After receiving an NSU invitation for a Russian visa, you get a single-entry, 90 day student visa.
Within 3 working days after your arrival at NSU, you must provide the International Relations Office with the following documents for migration registration at a dormitory address:
Please note that the migration registration paper you will receive within a week is a legal document as is your migration card so keep them safe during your stay in Russia. If you have lost your passport, migration card, or migration registration paper, please contact the International Relations Office as soon as possible.
Please note that you must follow migration registration procedures every time you arrive at the NSU campus from your home country, from another Russian city, or after changing your residential address. If you are renting an apartment, you must be registered by the apartment’s owner within 7 working days.
To extend your visa, you need to submit the following documents 1.5 months before your visa expiration date:
Within a month after submitting documents, you will obtain a new multiple-entry student visa for the required period, but no longer than a year. If your stay at NSU lasts longer, you have to repeat the visa extension procedure next year. Please note that you can travel outside the Russian Federation with this type of visa.
In case of an early expulsion or taking an academic leave, you must provide the following documents for a transit visa as soon as possible