Visa to Russia.
See a typical Russian visa fields description below.
 
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1. ENTRIES (can be either MULTIPLE ENTRY or SINGLE ENTRY)
2. DATE OF ISSUE
3. CITIZENSHIP
4. DATE OF ENTERING RUSSIA/DATE OF LEAVING RUSSIA*
5. VISA TYPE (can be either ENTER or ENTER/EXIT)
6. VISA HOLDER'S SURNAME AND GIVEN NAMES (both in English and Russia)
7. DATE OF BIRTH
8. SEX
9. PASSPORT NUMBER
10. VISA ID (for official use only)
11. INVITATION NUMBER (can be blank)
12. PURPOSE OF ENTRY**
13. VISA SPONSOR
14. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (usually blank)

The right stamp is the point of entry mark
The left stamp is the point of leaving mark

* If instead of the second date (DATE OF LEAVING RUSSIA) there is a number like 90
that means that your visa type is ENTER only and 90 is the number days the visa is valid for.
Linguamir doesn't prolong the student visas.

** PURPOSE OF ENTRY can be either BUSINESS or ACADEMIC EXCHANGE.
The student should mention this purpose while applying for the visa at a Russian Consulate.
Taking a Russian language course must be considered as a co-purpose.

 
       
 
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