Original passport with two blank visa pages. Passport must be valid for at least six months after departure from Russia.
Completed and signed visa application form. Even if it's being completed by AnyVisa, you will be required to sign it.
One recently taken original photo (35 x 45mm)
Tourist voucher and confirmation letter from Russian travel agency or hotel in Russia.
Please note we can assist you with Russian tourist visa support for additional fee. For further information please contact our Visa Consultants.
Non-Canadian nationals should submit a proof of their status in Canada (copy of PR card, work or student permit)
A letter from yourself (if travelling individually) explaining who is travelling, where, when and with what purpose, addressed to the (Embassy of Russia) (Attention to visa consul). for business type visa (Business support letter from Canadian employer).
Flight itinerary round trip showing double entries
Citizens of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland should submit a proof of medical insurance valid in Russia along with visa applications.
All former citizens of USSR, or citizens that immigrated from Soviet Union or Russian Federation before February 6th, 1992 must submit one of the documents confirming that they are no longer citizens of the Russian Federation (“visa to Israel” or “permanent residence abroad” stamp, official document certifying that their Russian citizenship was renounced or photocopy of USSR passport); otherwise, applications cannot be accepted and processed.
Неужели кто-то из Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland едет лечится в совок??
"“visa to Israel” or “permanent residence abroad” stamp, official document certifying that their Russian citizenship was renounced or photocopy of USSR passport"--кусок идиотов...
Где такие бумаги взять спустя 30 лет?