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Russian Embassy for Denmark - Address / Phone Number



Russian Embassy for Denmark

Russian Embassy in Denmark

Address: Kristianiagade 5, 2100 Copenhagen
City: Copenhagen (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1/+2 hours)
Tel.: (+45) 35 42 55 85
Fax: (+45) 35 42 37 41
Emergency tel.: +45 27 80 50 25
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 18.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 13.00

Consular services provided by the Embassy:

  • Notarial services;
  • Registration of Russians abroad;
  • Assistance in cases of emergency;
  • Civil status acts;
  • Russian citizenship matters;
  • Issuance of passports;
  • Issuance of requested documents;
  • Issuance of criminal records;
  • Issuance of visas;
  • Pensions and social issues.

In case of lost Russian passport abroad, Consular Section of the Russian Embassy can issue a return certificate (temporary document) to return to the Russian Federation. Also, a police report about the lost passport must be obtained from the local police.

The Russian Visa Center has been established to improve the quality of service to citizens of Denmark, citizens of other states and stateless persons wishing to obtain a visa to enter the Russian Federation, as well as to provide maximum comfort and to simplify the procedure of applying and obtaining a visa.

It is recommended to apply for a visa to Russia at the Russian Visa Center in the Kingdom of Denmark. The address of the Visa Center is: Cort Adelers Gade 12, Copenhagen 1053, Denmark. Tel.: +45 88 61 41 41, fax: +45 33 13 41 42.

Visa centers are officially responsible for receiving, editing and transferring visas of private persons, organizations and companies (including tour operators) to diplomatic and consular representations of the Russian Federation, as well as for issuing visas and collecting consular fees. Employees of visa centers may advise applicants on filling in the visa application form, collecting the documents required for obtaining a Russian visa and on questions regarding the procedure, the terms for issuing a visa, etc.

The final decision on issuing a visa or refusing to issue a visa is the exclusive right of Russian diplomatic and consular representations.

Foreign citizens have the right to apply for a visa directly at the diplomatic or consular representations of the Russian Federation in case they are applying for a visa for themselves or for their close relatives. Furthermore, the Consular Section of the Embassy of Russia in Denmark processes applications for the Russian visa directly, without the services of the Visa Center, from the Danish Foreign Ministry, including employees of Danish diplomatic and consular representations in Russia, as well as from members of official delegations wishing to visit Russia at the invitation of Russian authorities.

In order to apply for standard single-entry or double-entry tourist visas, Danish citizens must provide:

  • Confirmation that the applicant is going to be hosted as a tourist by a Russian tour operator, which has its information included into the Unified Federal Register of Tour Operators.
  • A foreign passport, which must contain at least 2 blank pages for visas, and which must be valid for a period of 6 months after the visa expires.
  • A visa questionnaire completed on the website visa.kdmid.ru, printed and personally signed by the applicant.
  • A color photograph measuring 3.5 x 4.5cm with a light background, with a clear full-face image of the applicant, in which the person is not wearing dark glasses or any headgear (with the exception of persons who, due to their nationality or religious affiliation, are allowed to wear headgear in their passport photo); the photo must be taken within the last 6 months before the date of application.
  • A medical insurance policy, valid on the territory of the Russian Federation and covering the entire duration of the visa, except in cases based on reciprocity.

The Visa Center charges a fixed service fee of 210 DKK for its services. The service fee should not be confused with the consular fee which is transferred to the Russian diplomatic or consular representation. According to the Agreement between the Russian Federation and the European Union the fixed consular fee is 280 DKK.

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