Requirements. Russian Visa Photo Specifications
All questions in the application form should be answered.
If a question is not applicable to the applicant, he should put “N/A”.
Each application form must be signed by the visa applicant personally.
- Valid national passport(original only and it should have at least two clear visa pages). It must be valid no less than six months after the visa expiration date.
- One pictures of an applicant. Russian Visa Photo Specification..
- Money Order or Certified Bank Check made out to the Russian Consulate for visa processing. Please note that we do not accept cash, credit or debit cards, personal or company checks.
Visa processing fees for Koreans are:
Common Single Entry (tourist, business, private, work, transit)
- 84 000 won – for 4-7 business days (*)
- 132 000 won – for 1-3 business days (*)
Common Double Entry Visa (tourist, business, private, work, transit)
- 156 000 won – for 4-7 business days (*)
- 204 000 won – for 1-3 business days (*)
Multiple Entry Visa (business, work):
- 240 000 won - for 4-7 business days (*)
- 372 000 won - for 1-3 business days (*)
(*)The day of submission/delivery is NOT INCLUDED in processing time.
- 84 000 won - not depend on the period of issue
Renewal Visas which issued in the Consulate General in Busan
- 48 000 won - not depend on the period of issue
According to the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Korea and the Government of the Russian Federation on the facilitation of the issuance of visas for short-term visits by their respective nationals.
The fees for processing visa applications shall be waived for the following categories of persons:
(a) the members of official delegations who, following an official invitation to the Republic of Korea or the Russian Federation, participate in meetings, consultations, negotiations or exchange programs or in the events held in the territory of one of the States of the Parties by intergovernmental organizations;
(b) the participants in official exchange programs organized by sister cities or regions;
(c) the participants in scientific, cultural or artistic activities including those of universities and other exchange programs;
(d) the persons who have presented documents proving the necessity of their travel on humanitarian grounds, including to receive urgent medical treatment, and the person(s) accompanying such person(s), or to attend a funeral of a close relative, or to visit a seriously ill close relative;
(e) the pupils, students, post-graduate students and accompanying teachers who undertake trips for the purpose of study or educational training;
(f) the disabled persons and the person(s) accompanying them, if necessary;
(g) the close relatives – spouses, children (including adopted), parents (including custodians or trustees), brothers and sisters, grandparents and grandchildren of the nationals of the Republic of Korea and the Russian Federation legally residing in the territory of the Republic of Korea and the Russian Federation.