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Q: Has anyone ever applied for a Russian visa?

I am curious how difficult it is for an American who is working in china to acquire a Russian tourist VIsa. I was thinking of looking for teaching jobs in Russia as I love Russian food and want to marry a Russian woman and become a Russian citizen.

4 weeks 6 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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I was ... in Russia last year with 3-month Business visa through Russian agency for 100 EUR.. Then, I got School which sponsored Working visa.

I had to apply from my home country Russian's Embassy and ... I needed new Medical Exam with (negative) HIV certificate.

I got Working visa in a week, and when I returned to Russia, School told me they don't have any students at the moment... , so I was working some two months part-time at other training mills in the city.

I moved to Istanbul shortly ... 

Russia ESL is too disorganized for my taste ...with miserable pay on the top of that.

 

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I was ... in Russia last year with 3-month Business visa through Russian agency for 100 EUR.. Then, I got School which sponsored Working visa.

I had to apply from my home country Russian's Embassy and ... I needed new Medical Exam with (negative) HIV certificate.

I got Working visa in a week, and when I returned to Russia, School told me they don't have any students at the moment... , so I was working some two months part-time at other training mills in the city.

I moved to Istanbul shortly ... 

Russia ESL is too disorganized for my taste ...with miserable pay on the top of that.

 

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I didn't qualify. I'm not an alcoholic.

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Loving Russia, sure that’s ok. But loving Putin? You love how unoficially he is the world s richest man with an estimated 200 billion dollars in wealth, all stolen from the Russian people because he is one corrupt mother******

 or do you love how he kills journalists and political opponents? Do you love how he A’s caused the Russian economy to be smaller than South Korea?  You suck major bum hole dude

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cant really hate putin if i would likely act like him if I was in his position. I want to work in Russia so I can get Russian citizenship and become the next Vladimir Putin/Josef Stalin. I am even growing the mustache and I am a very paranoid person.

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