According to bilateral agreements between the Governments of Serbia and the Russian Federation, citizens of Serbia may travel to Russia for up to 30 days visa free. If you plan a longer journey you will be able to do this with the appropriate visa. It is possible to apply for a visa at the consulate of the Russian Federation in Serbia.
|Visa type||Duration of stay||Purpose of the trip||Cost of invitation|
|Business||From 90 days to 3 years||Conducting business negotiations, meetings, long trips to relatives and friends, participating in conferences, looking for business partners, etc.||Get your invitation|
|Private||Up to 90 days||Official invitation to relatives issued by federal migration service.
We recommend to make simpler tourist or business invitations
|State duty 800 rubles|
|Work||Up to 3 years||Working activities in Russia, business activities, long stays in Russia||Upon request|
When submitting documents for a visa, citizens of Serbia are required to pay a consular fee of $70 for the standard processing during 7 working days. In the case of an express processing within 1-3 days, the amount of fee is $140
If you plan a business trip to Russia from 30 days to one year to negotiate, find partners, attend conferences, etc. you need a business visa with the possibility of single, double or multiple entry.
Main Documents for Business Visa:
- The original of the applicant’s current Passport
- Application form (to be filled in on the site visa.kdmid.ru/)
- A recent photograph of 3.5 x 4.5 on a light background (paste to the form)
- An invitation on the FMS form.
- A travel insurance policy with a coverage of at least 30 000 € for the entire travel time
Obtain your electronic Russian visa Business invitation (eFMS)
You can apply for a business visa for up to 90 days of travel to Russia, by presenting a business electronic invitation. This invitation is issued by FMS on the basis of a request by the inviting company and sent to you as an official electronically encoded document. A second copy of this invitation shall be sent electronically to the appropriate consular office of Russia in the foreign country where the visa is to be received.
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a Russian 3-year work visa
If you are going to stay in Russia without laving for a long time and work, you will need a work visa. Before you can apply for a work visa, you will first need to obtain an official work permit and a work invitation. The work visa is issued for a period of up to 3 years.
Main documents for work visa:
- Original Passport
- The application form filled in on the site visa.kdmid.ru
-color photograph 3.5 x 4.5 made no earlier than 6 months ago (paste to the form)
- Official work invitation issued by the Russian Federal Migration Service
- Medical insurance, with coverage of at least 30 000 €
- HIV/AIDS certificate.
A citizen of Serbia may obtain a private visa to visit relatives in Russia. This visa allows single or double entry and stay up to 3 months. To apply for a private visa you will need an official invitation issued by the FMS of Russia.
Main documents for a private visa:
- An invitation issued by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the relevant Russian Federal migration service. An invitation is issued on the basis of a request: by a citizen of the RF, a foreign citizen with a residence permit in Russia, a legal body.
- the original passport;
- An application completed on the website visa.kdmid.ru
To obtain a private invitation, the inviting person in Russia should provide the local federal migration service with the following documents:
- Income Statement
- Letter of Guarantee
- Bank statement
- Pay state duty of 800 rubles.
Often, applying for a private visa is a complex and time-consuming procedure, and we recommend that you to apply for a tourist or business visa instead. If you have decided to get a private invitation, you can do so by asking the receiving party to submit a request at the FMS organ of the RF at the address of his registration.
Consular Department of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Serbia
Address: Serbia, Beograd, ul. Deligradska St, 32 (Ulaz of Pasterove Street)
Phone: + 381 (0) 11 361 3964; + 381 (0) 11 361 7644
Fax: + 381 (0) 11 362 89 62
Visa applications received at: 9:00 a.m.-11 a.m. (Mon, Wed, Fri).