When to apply for a regular visa?
If you are not from a country eligible for an Uzbekistan e-Visa, your only option is an Uzbekistan regular visa.
If you are not a citizen of any of the countries below, you will need a regular visa to travel to Uzbekistan:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Czech Republic
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
America: Canada and the United States
Oceania: Australia and New Zealand
- Saudi Arabia
- The United Arab Emirates
Should you print your e-visa?
It is compulsory to print your e-visa before leaving your home country. You will not be allowed entry into Uzbekistan without the hard copy of your e-visa permit.
The Uzbekistan immigration authorities demand that travelers print their e-Visa permits. You can also have an electronic copy. You will be asked for your e-visa permit at the airline and immigration counter upon arrival. Your valid passport is also compulsory if you want to gain entry into Uzbekistan.
The total amount of the consular fees for the issuance of the electronic visa is 20 USD. You can make payments online by credit card. The applicant’s name does not have to be the same as the cardholder.
The electronic visa (e-Visa) is issued for 30 days, but it is valid for 90 days from the date of issue.
For example, if you apply for the visa on October 1, it will be valid from that date (October 1) until December 31, although you can stay in the country for up to 30 days from the date admission (for example, from November 1 to November 30).
How will I receive my electronic visa for Uzbekistan?
72 hours is the time it takes to process the E-visa application for Uzbekistan. However, it is best to apply for a visa well in advance. Some requests may require further verification, which will result in longer processing times. Once the E-Visa is issued, you will be contacted by email so that you can collect your visa.
What are the conditions for Uzbekistan’s e-visa?
There are some important things you need to have to get an electronic visa for Uzbekistan. These are all very necessary. So, you will have to collect these things at the beginning. The visa requirements for Uzbekistan are as follows:
- You will need to present a passport with a validation period of six months. You will need an email for assistance.
- You will need a valid international credit and debit card for cash transactions.
- You will need a photo in a legible and acceptable format for the passport data page.
When can I apply for the Uzbekistan e-visa?
An Uzbekistan visa application can be applied for one day or six months in advance. Although it only takes 2 working days to get your visa approved. It is strongly advised to apply for an Uzbekistan visa before your arrival date to avoid any payment or other issues.
The advantages of an Uzbekistan e-visa?
- You can access the application online at any time of the day and from any location, provided you can access the Internet.
- You can also get help from visa officers around the clock for any questions related to your application.
- You can also review your request to make sure you made no mistakes before submitting it.
- Visa issuers may ask you to correct any erroneous information or add information that you have omitted so that your visa can be accepted.
- A simple application form and a process that you can follow without difficulty.
- Secure form and protection of privacy – An unauthorized person cannot access your request form.
- All formats (PNG, JPG, JPEG, PDF) are acceptable when you upload your documents and photos. Once your visa approved, you will receive the email in PDF format.
How far in advance should you complete the procedure?
The request for an electronic visa (e-Visa) must be made at least 3 working days before the scheduled date of arrival in Uzbekistan.
What documentation do I need?
You need the following documentation, which you must send electronically during the application process:
- regulatory size photo
- valid passport
Do I need travel insurance?
Travel insurance is not compulsory for processing the visa to Uzbekistan, but it is highly recommended.