Real Russia can help to obtain visas required by UK citizens and many foreign nationals wishing to visit the Republic of Kazakhstan. We offer three basic types of service depending on the purpose of your visit (tourist, business or transit), how long you wish the visa to be valid for and how many times you expect to visit within the visa validity period.
By using our online Kazakhstan visa application service, you can be confident that all hidden fees are taken care of, meaning the price you see is the price you pay! What’s more, you do not have to book a flight, visit the Consulate yourself, or provide your own Letter of Invitation or visa support documents.
A Kazakhstan tourist visa is used to visit Kazakhstan for tourist or leisure purposes. They can be valid for a single visit of up to 30 days, two visits of up to 30 days each within a 60-day period or three visits of up to 30 days each within a 90-day period. A tourist visa cannot be extended or changed once issued.
Kazakhstan business visas are issued to travellers visiting Kazakhstan for official or private business. They can be issued for a single visit of up to 30 days, two visits of up to 30 days each within a 60-day period or three visits of up to 30 days each within a 90-day period. However, business visas can also be issued for multiple visits (usually during one year) allowing for up to 30 days stay upon each visit but no more than 60-day stay in any 180-day period. It is not possible to extend your business visa before your departure, but it may be an option to do so when you are in Kazakhstan.
A Kazakhstan transit visa is a specific type of visa for people travelling or transiting through Kazakhstan to a third country, for example when taking a train from Russia to Uzbekistan that passes through Kazakhstan. The transit visa is valid for five days from the date requested and the journey through Kazakhstan may last for a maximum of 72 hours within this validity period.
As of 1st January 2019, Citizens from 117 states can obtain an eVisa for Kazakhstan eliminating the need to obtain a conventional visa. See our Kazakh eVisa FAQs for more information about the change including which countries qualify for this.
Yes, of course you can, we have an office in central London and we will be happy to see you and assist with your application if needed. If you intend to deliver an application in person or collect your passport and visa we are open for collection and deliveries during the following times.
Please note: our London office is temporarily closed.
|Passport Collection and Delivery times|
|Monday, Wednesday and Friday||10.00 GMT||13.00 GMT|
|Bank / public holidays (unless advised otherwise)||10:00 – 13:00 GMT|
Visa applications received by our office after 13.00pm on weekdays or on UK bank holidays will not start to be processed until the following working day.
If you are completing your Kazakh visa application with us we will tell you all you need to know, however if you have any questions about the process or would like to know more, please see our dedicated Kazakh visa FAQs page for more information.