our mail service - click here

EU (European Union) Citizens are required to provide a copy of their health insurance policy card, along with their policy documents that is valid in the Russian Federation for the visa period, except for countries covered by bilateral agreements. If you are not EU citizens, then please ask visa center operators whether you require medical insurance. Your policy must include information about clinics covered in Russia.

US CITIZENS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE IN ORDER TO APPLY FOR A VISA. 

NON-US CITIZENS must provide a copy of their legal status in the US:

  1. Green Card; or
  2. Long-term US Visa, tourist visas not accepted.

    US citizens with a second passport must apply for a visa using only their US passport; invitations must be filled out according to the US passport.

Take Note! The Russian Consulate has the right to ask for additional documentation in order to process your visa application, ask you to come in for an interview, or extend the visa processing time of your application.

Attention! If you are not a citizen of the United States, you must provide the following in addition to your documents:

  1. Permission for uninterrupted stay in the United States for more than 90 days for citizens of the following countries: Albania, Bahrein, Venezuela, Haiti, Egypt, Ireland, Lesotho, Libya, Macedonia, Male, Mexico, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Oman, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and North Ireland, Sierra-Leone, Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, and Japan.
    In accordance with national laws, documentary evidence allowing uninterrupted stay in United States for more than 90 days may be a Student or Work visa, work permit, permanent residency (Green Card).
  2. Permanent residency status in United States or a similar document for citizens of the following countries: Algeria, Angola, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Georgia, India, Iraq, Iran, China, DPRK, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Syria, Somalia, Chad, Sri-Lanka, Ethiopia.

Additional Requirements for Work Visas:

Work visa applications can only be submitted in person.

For non-US citizens, work permits can provide their legal US status.

 

  1. Customer Agreement (between applicant and Invisa on services rendered) (a template may be found here);
    Please note that the «ID number» - is the number of your passport or driver’s license.

  2. Notarized non-objection letter (if you applying on behalf of another person) (a template may be found here);

  3. Letter from company/organization (If a company/organization representative is submitting documents on behalf of their employees) (a template may be found here).

 

For former citizens of the USSR:

When applying for a visa it is necessary to provide documentation that you no longer possess Russian citizenship, such as:

  • Copy of USSR passport with a stamp stating you left for “permanent residence abroad”, dated prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a “Visa to Israel” issued prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a Certificate of Naturalization issued prior to 1996;
  • Or a document confirming the renunciation of your Russian citizenship;
  • Or a copy of the main pages of a passport of a former USSR state, issued after February 1992;
  • Or a written statement of explanation, in the case that you have no documentation (at discretion of the Consulate).

In accordance with Russian law, visas can not be issued to Russian citizens with expired passports. We remind you that in accordance to Article 12 of Russian Law “On citizenship of the Russian Federation”, children born to two parents who are Russian citizens, automatically gain Russian citizenship, regardless of the place of birth. In this case visas are not issued, and they must apply for Russian citizenship, or have their information written into the passport of one of their parents, or obtain a Russian passport.

Australian citizens must provide a detailed autobiography either in Russian.

If applying for a minor, please provide a copy of their Birth Certificate, in which it is evident that at least of the parents is not a citizen of the Russian Federation.

Visa Center in Houston

 Visa Center in Houston

Requirements for a Single, or Multi-entry Work visa:

  1. An Original Official Invitation, issued by the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation;

  2. An original, signed passport with at least 2 blank pages marked “Visas”, that is valid for at least 18 months after the visa start date and a copy of it’s vital page;

  3. A printed visa application filled out at visa.kdmid.ru, signed by the applicant;

    • 3.1 The very first question on the electronic application site asking “Country (select the country where you will be applying for your visa)”
      Be sure that you select “UNITED STATES” ;

    • 3.2 You must choose the Visa Center where you will be dropping off your documents.

  4. One standard passport-style photograph 3.5cm x 4.5cm, (colloquially known as 2" by 2" in the US), with a clear view of the face, without dark glasses, or head coverings (except for persons whose religious or national traditions require it, in which case the photograph must match the passport photo). ) - specific criteria;

  5. HIV Test Certificate done no longer than 90 days before applying is required(HIV test must be conducted via a blood sample);

  6. Payment must be in the form of a Money Order or a Cashier's Check (Bank Check) made payable to Invisa Logistic Services, LLC. If applying in person, payment by cash is also accepted. 

For our mail service - click here

EU (European Union) Citizens are required to provide a copy of their health insurance policy card, along with their policy documents that is valid in the Russian Federation for the visa period, except for countries covered by bilateral agreements. If you are not EU citizens, then please ask visa center operators whether you require medical insurance. Your policy must include information about clinics covered in Russia.

US CITIZENS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE IN ORDER TO APPLY FOR A VISA. 

NON-US CITIZENS must provide a copy of their legal status in the US:

  1. Green Card; or
  2. Long-term US Visa, tourist visas not accepted.

    US citizens with a second passport must apply for a visa using only their US passport; invitations must be filled out according to the US passport.

Take Note! The Russian Consulate has the right to ask for additional documentation in order to process your visa application, ask you to come in for an interview, or extend the visa processing time of your application.

Attention! If you are not a citizen of the United States, you must provide the following in addition to your documents:

  1. Permission for uninterrupted stay in the United States for more than 90 days for citizens of the following countries: Albania, Bahrein, Venezuela, Haiti, Egypt, Ireland, Lesotho, Libya, Macedonia, Male, Mexico, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Oman, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and North Ireland, Sierra-Leone, Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, and Japan.
    In accordance with national laws, documentary evidence allowing uninterrupted stay in United States for more than 90 days may be a Student or Work visa, work permit, permanent residency (Green Card).
  2. Permanent residency status in United States or a similar document for citizens of the following countries: Algeria, Angola, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Georgia, India, Iraq, Iran, China, DPRK, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Syria, Somalia, Chad, Sri-Lanka, Ethiopia. 

Additional Requirements for Work Visas:

For non-US citizens, work permits can provide their legal US status.

There are no 3yr Work visas.

 

  1. Customer Agreement (between applicant and Invisa on services rendered) (a template may be found here);
    Please note that the «ID number» - is the number of your passport or driver’s license.

  2. Notarized non-objection letter (if you applying on behalf of another person) (a template may be found here);

  3. Letter from company/organization (If a company/organization representative is submitting documents on behalf of their employees) (a template may be found here).

 

For former citizens of the USSR:

When applying for a visa it is necessary to provide documentation that you no longer possess Russian citizenship, such as:

  • Copy of USSR passport with a stamp stating you left for “permanent residence abroad”, dated prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a “Visa to Israel” issued prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a Certificate of Naturalization issued prior to 1996;
  • Or a document confirming the renunciation of your Russian citizenship;
  • Or a copy of the main pages of a passport of a former USSR state, issued after February 1992;
  • Or a written statement of explanation, in the case that you have no documentation (at discretion of the Consulate).

In accordance with Russian law, visas can not be issued to Russian citizens with expired passports. We remind you that in accordance to Article 12 of Russian Law “On citizenship of the Russian Federation”, children born to two parents who are Russian citizens, automatically gain Russian citizenship, regardless of the place of birth. In this case visas are not issued, and they must apply for Russian citizenship, or have their information written into the passport of one of their parents, or obtain a Russian passport.

Australian citizens must provide a detailed autobiography either in Russian.

If applying for a minor, please provide a copy of their Birth Certificate, in which it is evident that at least of the parents is not a citizen of the Russian Federation.

Visa Center in Seattle

 Visa Center in Seattle

Requirements for a Single, or Multi-entry Work visa:

  1. An Original Official Invitation, issued by the Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation;

  2. An original, signed passport with at least 2 blank pages marked “Visas”, that is valid for at least 18 months after the visa start date;

  3. A printed visa application filled out at visa.kdmid.ru, signed by the applicant;

    • 3.1 The very first question on the electronic application site asking “Country (select the country where you will be applying for your visa)”
      Be sure that you select “UNITED STATES” ;

    • 3.2 You must choose the Visa Center where you will be dropping off your documents.

  4. One standard passport-style photograph 3.5cm x 4.5cm, (colloquially known as 2" by 2" in the US), with a clear view of the face, without dark glasses, or head coverings (except for persons whose religious or national traditions require it, in which case the photograph must match the passport photo). ) - specific criteria;

  5. HIV Test Certificate done no longer than 90 days before applying is required(HIV test must be conducted via a blood sample);

  6. Payment must be in the form of a Money Order or a Cashier's Check (Bank Check) made payable to Invisa Logistic Services, LLC. If applying in person, payment by cash is also accepted. 

For our mail service - click here

EU (European Union) Citizens are required to provide a copy of their health insurance policy card, along with their policy documents that is valid in the Russian Federation for the visa period, except for countries covered by bilateral agreements. If you are not EU citizens, then please ask visa center operators whether you require medical insurance. Your policy must include information about clinics covered in Russia.

US CITIZENS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE IN ORDER TO APPLY FOR A VISA. 

NON-US CITIZENS must provide a copy of their legal status in the US:

  1. Green Card; or
  2. Long-term US Visa, tourist visas not accepted.

    US citizens with a second passport must apply for a visa using only their US passport; invitations must be filled out according to the US passport.

Take Note! The Russian Consulate has the right to ask for additional documentation in order to process your visa application, ask you to come in for an interview, or extend the visa processing time of your application.

Attention! If you are not a citizen of the United States, you must provide the following in addition to your documents:

  1. Permission for uninterrupted stay in the United States for more than 90 days for citizens of the following countries: Albania, Bahrein, Venezuela, Haiti, Egypt, Ireland, Lesotho, Libya, Macedonia, Male, Mexico, New Zealand, United Arab Emirates, Oman, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and North Ireland, Sierra-Leone, Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, and Japan.
    In accordance with national laws, documentary evidence allowing uninterrupted stay in United States for more than 90 days may be a Student or Work visa, work permit, permanent residency (Green Card).
  2. Permanent residency status in United States or a similar document for citizens of the following countries: Algeria, Angola, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Georgia, India, Iraq, Iran, China, DPRK, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Syria, Somalia, Chad, Sri-Lanka, Ethiopia.

Additional Requirements for Work Visas:

  1. Customer Agreement (between applicant and Invisa on services rendered) (a template may be found here);
    Please note that the «ID number» - is the number of your passport or driver’s license.

  2. Notarized non-objection letter (if you applying on behalf of another person) (a template may be found here);

  3. Letter from company/organization (If a company/organization representative is submitting documents on behalf of their employees) (a template may be found here).

 

For former citizens of the USSR:

When applying for a visa it is necessary to provide documentation that you no longer possess Russian citizenship, such as:

  • Copy of USSR passport with a stamp stating you left for “permanent residence abroad”, dated prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a “Visa to Israel” issued prior to February 6, 1992;
  • Or a copy of a Certificate of Naturalization issued prior to 1996;
  • Or a document confirming the renunciation of your Russian citizenship;
  • Or a copy of the main pages of a passport of a former USSR state, issued after February 1992;
  • Or a written statement of explanation, in the case that you have no documentation (at discretion of the Consulate).

In accordance with Russian law, visas can not be issued to Russian citizens with expired passports. We remind you that in accordance to Article 12 of Russian Law “On citizenship of the Russian Federation”, children born to two parents who are Russian citizens, automatically gain Russian citizenship, regardless of the place of birth. In this case visas are not issued, and they must apply for Russian citizenship, or have their information written into the passport of one of their parents, or obtain a Russian passport.

Australian citizens must provide a detailed autobiography either in Russian.

If applying for a minor, please provide a copy of their Birth Certificate, in which it is evident that at least of the parents is not a citizen of the Russian Federation.

Rates and terms

Consulate Fees are applicable to US citizens only

Number of Entries

Consular Fee
Regular* / Expedited**

Visa Cente
Processing Fee

Totals for In-Person

Additional Services

     

Submission
Regular*/ Expedited**

Express Delivery* 

Processing by Mail**

Single Entry $90 / $180 $ 33  $123 / $213 + $ 30* + $ 85**
Double Entry $144 / $288   $ 33    $177 / $321 + $ 30* + $ 85**
1/3Year Multiple Entry $270 / $540 $ 33  $303 / $573 + $ 30* + $ 85**

¹3 Year Multiple-Entry Visas can be expedited only under Emergency circumstances at the discretion of the Consulate.

*Regular Processing Time is 10  Calendar Days from the day the documents are submitted to the Russian Consulate for review.
**Expedited Processing Time is 3 Business Days from the day the documents are submitted to the Russian Consulate for review.


Payment is accepted in the form of a Money Order or Cashier's Check made payable to «Invisa Logistic Services, LLC», for those applying in person, cash is also accepted.


Please Note!

* For information regarding Same-Day Express delivery of your documents to the Consulate, click here

** Additional information on documents required when applying by mail maybe found in Mail Service


Please Note!

Additional mailing fee for Alaska and Hawai'i + $10

Additional mailing fee for Saturday Delivery + $20

Additional fee for international shipping + $45


Non-US citizens or stateless persons must contact a Call Center Agent to ascertain the Consulate Fee.


Consular fees and processing times for foreign nationals and stateless persons are determined by the Consulates of the Russian Federation.


Please Note!

In the case of outright denial of your application by the Russian Consulate, the Consular Fee and the Processing Fee's are non-refundable.

Fill in the visa application form


To fill in the questionnaire, please follow this link visa.kdmid.ru

 

Service for completing the electronic visa application form

Russian Visa Application Center offers additional service for completing the electronic visa application form when submitting documents to the Visa Center, or correction on behalf of the applicant (authorized representative) of the mistakes made on the application form.

Visa application form is filled on the basis of documents and information submitted by the applicant, and is signed by the applicant personally.

Visa application correction fee is charged in addition to the service fee, and is 30 dollars per application. Please ask the Operator of the Russian Visa Application Center about this service, when you apply for a visa.

Services

Dear Applicants!

The Russian Visa Center offers it's clients the following services:

  • Document preparation and return to avoid errors;
  • Delivery of documents to the Russian Consulate for visa issue;
  • Returning the completed documents to the applicant;
  • Assisting with questions regarding the visa process.

Dear Applicants!

The Russian Visa Center offers its clients the following additional services:

  

Completing the Visa Application;

  

Copying and Printing Services;

  

Passport photos;

  

Applying for a visa by mail;

  

Document translation;

  

Status updates via text messaging;

  

Same day express delivery to Consulate;

Important to know!

  • Requesting any of the aforementioned services does not affect the visa review time at the Consular level, and does not guarantee the approval of the visa.
  • The cost of any selected services is in addition to the standard service fee.
  • All aforementioned services are provided at the voluntary request of the applicant.
  • Please familiarize yourself with all terms and conditions of the selected services prior to requesting them.