Documentation for Russian Visa: Your Comprehensive Guide to a Successful Application
Embarking on your journey to Russia requires careful preparation and adherence to specific documentation requirements. At Affamia, we are dedicated to ensuring your visa application process is smooth and successful. Here’s a comprehensive guide to the documentation needed for a Russian visa:
Passport: Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your intended departure date from Russia, with at least two blank visa pages.
Visa Application Form: Complete the official Russian visa application form, available on the website of the Russian Embassy or Consulate.
Passport-Sized Photos: Provide recent passport-sized photos adhering to the specifications outlined by the Russian Embassy.
Letter of Invitation (LOI): Obtain a Letter of Invitation (LOI) from a Russian host or a recognized travel agency. The LOI should include your personal details, travel itinerary, and confirmation of accommodation.
Additional Documentation for Different Visa Types:
How We Assist:
Document Verification: We meticulously review your documents to ensure they meet the specific requirements of the Russian Embassy.
Application Submission: Our team assists in organizing and submitting your visa application, reducing the likelihood of errors and delays.
Guidance on Special Cases: For unique circumstances, such as work or study visas, we provide specialized guidance to meet the specific documentation needs.