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Asia holds the largest (Russia) and most populous (China) countries. It is the largest continent on the globe, making up around 30% of the planet's surface.

Russia is the world’s biggest nation and takes up one-eighth of the habitable land on the planet. It is a transcontinental state, meaning it is located on two different continents. Russia stretches across the northern portion of the Eurasian continent; 77% of the country’s land is in Asia, while 23% of it is in Europe. It is the only country with more geographical borders than China. Russia spans eleven time zones. It is the most populous nation in Europe, having the ninth-highest population in the world. Moscow is the largest city in the country and the largest metropolis in all of Europe. Saint Petersburg is the second-largest city in Russia and a cultural hub.

The Trans-Siberian Railroad is the longest in the world; its length is 9,289 kilometers, and it crosses eight time zones. The deepest lake in the world, Lake Baikal in Russia, holds 20% of the freshwater that is not frozen. The Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the first satellite ever, in 1957. Russia is a beautiful city with unique architecture.

Foreign nationals who meet the requirements and have a job offer from a Russian employer are eligible for a work visa. Although eligible professionals may be granted an initial work visa with a 3-year validity, the majority of Russian work visas are granted for a year.

The foreign national’s employer must first apply for a work invitation at the Russian State Employment Service on their behalf to get a Russian visa for employment-related reasons.

The required documents are:

Russia is a popular destination for students who want to pursue higher education. A foreign national who has received an invitation from a Russian educational institution can live there and attend a Russian university with a student visa.

The requirements for a student visa are:

The business visa enables professionals to visit the country for business and carry out transactions to generate revenue and pay taxes. It is different from a work visa because it does not let holders work in Russia on a long-term basis; instead, it is best for people who need to complete a contract, go to a seminar or conference, or establish new business connections while in Russia.

The required documents are:

The global migration department at Direct U.S. Immigration assists prospective foreign nationals in their immigration to Russia. We provide expert and step-by-step supervision and application procedures in all instances, whether you wish to travel for business, plan to attend university, or want to immigrate as a skilled worker. Schedule a consultation to learn about your options.


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