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A Few Words About Visas

New 3 Year Visa for US citizens

We can supply your visa support for this new long visa. There is a lot of missinformation and rumors about this visa but we know the rules and how it is done, and it is much simplier than most of the rumors posted on forums and on web sites. We have had a 100% success rate in having our applications approved for the 36 month multiple entry visa.

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Counties who's citizens have Visa Waivers ....

List of countries that have a visa waiver agreement in place, permitting no requirement for visas in advance of entry.

There is special permission for international cruise ship passengers and ferry passengers to visit Russia for up to 72 hours provided they are sponsored by an authorized tour operator while off the ship. Stan's Tours is fully licensed and federally authorized to host visa free visits for cruise ship and ferry passengers.
Visa free entry by cruise ship requires the passenger have a valid passport and  a tour ticket issued by an authorized tour operator to be presented to passport control when disembarking from their ship. The tour can be any, a group tour with fixed itinerary or free form walking tours or any style in between. We can provide as formal or as relaxed an itinerary as you prefer, they still qualify for visa free touring,.

There is an ever increasing number of countries which have joined with Russia to permit visit free entry for each other's citizens:

Argentina (up to 90 days in 180 day period (starting from the day of first entry)). Visa would be required: — for applicants staying for more than 90 days in a 180 day period; – for applicants going to Russia to conduct commercial or work-related activities. Diplomat or Official passport holders would require visa for the whole period of stay.

Armenia.

Azerbaijan.

Belarus.

Bosnia and Herzegovina (up to 30 days for tourists and up to 90 days for other visitors) Tourist documents or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities.

Brazil (up to 90 days in 180 days period) – for tourist, private visits or transit purposes only. In all other cases visa is required.

Brunei (up to 14 days) – Diplomatic and Service passports holders only.

Chile (up to 90 days in 180 days period) – visa free regime does not apply for work and business related visits and Diplomatic and Service passports holders.

Columbia (up to 90 days in 180 days period).

Croatia (up to 30 days for tourists and up to 90 days for other visitors) Tourist documents (voucher in original) or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities.

Cuba.

Dominican Republic (up to 90 days) – Diplomatic and Service passports holders only.

Hong Kong (up to 14 days of stay).

Iceland (up to 90 days)- Diplomatic and Service passports holders only

Israel (up to 90 days). Tourist documents or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities. Visa free regime does not apply for Diplomatic and Service passports holders.

Kazakhstan.

Kirghiz Republic.

Macedonia (up to 30 days tourist and up to 90 days for other visitors). Tourist documents or the original invitation accordingly are required to be presented to the Russian Immigration authorities.

Moldova.

Montenegro (up to 30 days). Visa free regime does not apply for Diplomatic and Service passports holders.

Mozambique (up to 30 days) – Diplomatic and Service passports holders only.

Nicaragua (up to 90 days of stay).

Peru (up to 90 days in 180 days period) – visa free regime does not apply for work and business related visits and Diplomatic and Service passports holders.

Serbia Citizens of Serbia with biometric passports obtained after April 9th, 2008 can stay in Russia up to 30 days. Diplomatic or Official passport holders without accreditation in Russia can stay up to 90 days. Serbian nationalities with temporary and permanent resident permits can stay without time limits. In all other cases visa is required. Visa free regime does not apply for Yugoslavian passports holders.

The Republic of South Africa (up to 90 days) – Diplomatic, Official and Service passports holders only.

Thailand (up to 90 days) – Diplomatic and Service passports holders only. Holders of ordinary passports can stay up to 30 days.

Tajikistan.

Turkey (up to 30 days) – Ordinary and Service passports holders only. In case of consequent trips total amount of days spent in Russia cannot exceed 90 days in a period of 180 days.

Ukraine.

Uzbekistan.

Venezuela (up to 90 days). Visa free regime does not apply for Diplomatic and Service passports holders.