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However, many Russian women tell their western 'friend' that they know a local travel agency who can help her to obtain a visa for a few hundred of dollars.
Never believe this, because there are no such things as magic visa's.
(also visit our Russian Visa chapter) For example, to enter the US as a single young Russian woman just to visit you, she only can (try) do this using a K1-fiancee visa.
To obtain a (US/Canadian) tourist visa is in principal impossible for her.
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