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Swedish Visa Application Centre to Appear in Moscow
3.02.2012 12:02
Swedish Visa Application Centre to Appear in Moscow

In the summer of 2011 Sweden opened in St. Petersburg its first visa application centre in Russia. And from February 17, 2012 the same office will start to work in Moscow.

      Here are the contacts of the new centre:

      Address: 31, Suschevsky Val.

      Phone: +7 (495) 668-14-94.

      Opening hours: weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

      A period for consideration of visa request will be 3 working days beginning from the date of receiving visa application form and necessary documents. You can apply in person or by proxy.

      Tourists can still bring documents directly to the embassy, but it will take a booking over the phone of the visa application centre.

      In case of visa application through the centre, a service fee (26.75 euros) will be charged in addition to a visa fee (for Schengen countries – 35 euros).

      The centre is accepting applications for short-term visa (type C). In other cases it is required to submit documents directly to the consular section of the embassy.

      In spring 2012 the Swedish visa application centres will be opened in other cities of Russia. Image


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russia-Sweden Russian International   

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