Russia

Is it safe as a us citizen to go there? Are visas even available?

I also have an eu passport I can use, but if they look closely it will say born in usa and I can deny citizenship. I ask because I may have a job offer there, which has to do with knowing English well, and I will absolutely take it of offered because I haven't worked in a while, it is high salary and I want to start my own business in EU.

I have talked to people in Russia, and people who visited Russia in the past year with no issues. I am also female, no chance to be thrown into some battle, and I look rather slavic to people so I will probably blend it, and I can just say I don't speak Russian well, truthfully I know a little bit.

I would prefer people with actual knowledge and experiences, not reading the same articles I can read myself.

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Are visas even available?
    People have gotten transit and tourist visas from embassies in neighboring countries ever since they lifted their plandemic restrictions.
    Also people have successfully transited by road, train and plane.

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Russia
    >and I want to start my own business in EU
    what?
    like what?

    they did loosen up visa restrictions a few weeks ago for tourists, but for you that's not relevant in any way, shape, or form, cause you'd go there for work. just forget working there as an american on a tourist visa.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's not related to Russia, I just wanted to explain my reasoning for going after a higher salary.

      >Is it safe as a us citizen to go there?
      A whole lot safer than many areas in USA - they certainly don't have jogger-containment-zones like many US rust-belt cities do or mass hobo camps like in the west coast. I've been to stpetersbourg, moscow, nizhny, kazan, samara, yekaterenburg, vladivostok and never once felt unsafe at any point even though in some cities I've seen some quite run-down areas. I'm from a euro country that had an "orange warning level" on traveling to russia even before the war and this is particularly funny because I've felt more unsafe in some vibrant and ethnically diverse neighborhoods in my own country than I ever did in russia. Outside of SPB and moscow theres just not been much to do but I assume your job offer is in either of those anyway. Can't help with the visa situation since I was there some years ago now but its probably fine especially if you can present the job offer.

      I'm not really concerned for personal safety, I mean issues like immigration mistreating certain people by nationality. I am also bot moving to Russia either, my job would require me to work on and off so I would leave during my time off and reside in an EU country. My local residence would be provided by the employer.

      >I'm female.
      There is a nonzero chance that a bunch of Ivan's wearing tracksuits will beat the shit out of you for being a troon if you go to Russia, topkek.

      Maybe you aren't aware, but half of the world's population are biological women, and they are able to hold passports and go to other countries.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        they only pick on people randomly, and i can assure you you don't sound like you have any of the street smarts to survive that.
        having a uterus you need more iq to survive russian bureaucracy, not less. also it sounds like you didn't even google what you are to expect in terms of eu bureaucracy either. this kind of hopping between the eu and russia you have in your head is doable, but you have to have exceptional research and organization skills for it. you would 100% not be asking around on SighSee if you had enough resourcefulness to pull this off during a war between the eu and russia AND with a nationality where it's a pain in the ass to even open a bank account in any of those places.
        just going to russia as a tourist once or twice would be totally safe and fine. i absolutely agree with everyone else here that it's just... safe.
        what i'm saying is that it's not like hopping from florida to texas every couple of weeks. if you actually will work in russia, and you actually have a us citizenship and look to settle in the eu... your new middle name is going to be paperwork and your religion is going to by crying at the immigration office. even if you just decided to stay in russia and just stay put it would be much more simple.
        you can do what you want to do, but it's dumb.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          This sounds like schizo posting.
          I genuinely think you need help.

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            If it is, it's one of the most sensible and readable schizoposts I've seen here.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Maybe you aren't aware, but half of the world's population are biological women

        Not on this website they ain't buddy

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    My British friend went there as he had a baby with his Russian wife.
    Like last week.
    It's safe.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Disregard this.
      I have no friends really.
      I'm trans btw.

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Is it safe as a us citizen to go there?
    A whole lot safer than many areas in USA - they certainly don't have jogger-containment-zones like many US rust-belt cities do or mass hobo camps like in the west coast. I've been to stpetersbourg, moscow, nizhny, kazan, samara, yekaterenburg, vladivostok and never once felt unsafe at any point even though in some cities I've seen some quite run-down areas. I'm from a euro country that had an "orange warning level" on traveling to russia even before the war and this is particularly funny because I've felt more unsafe in some vibrant and ethnically diverse neighborhoods in my own country than I ever did in russia. Outside of SPB and moscow theres just not been much to do but I assume your job offer is in either of those anyway. Can't help with the visa situation since I was there some years ago now but its probably fine especially if you can present the job offer.

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I'm female.
    There is a nonzero chance that a bunch of Ivan's wearing tracksuits will beat the shit out of you for being a troon if you go to Russia, topkek.

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Euro in Russia right now. People are cool, quite welcoming, hardly anyone talked about "the situation".

    Travelled to Abkhazia and Transnistria was also fine.

    Border controls nothing special

    The visa was easy, I have a Russian bank card, phone number,...

    I was hoping for some more excitment honestly

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I was hoping for some more excitment honestly

      Don't worry, it will get exciting when they nab you when you try to cross the border and keep you for a bargaining chip.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Can you use your American cards there at the ATM?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        No

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Russia is not the country for fairies, homosexuals, sodomites, and leftards. That means yankees and commiefornians should not go there. Leave Russia to us based Midwesterners and Southerners

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I crossed the border multiple times. Theres no using as a bargaining chip.

    Get of 4 Chan and go to Reddit to spread misingormation.

    The only fase you heard was about a dumb basketball American that tool werd with her. How moronic was she? The punishment she received was in line with the punishment a Russian citizen would get.

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    > I am also female, no chance to be thrown into some battle
    Ahhh yes, gender equality. Gotta love it.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >no menstrual cycle
      >no pregnancy
      >no childbirth
      >no breastfeeding
      >physically weaker in general

      yes equality

      stop bumping this incelite and go play virtual war, the only battlefield you will ever see

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