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eVisa Uzbekistan

 

Uzbekistan eVisa

 

Uzbekistan eVisa – General information

The Republic of Uzbekistan introduced the electronic visa in 2018. Since that time, travelers from a number of eligible countries can obtain a tourist visa for Uzbekistan online.

Uzbekistan eVisa is issued for purposes related to leisure and business. Travelers have the option of obtaining either a one-entry or multiple-entry visa.

An eVisa holder may enter Uzbekistan and stay up to 30 days in the country within the 90-day validity period. Entry to the country can take place at any time as long as a visa remains valid.

To obtain an Uzbekistan visa online, one needs to fill out the online form with the required details, cover the processing fee and receive the approved eVisa via email.

Please remember to apply for the Uzeksitan visa at least a few business days before your planned trip to receive the visa delivered on time.

 

Who needs an eVisa to Uzbekistan

There are around 180 different countries whose nationals do need to obtain a visa to travel to Uzbekistan for tourism.

Luckily, there are over 130 countries that can enjoy the eVisa application. Check the list of Uzbekistan eVisa-eligible countries to see whether you can obtain your visa online.

List of eligible countries

eVisa for Uzbekistan is available to the citizens of following countries:

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  • Aland Islands Aland Islands
  • Albania Albania
  • American Samoa American Samoa
  • Andorra Andorra
  • Argentina Argentina
  • Aruba Aruba
  • Australia Australia
  • Austria Austria
  • Belarus Belarus
  • Belgium Belgium
  • Bhutan Bhutan
  • Bolivia Bolivia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Brazil Brazil
  • Brunei Brunei
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria
  • Burundi Burundi
  • Cambodia Cambodia
  • Canada Canada
  • Cape Verde Islands Cape Verde Islands
  • Chile Chile
  • Christmas Island Christmas Island
  • Cocos Islands Cocos Islands
  • Colombia Colombia
  • Comoros Comoros
  • Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of
  • Congo, Republic of Congo, Republic of
  • Cook Islands Cook Islands
  • Costa Rica Costa Rica
  • Croatia Croatia
  • Cuba Cuba
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic
  • Denmark Denmark
  • Dominican Republic Dominican Republic
  • Djibouti Djibouti
  • Ecuador Ecuador
  • El Salvador El Salvador
  • Eritrea Eritrea
  • Estonia Estonia
  • Faroe Islands Faroe Islands
  • Finland Finland
  • France France
  • French Guiana French Guiana
  • French Polynesia French Polynesia
  • French Southern and Antarctic Lands French Southern and Antarctic Lands
  • Georgia Georgia
  • Ghana Ghana
  • Greece Greece
  • Germany Germany
  • Groenlandia Groenlandia
  • Guam Guam
  • Guatemala Guatemala
  • Guinea Guinea
  • Hungary Hungary
  • Israel Israel
  • Italy Italy
  • Japan Japan
  • Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
  • Laos Laos
  • Latvia Latvia
  • Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania Lithuania
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg
  • Madagascar Madagascar
  • Martinique Martinique
  • Mayotte Mayotte
  • Macedonia Macedonia
  • Mexico Mexico
  • Federated States of Micronesia Federated States of Micronesia
  • Moldova Moldova
  • Monaco Monaco
  • Mongolia Mongolia
  • Myanmar (Burma) Myanmar (Burma)
  • New Caledonia New Caledonia
  • New Zealand New Zealand
  • Netherlands Netherlands
  • Northern Mariana Islands Northern Mariana Islands
  • Norway Norway
  • Palau Palau
  • Panama Panama
  • Paraguay Paraguay
  • Peru Peru
  • Poland Poland
  • Portugal Portugal
  • Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
  • Russia Rusia
  • Rwanda Rwanda
  • San Marino San Marino
  • Slovak Slovak
  • Slovenia Slovenia
  • Spain Spain
  • Switzerland Switzerland
  • South Korea South Korea
  • Suriname Suriname
  • Saint Pierre and Miquelon Saint Pierre and Miquelon
  • Thailand Thailand
  • Wallis and Futuna Is. Wallis and Futuna Is.
  • Turkey Turkey
  • Ukraine Ukraine
  • United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • United States United States
  • Uruguay Uruguay
  • Venezuela Venezuela
  • Vietnam Vietnam
  • US Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands
  • Western Sahara Western Sahara
  • Holy See Holy See

Should you cannot find your nationality on the list above, it means that you need to obtain a regular visa at the nearest Uzbekistan diplomatic mission in your neighborhood.

 

Uzbekistan eVisa types

Uzbekistan offers three options for an electronic visa. Choose the most suitable for you from the following ones:

  • a one-entry eVisa: a visa enabling a 30-day stay in Uzbekistan;a double-entry eVisa: a visa enabling two entries to Uzbekistan and spending there up to 30 days in total;

    a multiple-entry eVisa: a visa dedicated to those who wish to visit Uzbekistan numerous times and spend there up to 30 days in total.

Important: Regardless of the selected visa type, its validity is always 90 days from the date of issue. Make sure to enter Uzbeksiytan within this 3-month period and exit the country before your visa expires.

 

eVisa Uzbekistan application form

First of all, select one eVisa type that best matches your traveling needs and then gather all necessary documents. Next, there are only three steps left that you should follow to complete your eVisa application, including:

  1. Fill out the online form: Enter all the required details in the online visa application form, including your name, surname, passport details, contact information, etc. Double-check all the entered details and move on to the second step.
  2. Cover the processing fee: Use the preferred method of online payment and cover the service fee.
  3. Check your email address: After covering the fee, make sure to check your inbox for the confirmation email.

Please note! Your approved eVisa will also be delivered to your email address within a few business days. The real waiting time may be extended as it is at the total discretion of the Uzbekistan government.

eVisa Uzbekistan validity

All three types of online visas available for Uzbekistan are issued for 3 months (90 days), and the validity starts on the date of issue. You should use your approved eVisa to enter Uzbekistan within the visa’s validity and exit the country before your visa expires.

If you plan to stay in Uzbekistan for 30 days, remember to enter the country around the 60th day of your visa’s validity to be allowed to stay there for an entire month before your eVisa becomes invalid.

Also, make sure your passport will remain valid for the min. period of 6 months from the date you plan to enter Uzbekistan.

 

Uzbekistan eVisa requirements

Uzbekistan eVisa requirements are standard ones and can be easily met by every applicant who simply needs to prepare the following documents:

  • a bio-data passport page digital copy
  • a face photo
  • a return ticket copy

Tip: You can take your face photograph using your PC camera or phone.

 

Transit information

Even though you only plan to transit through Uzbekistan before arriving at your final destination, you still need to obtain a visa first.

Consider applying for a double-entry permit issued for 90 days so that you can use it first to reach your destination and next when coming back home through Uzbekistan.

Visa Summary

  • eVisa destination

    DESTINATION

    Uzbekistan

  • eVisa price

    PRICE

    The price will be shown after completing the online form.

  • eVisa Processing time

    PROCESSING TIME

    a few days

  • Visa validity

    VALID FOR

    3 months

  • Visa requirements documents

    WHAT YOU NEED TO APPLY

    • bio-data passport page digital copy
    • a face photo
    • a return ticket copy

Other Travel Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How do I get an Uzbekistan eVisa?

From the moment you have submitted your visa application, it may take up to a few business days to receive the visa approval via email. The approved eVisa will be sent to you in a PDF format. Make sure to print it out and take its copy for your trip.

When will I receive an eVisa to Uzbekistan?

As soon as your eVisa is approved, its confirmation will arrive in your email inbox. The time necessary to process your application may vary depending on different factors and is totally determined by the final decision of the Uzbekistan government.

Do I need to print Uzbekistan eVisa?

Yes, you do! You should show your valid passport and a printed copy of your approved electronic visa to cross the Uzbekistani borders. Have both documents ready to show when asked by border officials.

What if my Uzbekistan eVisa is not approved?

Should your eVisa application be rejected, please contact our support team as soon as possible. Our consultants will do their best to resolve your issues and link you with the Uzbekistan electronic visa on time.

How long can I stay in Uzbekistan with eVisa?

A holder of a valid Uzbekistan online visa is entitled to a 30-day stay in the country. Depending on the selected visa type, these 30 days can be spread either during one, two, or numerous visits to Uzbekistan.

What is the validity of the Uzbekistan eVisa?

An eVisa to Uzbekistan is issued for 90 days, and the validity starts on the date of issue. An applicant's passport must remain valid for the entire duration of the planned stay in Uzbekistan. Make sure to use your eVisa within a 3-month validity period to ensure hassle-free entry to the country.

Do children need an Uzbekistan eVisa?

Yes. The Uzbekistan eVisa should be obtained by all travelers irrespective of their age. Applications on behalf of underage travelers should be completed by their parents or legal guardians.

What is the cost of an Uzbekistan eVisa?

The Uzbekistan eVisa application requires covering the processing fee. Fill out the online form with all the required details, and the price will be shown afterward.

What must I have to apply for an Uzbekistan eVisa?

Prepare your valid passport, return a ticket copy, and take a face photo. Also, make sure you have access to any Internet-accessed electronic device, valid means of online payment, and an active email address.

What is the processing time for an eVisa to Uzbekistan?

The processing time for an Uzbekistan eVisa may take up to a few business days. Apply a few days before the planned trip and make sure your application is error-free to ensure a smooth application process.

What documents are required to get an Uzbekistan eVisa?

A traveler eligible for an Uzbekistan eVisa application must prepare a few documents, i.e., a valid passport, a face photograph, and a copy of a return ticket. What is essential, the passport must remain valid for at least 6 months beyond the date of planned arrival in Uzbekistan.

What data do I need to provide in the application form for an eVisa to Uzbekistan?

Applicants will need to provide basic personal details, passport data, travel-related information, as well as contact details, including phone number and correct email address. Moroever, they will be asked to upload supporting documents.