The migration registration is made by the Office of International Education and Cooperation. You need to submit documents to the address: street Repina, 3, 423 office.
– A copy of all pages of the passport with stamps, marks, visas;
– Original migration card and its copy;
– Arrival notification of a foreign citizen (registration), if you have it.
You have to bring the documents the next day after crossing the border of the Russian Federation.
Only property owner can register you. According to the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation dated June 27, 2018 No. 163-ФЗ, migration registration or its extension need to be done at the territorial office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation at the actual place of residence.
Citizens of Uzbekistan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Armenia, South Ossetia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Abkhazia do not need a student visa.
For an initial entry into Russia, you have to get an invitation. The university submits documents to the Ministry of Internal Affairs for issuing an invitation to receive a single study visa valid for 90 days. An invitation can be issued 90 days before arrival in Russia.
Please remember that the issuance of invitation takes 20 working days. To apply for an invitation, a foreign citizen needs to send a completed application form and scan of a passport with its translation
into Russian language to email@example.com application form
To extend the visa, you must contact the Office of International Education and Cooperation no later than 40 days before the date of expiry of the visa. To extend the visa, you must bring the following documents to the office:
After obtaining a new visa, you must renew your registration at the place of your residence. If you rent an apartment, you must contact the owner for getting new registration.
International students do not receive a work permit if they work in their universities. Students from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan do not need to obtain a work permit. In all other cases, international students studying full-time at a Russian university can independently apply to the Migration Department for a work permit.