Russian Embassies and Consulates in Singapore

1 Russian Embassies and Consulates in Singapore

Russian Embassy in Singapore, Singapore

Embassy of Russia in Singapore
51 Nassim Road, Singapore 1025

City Singapore
Phone +65 235-1832, 235-1834
Fax +65 733-4780
Office Hours Mon-Fri 8.00 am  3.00 pm
Details Every foreign citizen (except citizens of the CIS states*) needs a visa to go to Russia. *Citizens of Turkmenistan going to Russia are advised to contact the Consulate in advance. Because of the recent decision of Turkmenistan to abrogate the Agreement on Visa-free Travel for the Citizens of CIS States, certain categories of the citizens of Turkmenistan will have to obtain Russian visa first. (!) Applicants who used to be citizens of the USSR or Russia and then emigrated from the USSR or from Russia MUST submit one of the documents which confirms that they are no longer citizens of Russia (so called "Visa to Israel" or stamp in their passport saying that they left for "permanent residence abroad" before the 6th of February, 1992 or official document certifying that their Russian citizenship was abrogated). Children apply for separate visas if they travel on their own passports. Non-travelling parents must confirm in an affidavit their consent for their children's travel. If the child's surname differs from that of his (her) parents, a copy of the child's birth certificate must be enclosed.

Entry-Exit Visa is valid for one visit to Russia with the specified dates of arrival and departure. Double-entry Visa is issued for two entries (all arrival and departure dates must be indicated). Multiple Re-entry Visa is issued only upon authorisation by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A Transit Visa permits to travel through the Russian territory without stay (in accordance to your tickets, issued for upto 72 hours, if you travel by air, or for upto 10 days, if using other means of transportation) All invitations issued by representations of foreign companies or other foreign institutions in Russia or by Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Corps in Russia must be processed through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, which issues a letter of invitation or sends a visa support cable directly to the Consulate. The Consulate does not issue visas to any other CIS countries except Tadjikistan. Invitations for those who travel to Tadjikistan must be confirmed by the Tadjikistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Travellers (excluding applicants for a multiple visa) planning to stay in Russia for a period of more than 90 days must attach a copy of an HIV test certificate to their application papers. No medical insurance is officially required, unless you stay in Russia for 6 months or more. Prior to your visit, consult your medical insuranse issuer for details. On the basis of reciprocity mandatory medical insurance is required , starting June 1, 1999, for the citizens of Estonia; starting July 1, 1999, for the citizens of Israel and Finland, as well as for the citizens of Schengen Agreement Member States (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain).