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Will Russian visa support allow me to enter Russia?
Posted by , Last modified by on 20 July 2012 03:44 PM

Russian visa support is documentation showing that you have been invited or have a sponsor for your entry to Russia. This alone will not allow you to enter Russia – if you try this then you will either be refused entry or, if you have arrived by air, you could be deported. You will need your Russian visa to go with it, details of which can be found here on our visas page.

If you wish to obtain your Russian visa by yourself, you will need to fill out a visa application form, which can be found online here; then enclose your completed form with the visa support documentation to the Russian consulate or Visa Application Centre of your choice. You will also need to include your passport and any other documents that are required to lodge and process your visa.

Alternatively, all you need to do is fill out your visa application form, and we’ll do the rest for you; including generating your visa support documents and enclosing them with your visa application before we send it to be lodged at the Russian consulate in London. Find out more details here.

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