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How do I find 1990s Russian visa info for my new visa application if it's on an old passport.

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We lived in Russia from March 1992 to February 1995. I have traveled back to Russia as late as December 1999. I do not have the information they are requesting on the visa application. It would have been on my old passport, not the one issued in 2009.
asked Apr 16, 2017 in Russian Visa by cdecoux (150 points)

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