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Obtaining Russian visa for those who have close relatives with Russian citizenship becomes easier
On September the 16th, 2020, amendments to the law "On the procedure for entering and leaving the Russian Federation" came into force.
Foreigners who have close relatives with Russian citizenship are allowed to apply for private long-stay visas valid for up to 1 year on the basis of written applications from the above mentioned relatives. Foreigners will not have to leave the territory of Russia each three months to reserve the right to obtain Russian visa.
Close relatives are spouses, parents, children, siblings, grandparents and grandchildren possessing Russian citizenship.
Such changes to the law will ensure more comfortable conditions for families currently separated by borders and will make life easier for foreign citizens who will decide to stay in Russia - they will have more time to obtain temporary residence permission or the residence permit.
RACUS organization sends its compliments to foreign students studying at universities of RACUS group whose close relatives possess Russian citizenship. Thanks to the new changes, you will get the entry visa to Russia in a simplified way and visit your relatives more often!
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