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So you lied in your application and you are asking if this might cause problems? The answer to that is YES


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On business visa you suppose to have business meeting or something for your company or as freelance to do in Russia, so if they ask you why you are there you can simply say the reason, show your meetings or what you suppose to do there. Custom duty is like russian roulette, may they ask you questions may nothing, depend by your nationality and by luck. Or ...


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You are in risk of not being admitted to country if you lied on the application. Customs and immigration officers will almost always ask why are you entering the country, what do you do there and when do you plan to leave. If they are suspicious, then they will question further. Based on that you are in risk of refusing entry and sending back. You should be ...


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I travelled to Russia on a business visa in 2011 (as a tourist) as it had multiple entry, and a longer time. I had to register at hotels, although some didn't like doing it, but it's fairly straight-forward. I was asked once by police to see all my documents. Again though, this is easy to deal with - just keep your tickets/evidence of your accommodation ...


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Since I’m planning to live in different cities by hitchhiking, how can I register ”registration within 7 days stuff?” You're supposed to register with the hotel or person(s) you stay with. You cannot register yourself. A Russian entity must register you, whether it be a hotel, apartment owner or friends/family you stay with. Has anyone been stopped by ...


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Please see Russia visa registration when staying on the move, if you are on the move and have proof of travel such as ticket, the counter is reset every time. 2-3. Unfortunately I have no idea. It is not complicated and time-consuming (I think it would take around half an hour), but it requires an owner of some livable property to register you on their ...


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There are two Russian embassies in Spain you can contact to apply for a tourist visa. Consular department of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Kingdom of Spain Address: calle Joaquín Costa, 33, 28002 Madrid Phone: (8-10-34-91) 411-29-57 Fax: (8-10-34-91) 562-78-30 E-mail: consmd@arrakis.es Web: http://www.rusmad.mid....


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Ancient electric poles ? There seems to be some doohickey on the top of the horizontal beam that would hold the lines.


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It seems to me that Salekhard is neither in border proximity zone nor in the list of territories where international citizens' travel is controlled. Neither is Ob' river waterway. However, Antipayuta seem to be deeply inside the territory where travel is controlled, which means, you will need a permit obtained from FSB to set foot there. It is also in ...


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When I travelled to Russia the last time five years ago, the Travel company I was supposed to enter was the name of the Russian company that supplied me with an invitation letter (in my case: RZD tours). You should be able to find all the required details to complete the form in the invitation letter and/or supporting documentation.


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It is possible to apply for a second E-Visa while there is another valid one active, however if the second one gets issued before entering the country you will have to show it on entry aswell! Depending on the border control officer you won't run into too much trouble and he might invalidate the second visa for you even though you do not have it with you (...


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You do indeed need a letter of invitation (also called a Tourist Voucher) to get a Russian visa. Getting it isn't too hard but will cost you a small amount of money. Many hotels will act as the travel company if you have a booking with them. However they might charge an extra fee for this, and will often revoke your letter of invitation if you cancel your ...


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