Please fill-in the
and send us a copy of the photo page(s) of your passport as soon as possible
in order that we could apply for your Invitation in time.
Passport and visa
A foreigner who wants to visit the Russian Federation must have a valid passport
(expire date should be not earlier than 6 months after
the date of visitor's departure from Russia), an appropriate visa
and documents for return or onward travel. To get a visa, a visitor has to
submit visa application and either official Letter of Invitation or
Voucher for Accommodation to a Russian Embassy or Consulate in
the country of residence.
Local Organizing Committee (LOC) will supply the participants of the 10th
IAEA TM with Letters of Invitation authorized by Russian Ministry of Foreign
Affairs and valid for business visas. LOC will send you a copy of Letter of
Invitation by fax and the original by mail.
Alternatively, you may apply for tourist visa by virtue of
Voucher for Accommodation. In case you make the hotel reservation
via LOC (hotel "Moscow"), the LOC can send you the
Voucher for Accommodation.
You can also apply for Letter of Invitation or
Voucher for Accommodation and find all the information about visas
to Russia on website: www.visatorussiaonline.com.
In most countries your visa may be issued by virtue of fax copy of
Letter of Invitation or Voucher for Accommodation but we
recommend you to check with the local Russian Consular office if you need
Each foreign participant (and accompanying person) will get a Letter of
Invitation or Voucher for Accommodation in hotel "Moscow"
if he (she) fills-in the relevant fields of the
and sends a copy of the photo page(s) of your passport with the
identification information (Name, Passport #, issue/expire dates,
date/place of birth, citizenship) to the Organizing Committee by e-mail
as graphic file(s) (*.jpg, *.pdf, *.gif).
To get your Letter of Invitation or Voucher for Accommodation in
time the Application Form should be submitted to LOC
by June 25, 2005.
Participants are strongly advised to follow the above recommendations and to
apply for a visa immediately after receiving the
Invitation or Voucher for Accommodation to ensure that the visa
is issued timely.
All foreigners are given migration cards upon their arrival to Russia. The
card is divided into two identical parts. Part A of the migration card will
be taken by passport control upon arrival, and part B will be taken when
leaving the country. Part B should have a visa registration stamp. Russian
law requires that you register your visa within 3 working days of your arrival
in Russia. This registration is normally done at your hotel. This is
important, and fines are levied by policemen conducting a document check on
streets or at passport control when leaving the country.