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Family Member Visa travel without Russian Wife
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TUAN1978
Posted 2019-02-18 10:15 PM (#116888)
Subject: Family Member Visa travel without Russian Wife
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Hi

Used to apply with RR help Tourist visa's (multiple times over the last 14+ years) but the last few times gone down the family member visa option directly.

In this circumstance my Russian wife needs to travel ahead of me for business reasons (i'm unable to get as much time off work as her) but I read we should enter Russia together .......

Has anyone been refused entry for travelling seperatly on entry ?

I suspected it is a risk to apply for a Tourist Visa now since a family member visa has previously been granted (x3) / also read in another post the rules on this have been tighten up if married to a Russian citizen.

Any advice ?

Andrew
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Posted 2019-02-26 9:50 AM (#117326 - in reply to #116888)
Subject: RE: Family Member Visa travel without Russian Wife


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TUAN1978 - 2019-02-19 3:15 AMHi Used to apply with RR help Tourist visa's (multiple times over the last 14+ years) but the last few times gone down the family member visa option directly. In this circumstance my Russian wife needs to travel ahead of me for business reasons (i'm unable to get as much time off work as her) but I read we should enter Russia together .......Has anyone been refused entry for travelling seperatly on entry ?I suspected it is a risk to apply for a Tourist Visa now since a family member visa has previously been granted (x3) / also read in another post the rules on this have been tighten up if married to a Russian citizen. Any advice ? Andrew


Hi Andrew, sorry for the slow response, you will be fine travelling alone, there is normally no problem for other like yourself travelling without your partner, it is recommended, as a "just in case" scenario, that you also carry your marriage certificate..
Hope this helps..
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