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UNITED KINGDOM // RUSSIA

TOURIST BUSINESS

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Special Tourist invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you 
  • Tourist invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you 
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Completed visa procurement form 

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • 5 working days £88.40

    2 working days £145.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Business invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Signed letter from your company addressed to the Embassy of the Russian Federation. See sample letter
  • Completed visa procurement form 

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • 5 working days £88.40

    2 working days £145.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

 

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Tourist invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you 
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Completed visa procurement form 

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • 5 working days £103.40

    2 working days £175.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Business invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you 
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Signed letter from your company addressed to the Embassy of the Russian Federation. See sample letter 
  • Completed visa procurement form 

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • 5 working days £103.4

    2 working days £175.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

SINGLE ENTRY (VALID FOR 30 DAYS)

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Tourist invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you 
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Completed visa procurement form 

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • 5 working days £103.40

    2 working days £175.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

 

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Business invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you 
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Signed letter from your company addressed to the Embassy of the Russian Federation. See sample letter
  • Completed visa procurement form

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • 5 working days £238.40

    2 working days £345.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

 

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Business invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Signed letter from your company addressed to the Embassy of the Russian Federation. See sample letter 
  • Completed visa procurement form 

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • Standard Visa Service (1 year)
    • £ 165.00 for 12 working days
  • Service charge £65.00 + VAT
  • Consulate charge
    • 5 working days £229.60
    • 2 working days £339.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

 

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

 

Visa processing time at the Consulate is 5 or 2 working days

Visa Invitation (also called visa support letter) processing time is 12 or 5 working days

Visa Requirements for Consular Service:

  • Passport (must be valid for 6 months after the expiry date of your visa and have at least two blank pages)
  • One recent coloured passport photo on a white background
  • Completed visa application form 
  • Business invitation. If necessary AVS Visas can get this for you 
  • Self-employed and company directors must provide the last three months bank statements which can be photocopies but the home address must be on the statement. You must be able to prove an available minimum spend of £100 for each day you will be in Russia
  • Signed letter from your company addressed to the Embassy of the Russian Federation. See sample letter
  • Completed visa procurement form

The online form can be difficult and time consuming to complete, if you prefer, AVS Visas can email you a form to be completed by hand. We will then complete the online form on your behalf.

Our visa costs:

  • Standard Visa Service (1 year)
    • £ 165.00 for 12 working days
  • Service charge £65.00 + VAT
  • Consulate charge
    • 5 working days £229.60
    • 2 working days £339.60

Our Office address where to send your visa documents:

AVS - Any Visa Support 24 Bronti Close London SE17 2HD

 

Supporting Information: 

Fingerprints - Applicants of all nationalities 12 years and older must submit their fingerprints as part of application process. Personal appearance at the Visa Centre either in London or Edinburgh is now mandatory. It is, therefore, critical that application documents are in full order prior to attending the Visa Centre so the journey is not wasted. Our experience and knowledge of Russian visa system inner workings will ensure that your visas are issued on time with the least efforts and avoid delays to your business or personal trip.

In accordance with the Executive Order of the President of the Russian Federation No. 735, On Collecting Biometric Personal Data of Foreign Nationals and Stateless Persons beginning 10 December 2014 the diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Russian Federation in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Russian Visa Application Centres in London and Edinburgh will start collecting biometric data (fingerprints) of all foreign nationals and stateless persons for each of their application for Russian visa. 

As a pilot project this procedure will be implemented in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, the Republic of Namibia and the Russian Foreign Ministry’s representative office at the border crossing point in Vnukovo International Airport.

Biometric data will not be collected when issuing diplomatic and official visas, nor for individuals under 12 years of age.
For nationals of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the collection of biometric data will be implemented taking into account the principle of reciprocity.

Based on the above listed information, from 10 December 2014 all applicants who wish to apply for a Russian visa should do so in person at the Russian Visa Application Centres in London and Edinburgh, otherwise applications cannot be accepted. In the event of refusal to undergo biometric procedure, the applicant will not be issued a visa.

The fingerprinting procedure is an essential element of visa policy modernisation which has been practiced by a number of consular services, including the UK. The main objective of the new procedure is to improve the security of the visas issued in the context of preventing illegal migration, terrorism and other illegal activities