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For questions specifically about people travelling with Russian passports.

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TL;DR: No. The situation you describe is almost certainly entirely the Russians' own doing. The host country for an embassy gets very little say about that embassy's activities. They can refuse the …
answered Apr 25 '15 by jpatokal
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In short, no. Remember, you're dealing with a bunch of government bureaucrats here, you'll still need to satisfy every item on their checklist. That said, having evidence of previous travel and (the …
answered Jun 28 '13 by jpatokal
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Yes, you can, and you even have two options: Change the passport details attached to the airline ticket to use your Russian passport. You can likely do this online, or if not, give the call center …
answered Oct 1 '15 by jpatokal