The Baltic countries have closed the Russians accessible entry into Europe. What options are left?

The Baltic countries have closed the Russians accessible entry into Europe. What options are left?

07.09.2022 0 By admin

So far, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Greece and other countries popular with tourists are in no hurry to impose restrictions and are waiting for the Russians at home. Demand, of course, has grown, so it is very difficult to find free windows for recording now. Everything is planned for the coming months.

If a pan-European ban on the issuance of tourist visas to Russians is introduced, then probably the only way to get into the EU will be short-term category C visas.

They are issued for humanitarian reasons. You can also use them to visit your closest relatives, and these can be Russians living in Europe. Still go on a journey to participate in cultural, educational and sporting activities, carrying out journalistic building.

But even here there are pitfalls: such a permit requires an extended package of documents, including an invitation from relatives. And a class C visa is issued for a single or multiple trip, the maximum period is 90 days of stay, which you have chosen within six months from the moment you receive the coveted stamp in your passport.

There are also category D visas for work, study, reunification with relatives. You can use them to work in EU countries, and for registration you need a language certificate.