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Second Latvian Visa Centre Will Open In Moscow In April
22.03.2013 00:17
 Second Latvian Visa Centre Will Open In Moscow In April

Uldis Simsons, a representative of the embassy of Latvia in Russia, has stated that in April 2013 a new Latvian visa centre will open in Moscow. The address is 10, 2nd Volkonsky lane. The spokesman for the embassy has also added that the applicants may submit their documents at the office in 48, Myasnitskaya street.


The first visa centre works as usual. Tourist agents that deal with Latvian visas will process the documents through the embassy as before. The site of the visa centre will open on the first day of spring, the telephone service will also become active. Documents for obtaining a visa will be processed during 10 working days, in most cases less than a week.  


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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