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Problems securing visa to Russia

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I really need some advice on securing a Russian visa. I have filled out and sent all documents required including my passport and a postal money order for $160 for a visa, ( as per Russian Consulate instructions), to Houston. I have received an email from Invisa Logistics Services charging me $263 for one visa. I feel I am being overcharged, since Invisa's site says they charge $160 plus $33 to ship visa back to me, although I included a postage paid envelope for return of (hopefully) a visa plus my passport. I am totally confused by whole process...help anyone??

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