Russian visa center | Consulate / Embassy

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Here you have to come to get Russian visa. In the pic what you need. 10 working days and you have to leave here your passport (It means you can't go around meanwhile). Prices: 90lari (visa office service), 40$ (consulate fee). Plus invitation letter.

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Go to Yerevan, it's easier, cheaper and you get more than three days.

If you really want to try, you need
- translated driver's licence(s)
- translated car documents
- passport
- photo in strange dimensions
- car insurance
- medical insurance
- visa application form

"Griniko" in Room 102 will do the photos, car insurance, medical insurance and visa application form if you don't already have it. They will also make the appointment. They charge 195 Lari per Person (65€). The visa is 80€ per Person.

Without Griniko you pay 250 Lari per Person (85€) for the appointment and 80+30€ for one visa.

Getting the documents translated costs about 25€ per document.

If you are lucky the visa center is not on holidays (e.g. Easter), then it will take about 4+7 days, otherwise at least 14+7 days.

So you wait for three weeks, will pay around 400€ for two visa and have three days to cross Russia.

See also: https://caravanistan.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1758&start=20

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As a foreigner, the say you can only get a single-entry transit visa for 3 days (to Kazakhstan), which will take 7-10 business days. Tourist visa are possible exclusively for people with a permanent Georgian residence.
If you travel with your own car, apparently you still need your car documents translated (even though at the border nobody cares about translated documents), otherwise you need to show them bus tickets or similar.
Please note that with the new E-visa you can go to Russia crossing the Georgian/Russian border at verknhii Lars, but (as for now) you cannot exit Russia at the Kazakh border and will be sent back.

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In room 102 on the ground floor, they can also fill in or edit the online visa application form, for a fee of course. The destination points we were given were Viadikavkaz and Elista. It looks like they are steering you clear of Grozny and Dagestan.

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You can get your Russian transit visa here. First, go to room 102, where they will make an appointment with the Russian visa office in room 205. They can organize the compulsory medical insurance here and at a cheaper rate than I could get online. For your appointment, you need to have your driver's license and vehicle documents translated by a notary, who will sign and stamp the documents. You can get photos taken in room 205 if you don't have them also.

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Here you have to come to get Russian visa. In the pic what you need. 10 working days and you have to leave here your passport (It means you can't go around meanwhile). Prices: 90lari (visa office service), 40$ (consulate fee). Plus invitation letter.

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They wanted every document translated into Russian and after we had all the documents, we should pay for another appointment because they didn't tell us we needed a notary as well. Better go to the Russian embassy in Baku!!! Zero stars!

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