When applying for a visa it is necessary to provide documentation that you no longer possess Russian Citizenship, such as:
Copy of USSR passport with a stamp stating you left for permanent residence abroad, dated prior to February 6th 1992.
Copy of a Visa to Israel issued prior to February 6th 1992.
Copy of a Certificate of Naturalization issued prior to 1996
Document confirming the renunciation of your Russian citizenship.
Copy of the main pages of a passport of a former USSR state, issued after February 1992.
Written statement of explanation in the case that you have no documentation.
In accordance with Russian law, visas can not be issued to Russian citizens with expired passports. We remind you that in accordance to Article 12 of Russian law "On citizenship of the Russian Federation", children born to two parents who are Russian citizens automatically gain Russian citizenship regardless of the place of birth. In this case visas are not issued and they must apply for Russian citizenship or have their information written into the passport of one of their parents or obtain a Russian passport.
Complete and sign the Children of Former Russian Nationals Form
, this form states that they are not a registered citizen of Russia.