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Russian, Belarusian, Armenian or any other nationality traveling to Mexico for non-profit activities (tourism, transit to another country, holding business talks, students for a period of less than six months, and persons invited to academic, scientific or sporting events), do not need either a consular visa or electronic authorization, if they have one of the following documents:
Tourism, transit to another country, hold business talks, invited to participate in an event (academic, scientific, sporting, etc.), as well as students for a period not exceeding 180 days (*).
Requirements: I. To have a valid and valid passport proving Russian nationality II. Travel to Mexico by air. III. Fill out the electronic visa application at: https://www.inm.gob.mx/sae/publico/ru/solicitud.html
The information registered in the application must be correct, truthful and match the information in the passport. If your application is approved, you will obtain a document with your data, which you must print and bring with you to Mexico. (*) Students must bring with them the letter of acceptance to a Mexican educational institution. Important: the electronic visa is not valid for travel by land or sea.
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As of January 1, 2021, the Russian government has introduced a unified electronic visa for visiting the entire Russian territory. This electronic visa allows you to enter the country only once for tourism, business, humanitarian reasons or to visit relatives, for a maximum of 16 days . The nationalities and entry points eligible for this visa are as follows. The average time to obtain the electronic visa is about 4 days. No invitation or voucher is required for this process.
To travel to Russia, the e-visa is mandatory. From January 1, 2021, you can visit the whole country with the unified e-visa. The visa for Russia allows you to stay 16 days in the different Russian oblasts in order to visit your relatives, for business, tourism or humanitarian reasons.
The electronic visa for Russia is available online for a fee of 69 € per traveler. It is not possible to obtain a visa for Russia on arrival, we advise you to apply online 4 days before your departure to Russia.
These are the new requirements for travelers who
All international travel requires a passport. If you are traveling to another country, you will need a passport to board the international flight and enter the country. Passport cards will not be accepted as identification for international air travel.
To enter the U.S. through the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), each passenger must have a machine-readable passport. If your passport does not have a machine-readable zone, you will need to have a valid visa.
Permanent residents of Australia and all visa-exempt foreign travelers will need a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authorization (NZeTA). This requirement takes effect from October 1, 2019 for travelers traveling to or from New Zealand.
If you cannot present a valid Yellow Fever vaccination certificate you will be denied entry to Nicaragua and will have to return to where you came from on the next available flight.
South Africa demands lifting of travel restrictions for
The UK government also advised against all travel to Ukraine, explaining that “trade routes out of Ukraine are likely to be severely disrupted and roads through Ukraine closed.”
The European Union’s Aviation Safety Agency said “operators should exercise extreme caution” and avoid using airspace within 100 nautical miles of the Russia-Ukraine border.
“We have customers traveling in late March and into April in Poland, but that’s more than a month. It’s impossible to say now how this will evolve. We are basically in wait-and-see mode,” Kozlowski said via email.
“IATA is helping to facilitate the and timely exchange of information with airlines from government and non-government sources to support airlines as they plan their operations around the airspace closure in Ukraine and parts of Russia.”
In response, on February 25, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, imposed a ban on UK-registered flights, as well as aircraft owned, leased or operated by a person associated with the UK, from transiting Russian airspace.