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Visa

Larus Viaggi has been accredited with the consulates of Italy for more than 10 years, since the opening of offices in Moscow and CIS countries.

As a result of many years of cooperation with the Consulate and almost daily presence in the Consular Section and Visa Center, we are aware of all the subtleties of working with documents and all new changes and requirements.

In this section you can see the list of documents for opening a visa, as well as obtain an Italian questionnaire and a sample of its completion.

We draw your attention that this form of the questionnaire is submitted to the Consulate, no other forms (such as leaflets – questionnaires) are accepted.

On all questions you can apply to our visa departments, where you will be provided with exhaustive information, by phone, or by e-mail to info@larus.ru (in the Moscow office). Electronic addresses of other representations are in section Contacts

Timing

The term of consideration of documents by the consulate is 4 working days (in Moscow).

The terms of consideration of documents in Kiev, Yerevan, Tashkent and other countries you can find in the relevant representative office.

Example.

If the documents are submitted on Monday, the opening of visas is expected on Thursday.

Attention! The above dates are indicative. The consulate can increase the time for consideration of documents.

You can apply for a visa 3 months before the proposed trip.

Documents for individual travel must be provided to us no later than 3 working days before the proposed submission for sighting, for a bus (group) tour no later than 5 working days. This is due to the need for verification and clearance.

List of documents (Moscow)

List of documents (Kiev)

Questionnaire

Sample of filling in the questionnaire

The questionnaire can be completed both on the computer and by hand.

In the latter case, it is required to write very legibly.

Fields that are grayed out are not populated.

The application form is filled in English, in Italian, or in Latin letters.