Russia Visa Documents

Russia Visa Documents

iVisa | Updated on Jul 01, 2022

If you’re planning to travel soon, you’re probably wondering about the Russia Visa documents you’ll need for your trip. Below, we’ll tell you exactly what you need to process your visa and how we can help you expedite the process. We’ll also share some of the most exciting attractions to visit on your next trip.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What COVID-19 requirements should I consider before traveling to Russia?

Travelers visiting Russia will need to get a PCR test within 72 hours from arrival. Health insurance is also a mandatory requirement.

However, restrictions are always in flux due to COVID-19, so we’ve put together a product page to keep you updated on any changes.

We invite you to check it to learn about the restrictions and the Russia Visa Documents.

What is the Russia Visa and how do I apply for it?

The Russia Visa is a travel authorization that allows visitors to enter Russia for tourism or business purpose. But before you can apply for a visa, you’ll need to obtain a Russia Invitation Letter. There are several options depending on what you need: a tourist invitation letter valid for a single entry, a tourist invitation letter for two entries, and two different business invitation letters valid for multiple entries. The business letters can be issued for 1 year or 3 years depending on your needs.

To apply for it you just need to follow these three simple steps:

  • First: Complete our online form using your personal information and choose the best processing time for you.
  • Second: Double-check that all the information entered is correct. We want to avoid any issues and pick your preferred form of payment. We accept both credit and debit cards.
  • Third:Upload all the required documents and apply. If you miss any, don’t worry! Our team will contact you to complete your application.

Russia Visa Documents - You will need both the invitation letter and the Russia Visa to enter Russia.

Which documents do I need to apply for the Russia invitation letter?

The required paperwork is very easy to find. You’ll need:

  • A scan of your passport’s personal details page.
  • A scan of the last page of your passport. (if applicable)
  • Proof of accommodation.

Russia Visa Documents - Once you have these items you’ll be ready to apply for your Russia Invitation Letter.

What are the processing times and fees for the Russia Invitation Letter?

They vary depending on which Russia Invitation Letter you’ll need.

Tourist Invitation Letter - Single Entry. This document is valid for 30 days after arrival.

  • Standard Processing: 24 hours for USD 33.99
  • Rush Processing: 6 hours for USD 66.99
  • Super Rush Processing: 30 minutes for USD 104.99

Tourist Invitation Letter - Double Entry. This document is valid for 30 days after arrival.

  • Standard Processing: 24 hours for USD 33.99
  • Rush Processing: 6 hours for USD 66.99
  • Super Rush Processing: 30 minutes for USD 104.99

Business Invitation Letter - Multiple Entry. This document is valid for 3 years after arrival.

  • Standard Processing: 5 Business Days days for USD 33.99
  • Rush Processing: 3 Business Days for USD 66.99
  • Super Rush Processing: 1 Business Day for USD 104.99

Russia Visa Documents - Pick the best option to process this essential document.

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Visit Moscow.

The capital of Russia is by far the most visited city in the country and one of the most popular in Europe.

This historic city is home to the government office, being the most symbolic building: the Kremlin. From here, tsars, communist dictators, and modern-day presidents have led the country's history. The best views of the building are from Sofiyskaya nab across the river. The best time to take the tour of the building is between the months of April and October at noon. At this time, the change of guards at Sobornaya Squssre takes place. It's a historic choreography worth seeing.

Another great site is Assumption Cathedral. The decoration inside the cathedral is full of warm reds, blues, and gold. On the walls, there are religious scenes portraying some of the favorite themes of the Russian church. There are also historical depictions of the main figures who brought Christianity to Russia. It's a great site to better understand Russia's religious history.

Lastly, you cannot skip a visit to the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. Here you’ll find an extensive selection of European works, including masterpieces from ancient civilizations, the Italian Renaissance, and the Dutch Golden Age.

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