Filling out your Russian entry card

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Aug 03, 2006
When we flew from Vilnius, Lithuania to Moscow, we were given this entry card to fill out on the airplane. Well, it was all in Russian! And it was quite challenging for most people to fill it out. Although if you didn't, at the airport, they did have a sample filled out in English, but maybe not in all entry points? Anyway, if you want to get a head start on filling it out. The various fields are explained in the photo below. From top to bottom, your lastname, your firstname, skip the next one since you are not Russian or you wouldn't have problem knowing what it means, then your date of birth in the Day/Month/Year order, then to the right, circle your sex, the left word is for male, and the right one is for female.Below that is your document number (passport number), and passport country on the right.Below that on the left, circle your reason for visit, I presume most of you would circle the one for tourism. To the right is who sponsored your visa. It didn't seem to matter not to fill out the 2 little fields below that.Then the dates of your visit from (c:) and to. And sign your name on the field to the right. And you are done.
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Shady says:
Thanks a lot
Posted on: Sep 08, 2013
ArnoSmit says:
Thnx a lot! Will be flying in a few weeks. Very helpfull to know before one takes a trip to Russia :-)
Posted on: Jun 03, 2012
parabellum says:
FYI: if you take Aeroflot flight to Russia, you will find the example how to fill out the entry card in their on-board magazine too
Posted on: Jun 26, 2008
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