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Visas in USA

Student VisaF1/M1
$160 application fee, reciprocity fees depending on country of citizenship. Russian nationals can receive student visas valid for up to one year and pay no reciprocity fee. 0

Exchange Visitor VisaJ
$160 application fee, reciprocity fees depending on country of citizenship. Conditions vary based on your program, but Russian nationals do not pay a reciprocity fee and can receive exchange visas valid for up to three years. Applicants whose programs are funded by the U.S. government do not pay the application fee. Unless your J program is sponsored by the United States Government (with a program code beginning with a "G"), you must pay your Form I-901 SEVIS fee. SEVIS fee may be paid online. 0

Domestic Employee VisaB1, A3, G5
A3 and G5 applicants are not required to pay any application fees. B1 applicants must pay a $160 application fee and reciprocity fees depending on your country of citizenship. For Russian nationals, receipt of a 3-year multiple entry B1 visa doesn’t require a payment of a reciprocity fee. 0

Work VisaH, L, O, P, Q
$190 application fee, reciprocity fees depending on country of citizenship. With some exceptions, Russian nationals can receive work-based visas for the length of their petition, up to a maximum of two years. 0

Transit/Ship Crew VisasC1/D
$160 application fee, reciprocity fees depending on country of citizenship. Russian nationals, members of sea and air crews can receive multiple entry transit/crew visas valid for up to two years and pay no reciprocity fee. 0

Business/Tourist VisaB-1, B-2
The application fee for the b-1 / b-2 visas is $160. 0

Religious Worker VisaR
$190 application fee, reciprocity fees depending on country of citizenship. With some exceptions, Russian nationals can receive work-based visas for the length of their petition, up to a maximum of two years. 0

Journalist and Media VisasI
$160 application fee, reciprocity fees depending on country of citizenship. For Russian nationals, I visas are generally issued for a single entry within 3 months of receipt. Journalists stationed on long-term assignment in the United States may receive a multiple entry, 1-year visa, and pay no reciprocity fee. 0

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