Applying for a Russian Visa

As a part of the Russian visa processing all applicants applying in the UK will be required to appear in person at our London or Edinburgh Offices to have their fingerprints taken digitally. No appointment required. Fingerprints and personal applications are not required for children under 12 years of age. 

For your convenience we will:

Assist you with Russian Visa Application form
Issue all documentation required by Russian Embassy
Pre-check your application form and your supporting documents to avoid risk of any mistakes
Take the biometric data
(available from 9am until 1:30pm only)
Collection of Visa on your behalf
Return delivery by the method of your choice
Getting a Russian visa is now a time-saving and traveller-friendly procedure.

Before arranging to visit Russia, people from most countries must apply for a Russian visa. Visas cannot be obtained at the border, so you are strongly advised to apply in advance in our office in London . If applying in Manchester or Edinburgh use our pre-check service.

Application forms must be filled in online, then printed out and signed by the applicants. The Russian Consulate decides on each application, and the payment of visa fees does not guarantee that a visa will be granted. 

Here at the Russian National Tourist Office, you can order a single or double entry tourist visa valid for up to 30 days and a single/double business visa valid for up to 3 months, or a multiple entry business visa valid for 1 year.

To apply for a visa to Russia, please follow the instructions in this link:  Russian National Tourist Office

If you have any questions regarding the visa application, use the link above or call the Russian National Tourist Office on 0207 985 1234. 

7% discount off full visa service price when you book a tour with Russian National Tourist Office and quote the Travel 55 code RU55.

A visa to the Russian Federation is a document, permitting stay in Russia for a specific period of time. Visa lists entry/exit dates, your name, passport details, and a purpose of travel.

Please note, that your Russian visa is an exit permit just like it’s an entry permit: if you lose it or stay over your designated departure date, leaving the country could be more troublesome than entering it.

 

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