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  1. #1367

    I don't make this stuff up. Really.

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Drama  [View Original Post]
    I never had to provide ANY of that information for my 3 year tourist visa which was issued on March 14, 2014 through the San Francisco office. I filled out the application, brought the paperwork. No extra anything.

    -Drama
    Decided to provide some proof to those in doubt. Copied and pasted this directly from Visa Processing Service Website. I don't live near a city with a Consulate, so I use them, and they do a great job.

    "Russian Tourist 3 Year Visa Requirements for US Citizens:

    Other Forms:

    A letter of intent addressed to the Embassy or Consulate, respectfully requesting the visa to be issued including the preferred validity.

    The letter must be signed by the applicant.

    The letter must include the applicant's name, nationality, passport number, date and place of birth, address in the US and cities to be visited in Russia.

    Houston: additional required documents:

    - Bank Statement with a minimum balance of $3,000

    - Letter of employment from HR department

    - Check stub to show proof of payment / employment

    - Copy of health insurance card

    - Proof of property ownership

    - Signed Certificate of the makeup of the applicants family."

    So I will ask my original question again. My question was never whether anyone else had to provide this info. My question was, is there any reason to have concern, providing all this extra personal info?

  2. #1366
    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Drama  [View Original Post]
    I never had to provide ANY of that information for my 3 year tourist visa which was issued on March 14, 2014 through the San Francisco office. I filled out the standard application online, brought the paperwork and cashiers check to my appointment and was out the door in 15 minutes. It was ready 10 days later. No extra questions or hassle and I'm a 30 year old single male. I leave Friday for Moscow, my first trip to Russia. Very much looking forward to it, even with all the political shit going on right now.

    -Drama
    That is my experience exactly except I did it at the main Embassy in D. C.

    Excellent! That's the spirit! How long will you be there? I return March 3rd for a few days. Yeah, I am addicted. Moscow is a hell of a playground. I just need to find some real work there.

  3. #1365
    Quote Originally Posted by Suka Shalava  [View Original Post]
    Anybody tried this yet?

    Extra requirements include, among other documents, also providing proof to show your bank account statement minimum balance, letter from your employer, and the deed to your house to show that you own your own home.

    Not nearly as simple as the 5 year 'business' visa that my travel agent in Kiev got for me back in 2002, so that I wouldn't have to apply for new single entry tourist visas every time I wanted to return to Ukraine (back when visas there were required).

    Should there be ANY reason for concern to provide info on items I listed?
    I never had to provide ANY of that information for my 3 year tourist visa which was issued on March 14, 2014 through the San Francisco office. I filled out the standard application online, brought the paperwork and cashiers check to my appointment and was out the door in 15 minutes. It was ready 10 days later. No extra questions or hassle and I'm a 30 year old single male. I leave Friday for Moscow, my first trip to Russia. Very much looking forward to it, even with all the political shit going on right now.

    -Drama

  4. #1364
    Quote Originally Posted by Suka Shalava  [View Original Post]
    According to the Russian Consulate in Houston, the new 3 year multiple entry tourist visa did not exist until September 2013, so it is interesting that you claim to have received one 5 months before that in May?

    And also, on their website, it clearly specifies the extra requirements that I listed.

    As I previously asked, should there be any reason for concern to provide bank account and home ownership specific info and details, as is required?

    As for Jake99, you gave no reason why the consulate would not process it, when they have it listed as available on their website, and the visa service that I used for the last four years confirms that they have had all applications they've submitted approved by the consulate.
    Suka, You must have me confused with someone else. I am here on a 3 year WORK visa. I don't know shit about tourist visas. That's why I am asking.

  5. #1363
    Quote Originally Posted by Jake993  [View Original Post]
    Yummy, Did you get the invitation letter through an online service?
    I got my invitation from the Hilton in Moscow. It was free if you stayed there and they send it as soon as you make the reservation and tell them you need one. If you cancel the reservation, I think they charge you quite a bit more than a service, so it is only worthwhile if you actually stay there. I stayed there one night using points and spent the rest of my time in an apartment. I suspect any decent hotel will provide a letter.

    Once you get the original invitation for your visa, they do not require any further invitations or any other documents on future visits. You just have to show up in Russia with your passport and valid visa.

  6. #1362
    Quote Originally Posted by Suka Shalava  [View Original Post]
    According to the Russian Consulate in Houston, the new 3 year multiple entry tourist visa did not exist until September 2013, so it is interesting that you claim to have received one 5 months before that in May?

    And also, on their website, it clearly specifies the extra requirements that I listed.

    As I previously asked, should there be any reason for concern to provide bank account and home ownership specific info and details, as is required?

    As for Jake99, you gave no reason why the consulate would not process it, when they have it listed as available on their website, and the visa service that I used for the last four years confirms that they have had all applications they've submitted approved by the consulate.
    The Russian Consulate in Houston either mis-spoke or made a mistake or you heard them wrong. I got mine in May of 2013 directly at the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Washington, D. C. without using any kind of service. They were very friendly and helpful there.

    According to the US State Department website:

    "A visa agreement between the United States and the Russian government entered into force on September 9, 2012, and is intended to reduce complications for USA citizens who visit, transit, or reside in the Russian Federation." (emphasis mine)

    http://travel.state.gov/content/pass...ry/russia.html

    I suspect the date on the US State Department website is correct. I have been to Russia 4 times on my current visa since May (Jake can confirm this as we have met each time) and I will be there next week.

    I know the website says it may have those requirements. I am just telling you that they did not require it of me. Maybe if you give bad answers on the application they will ask for it. Either way, they are nothing to be concerned about.

    Suka, please don't make Yummy grumpy 3 days before he is balls-deep in Russian pussy...

    And finally, I think Jake was saying that no, there is nothing to worry about not that they would not process it.

  7. #1361
    Quote Originally Posted by YummyPL  [View Original Post]
    I got the 3 year visa last May. They didn't ask for anything but the basic application, the invitation letter, and the money. No problems whatsoever.
    According to the Russian Consulate in Houston, the new 3 year multiple entry tourist visa did not exist until September 2013, so it is interesting that you claim to have received one 5 months before that in May?

    And also, on their website, it clearly specifies the extra requirements that I listed.

    As I previously asked, should there be any reason for concern to provide bank account and home ownership specific info and details, as is required?

    As for Jake99, you gave no reason why the consulate would not process it, when they have it listed as available on their website, and the visa service that I used for the last four years confirms that they have had all applications they've submitted approved by the consulate.

  8. #1360
    Quote Originally Posted by YummyPL  [View Original Post]
    I got the 3 year visa last May. They didn't ask for anything but the basic application, the invitation letter, and the money. No problems whatsoever.
    Yummy, Did you get the invitation letter through an online service?

  9. #1359
    Quote Originally Posted by Suka Shalava  [View Original Post]
    Anybody tried this yet?

    Extra requirements include, among other documents, also providing proof to show your bank account statement minimum balance, letter from your employer, and the deed to your house to show that you own your own home.
    I got the 3 year visa last May. They didn't ask for anything but the basic application, the invitation letter, and the money. No problems whatsoever.

  10. #1358
    Quote Originally Posted by Gentleman Travel  [View Original Post]
    Well there are a lot of Russian / EE women working in strip clubs & escort services in Canada & US and in FFKs in Germany.

    But if you are talking about dating "normal" Russian women, I suggest you work through Russian dating services like Mamba, which has a lot of women in Canada and US on it. I have used this method with some (but mixed) success. I've had some long term relationships and some one-night stands when travelling. One big breasted MILF who put out on the first date actually THANKED ME for sex. It had been many months for her! But if I was actually in the market for a real relationship (as opposed to extra-marital) I'm sure I could be VERY successful connecting with women from Mamba. Not as easy to score young girls, but lonely MILFs and single moms, definitely!

    On the plus side, Russian women in the west are still very beautiful, sexual,"easy" (by American standards) and interested in having a relationship.

    Plus you can approach younger ones, who may be here as students or on a language program or struggling to find jobs on limited visas, and propose sponsorship arrangements with them. I had a couple of really good prospects like this, but couldn't make the cost / benefit ratio work.

    On the negative side, the "white god" factor goes WAY down, because they (probably) already have a visa and have access to lots of western men. So they don't "need" you in the same way the do back in Russia, if they are hoping to be "rescued". But then that also eliminates one of risks, they are not just interested in a visa or your money. Sure, they might be hoping to land you as a husband, and I know many would argue that is just to get at your money for alimony, but I don't think that is the case most of the time. These women just want to have a stable relationship with a good man.

    Moreover, they are often receptive to someone who knows something about their country, culture, language and how to treat a Russian woman. With that MILF in mentioned in DC, I would probably not have pushed for sex on the first date if she had been an American woman, but with a Russian you keep your foot on the gas until you either crash & burn or "get home"!
    GT.

    I have always agreed with your "optics" of Slavic women. I know two men, Black men in fact that have married Russian women. One was here on a student visa, they live in Chicago and the other I know of lives in Texas I believe. One of my other friends (Black as well) is married to a Ukrainian woman who he met through one of the better known services; now they have two children.

    The majority of these women do want long term, loving relationships with children.

    You are 100% correct that when the green light is given, you don't let up off the gas until she climaxes, that comes from personal experience. LOL.

    Unfortunately for me I don't know if I will get the opportunity to wife up a Slavic woman, plans have changed and K1's are bothersome at this point in time. We shall see though.

  11. #1357
    Quote Originally Posted by Suka Shalava  [View Original Post]
    Anybody tried this yet?

    Extra requirements include, among other documents, also providing proof to show your bank account statement minimum balance, letter from your employer, and the deed to your house to show that you own your own home.

    Not nearly as simple as the 5 year 'business' visa that my travel agent in Kiev got for me back in 2002, so that I wouldn't have to apply for new single entry tourist visas every time I wanted to return to Ukraine (back when visas there were required).

    Should there be ANY reason for concern to provide info on items I listed?
    No. Not at all. It will go no further than the Russian consulate where you apply.

  12. #1356

    New 3 year multiple entrance Russian tourist visa?

    Anybody tried this yet?

    Extra requirements include, among other documents, also providing proof to show your bank account statement minimum balance, letter from your employer, and the deed to your house to show that you own your own home.

    Not nearly as simple as the 5 year 'business' visa that my travel agent in Kiev got for me back in 2002, so that I wouldn't have to apply for new single entry tourist visas every time I wanted to return to Ukraine (back when visas there were required).

    Should there be ANY reason for concern to provide info on items I listed?

  13. #1355

    90 Day Fiance

    I saw a preview for this program recently and thought some might be interested. The upcoming season will include women from Russia, Ukraine, Brazil, Colombia, and the Philippines:

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/liv...-90-day-665840

  14. #1354

    Yuzhno Sakhalin

    I had the option to go to Yuzhno-Sakhalin, but opted not to go. Being in the Pacific, it is extremely far away (from the Atlantic) and small. That is often not a bad thing, as the best action in Russia is in remote, impoverished provinces. But in the case of Yuzhno-Sakhalin my impression is that it has been overrun by oil companies, oil money and oilmen and would not be a good destination. If you search the forum or the internet you may find that there are some options there, but not a lot to choose from. I may easily be mistaken, but at least this is the analysis I based my own decision on.

    Quote Originally Posted by GoblinCrazyy  [View Original Post]
    Hi Folks,

    I have been following this forum in recent months while I was traveling and I have found this extermely useful for all kinds of info!

    But now I am faced with a challenge. I am traveling to this place called Yuzhno-Sakhalin. Unfortunately despite my best of web searches I am unable to find a single website or forum which provides info about escort service in Sakhalin.

    I know its a rural island in russia, but I was disappointed to see that no escort service is there in this island! (I hope I am wrong). So dear friends, kindly provide me info on any kind of service available in sakhalin. Or any experiences that is worth sharing!

  15. #1353

    Advice please

    Hi Folks,

    I have been following this forum in recent months while I was traveling and I have found this extermely useful for all kinds of info!

    But now I am faced with a challenge. I am traveling to this place called Yuzhno-Sakhalin. Unfortunately despite my best of web searches I am unable to find a single website or forum which provides info about escort service in Sakhalin.

    I know its a rural island in russia, but I was disappointed to see that no escort service is there in this island! (I hope I am wrong). So dear friends, kindly provide me info on any kind of service available in sakhalin. Or any experiences that is worth sharing!

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