On this page below you will find all the information you need for your visa application
If you do not understand how it works, you can always call us. Tel. 0031 70 215 4995
|Visa||Visa costs VAT free||Mediation fee excl. VAT||Invitation costs VAT free||Total costs excl. VAT||Total costs incl. VAT|
|Private visa for Russia||€ 65.00||€ 25.00||€ 0.00||€ 90.00||€ 95.25|
|Private visa for Russia urgent||€ 100.00||€ 25.00||€ 0.00||€ 125.00||€ 130.25|
6-7 working days, possibly longer.
Urgent 4 business days
The documents that are required for your visa
- The order form, Click here to digitally fill in, print out and sign it.
- Everything you are about to write down will appear on the invoice
- Try to complete the order form online to prevent errors. We also accept handwritten order forms but check the address after you received your invoice to see if we haven’t made a mistake.
- Enter your address completely, such as your street name, house number, postcode and city. The complete address for invoicing and return address
- We need your e-mail address for when your visa application is accepted by the consulate, we will send you an invoice by e-mail the same day. You must transfer the invoice amount to us the same day with I-Deal or bank transfer so that we have the payment on our bank before we collect your passport with a visa at the consulate.
- Write down your telephone number or numbers where we can always reach you in the event that your documents are incomplete or when the diplomat wants to view additional documents.
- With the question “password“, this is the password you have to fabricate when you start to fill in your visa application form. Come up with a password, do not use a private password. For example: valdemar12, the system will always accept.
- The question “ID number“, is the number that you will receive when you start the application form.
- The question “voorletter + achternaam” refers to the traveler who will apply for the visa, as well as “the date of birth and the passport number”.
- The question “hoe u uw paspoort retour wilt hebben” how you want your passport with visa back, click on one of the options. Extra costs are also charged for this, as for registered mail.
- When you agree with everything you can place your signature on the bottom right of the box.
- The application form, click here to start. This is a link to the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia.
This is a complicated application form, we have specially created a manual for you, click here to open
The application form must be printed in black (or blue). Other colors are not allowed.
- Your passport.
- We need to have the passport physically, so no copy.
- Your passport must still be valid for at least 6½ months after the validity of the visa (ie one and a half year valid if it is an annual visa).
- The passport must have at least two blank facing visa pages.
- A color passport photo.
- Note that this photo is according to the Dutch standard of ‘passport photo’, that is to say, looking forward, white background, do not laugh and do not show teeth.
- Nine times out of ten, the consulate does not accept a photo from your own printer. If you do so, make sure you use gloss paper and there are no stripes visible from the print.
- Please do not staple the passport photo on the application form but use a Pritt pen. If you do not have a Pritt pen in your possession, please add your photo lose at we will then paste your photo for you.
- Do not staple the photo on the application form
- Do not stick the photo with adhesive tape
Other conditions that you must pay extra attention to:
- The photo may not be older than 3 months
- The photo may not be the same as on the passport unless the passport is not older than 3 months
- The photo must have a white background.
- A statement from your health insurer (IZA, Zilveren Kruis, AZIVO etc.) stating that your insurance provides coverage for medical cost during your stay in Russia (all insurers have been aware of this for years).
- It must also indicate a period that covers your trip.
- The insurance period may be longer than your actual trip, it cannot be shorter!
- This declaration may be sent to you as a PDF (in the appendix) by the health insurer.
- Your insurer’s English statement must be signed by the insurer, otherwise the consulate of Russia will not accept the statement.
- This type of invitation-only applies to when you are married to a Russian partner.
- Please note, this option does not apply to a partnership or registered partnership.
- Your partner must send the:
1.) Russian passport + and a Dutch passport. Please note that you send both original passports with your application.
- or 2.) a Russian passport + and a Dutch residence permit.
- Your Russian partner may invite you for a private visa, double entry for a maximum stay of 90 days.
Your Russian partner must complete the following two documents. Note, the two documents look exactly the same, except that they are two different diplomats, you must fill in and sign both documents. Make sure you have the documents at full size
- Document 1: click here to open (please print on one A4 sheet, and not on two pages or two-sided!)
- Document 2: click here to open (please print on one A4 sheet, and not on two pages or two-sided!)
Note the following points:
- Add up the days you request because if it is more than 90 days, the consulate will refuse your documents and you will have them filled in again.
- You can request a maximum of a double entrance, multiple entrances will be refused, so you have to re-enter your documents
- Right above the corner of the document is usually forgotten, here too you have to be careful that you fill it out
- Do not forget to put your name and signature at the bottom of the form
- You may not make corrections in both documents!
- If you do so, the documents will not be accepted by the consulate. You have to fill in the documents again.
Additional documents for when you invite your spouse
- The marriage certificate must be translated to Russian by a sworn translator. If you want to, we can also do this for you. Call us for additional information
Additional documents for when you invite your child
- You may also invite your children up to the age of 17 years. This is no longer possible from the age of 18.
- The birth certificate, with the names of father, mother, and child must be translated by a sworn translator. We can also have this done for you. Call us for additional information.
- If your Russian wife has changed her name, she will have to prove this by submitting documents as proof.
- If she can not prove this, your wife can not invite you or your children.
- If the applicant/passenger is born in the Soviet Union, you must also send this statement:
Click here to open.
- We have added a ‘text and explanation’ form for convenience because the application form can be quite complex for many people
- It is a form that, from our experience, causes a lot of stress for those who have to fill it out
- Please note that you give extensive answers, so read carefully through the ‘text and explanation’ that we have described
- For question 4, 3 questions are asked, make sure you read this carefully before you start with the answers.
- Write down your full name
- If you are:
1. Born in Russia
2. You have moved from Russia to the Netherlands (or another country!),
3. In the event that you were not born in Russia, but left from Russia when you left, the consulate may ask for additional documents, which can significantly delay or even reject your application!
- If you have had Russian nationality, you must officially have given up Russian nationality, because you can not apply for a Russian visa for your Dutch passports until you have officially renounced your Russian nationality.
- If you have renounced Russian nationality, then:
1. You have received an exemption from the Russian consulate. Send a copy of that document together with your visa application so that you do not have to fill in the Soviet Declaration.
2. Note: must have a copy of the Russian document and not of the Dutch version.
Earlier, in the previous years, you received from the Russian consulate a Dutch and Russian declaration from the Russian consulate.
Note, a copy of the Dutch version is not accepted.
Po Box 1267
2280 CG Rijswijk (ZH)
Anna Paulownastraat 63
(through the grey door to ring the bell)
2518 BC The Hague