Russia New e-visa Policy 2021

Russian authorities


Russia sets up an e-visa system for e-visas for a short stay and single entry to foreign nationals
According to Russian media, the electronic visa was introduced by the Russian authorities in 2017  However, the launch date in 2021 has not been announced yet.

the launch date will be announced keeping in view the status of the covid-19

earlier foreigners coming to Russia on e-visa were allowed to travel to only a few regions of Russia but now foreigners with e-visa will be allowed to travel across the country.

Which countries are eligible for e-visa in Russia?

the list of countries which citizens are allowed to apply for e-visa is approved by the Russian Government it incudes

  1.  Andora
  2. Austria
  3. Bahrain
  4. Belgium
  5. china
  6. Croatia
  7. Cyprus
  8. Czech republic
  9. Dem. people of Korea
  10. Denmark
  11. Estonia
  12. Finland
  13. France
  14. Germany
  15. Greece
  16. Hungry
  17. Iceland
  18. India
  19. Indonesia
  20. Iran
  21. Ireland
  22. Italy
  23. Japan
  24. Kuwait
  25. Latvia
  26. Liechtenstein
  27. Lithuania
  28. Luxemburg
  29. Malaysia
  30. Malta
  31. Mexico
  32. -Monaco
  33. The Netherland
  34. North Macedonia
  35. Norway
  36. Oman
  37. The Philippians
  38. Poland
  39. Portugal
  40. Romania
  41. San Marino
  42. Saudi Arabia
  43. Serbia
  44. Singapore
  45. Slovakia
  46. Slovenia
  47. Spain
  48. Sweden
  49. Switzerland
  50. Turkey
  51. The Vatican  and two more

Applying

To apply for an e-visa applicants will have to pay 40 bucks for their photographs, a scanned copy of their passport, and a fee, after which the visa will be issued in four days and will be valid for the next 60 days

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