Are you a Japanese citizen going to the Vladivostok Region? Japan citizens are one of the 18 groups of citizens that are allowed to visit Russia’s Far East regions by using the fast, simpler Vladivostok e-Visa including Japanese citizens.
Now, it is quicker than ever to forego the embassy visit and obtain your visa digitally for Russia’s Vladivostok region by applying from your smartphone, computer, or tablet device.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Vladivostok Visa
How long does iVisa take to process my Vladivostok e-Visa application?
There are three specific processing speeds you can pick from. By choosing quicker processing times for e-Visas, you will receive your Russian e-Visa faster.
Choosing the Standard processing time means it will be at most 9 days to complete your application review and send you your digital visa.
Choosing the Rush processing time means it will be at most 7 days to complete your application review and send you your digital visa.
Choosing the Super Rush processing time means it will be at most 5 days to complete your application review and send you your digital visa.
How much will a Far East Russian e-Visa cost me?
Based on your processing speed, your Vladivostok e-Visa will cost:
- USD 25.00 when you choose Standard processing;
- USD 40.00 when you choose Rush processing;
- USD 50.00 when you choose Super Rush processing.
How many entries into the Vladivostok Region of Russia do I get with my e-Visa?
Currently, your digital e-Visa to Russia’s Far East provinces is a Single Entry visa.
When will my Vladivostok e-Visa expire?
Your e-Visa for the Far East Region of Russia expires 30 days after issued.
What is the maximum stay using my Russia Vladivostok e-Visa?
Your e-Visa for Russia Far East territories is good for 8 days Per Entry.
What are the checkpoints that will allow entry with a Far East e-Visa?
After you possess a Far East Russia e-Visa, you can enter the regions of Vladivostok, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Blagoveschensk, Khabarovsk, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Anadyr, Trans-Baikal Territory and Buryatia. The list of checkpoints is by how you enter:
- By Air: “Vladivostok (Knevichy Airport)”, “Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (Yelizovo Airport)”, “Blagoveschensk”, “Khabarovsk (Novy Airport)”, “Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Khomutovo Airport)”, “Anadyr (Ugolny Airport)”,“Ulan-Ude (Mukhino Airport)”, “Chita (Kadala Airport) ;
- By Water/Boat: “Vladivostok”, “Zarubino”, “Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky”, “Korsakov”, “Posiet”;
- By Rail: “Pogranichny”, “Khasan”, “Makhalino”;
- By Car/Road: “Poltavka”, “Turiy Rog”.
What documents do I need for the application?
All nationals of Japan can get through the application process quicker by having the following documents for filling out the online Russia Far East e-Visa application :
- Valid Passport - To get into the Russia Far East Region, you need to have a passport that is good for six months from the time you plan on leaving Vladivostok. You will also need one blank page for stamping purposes.
- Travel Itinerary - Immigration at all entry points of Vladivostok will want to validate your travel itinerary to ensure you will be leaving the Region before your visa or passport expires.
- Digital Photo - This photo needs to have been taken in the last 3 months.
- Payment Method - You can securely pay for the visa application with either a credit/debit card or with your PayPal account.
The Best e-Visa Choice for Japanese Citizens Going to Vladivostok
If you are certain to visit the Vladivostok region, know you have access to iVisa for really easy and fast online e-Visa applications. Don’t worry about a trip to the consulate. Fill out the application from your smartphone, computer, or tablet right now.
We wish your visit to the Vladivostok Region is very memorable, and safe travels!