Uzbekistan e-Visa Application
Uzbekistan e-Visa: Basic information
Uzbekistan e-visa is an online visa launched by the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan on July 15, 2018.
The e-visa system aims to simplify the Uzbekistan visa application process as the entire process takes place online.
Travelers can choose between three types of Uzbekistan e-visas:
online single entry visa, double entry visa and multiple entry visa.
Regardless of the type chosen, the Uzbekistan e-Visa remains valid for 90 days (three months) from the date of issue and allows its holder to stay a total of 30 days in Uzbekistan.
The e-visa system allows all eligible citizens to apply for an Uzbekistan visa online by following three simple steps using any functional device. Travelers can apply online at least three business days before their planned trip and receive their Uzbekistan e-Visa via email in PDF format.
Applicants should check that they meet the requirements to apply for an Uzbekistan e-visa online and ensure that they provide the correct details for their application to be successful.
Travelers from eligible countries can register at home or any other location using any work device with an Internet connection.
Explore visa types for Uzbekistan online to choose the one that best suits your trip.
Each traveler can choose one of the following Uzbekistan e-visa types:
- Single entry electronic visa:
Allows 30 days stay in Uzbekistan
- Dual entry electronic visa:
allows two visits during the validity period, for a total of one month in Uzbekistan
- Multiple entry electronic visa:
designed for multiple visits to Uzbekistan; however, the total number of days spent in the country is 30
Regardless of which category you choose, an approved online visa remains valid for 90 days (three months) from the date of issuance. Make sure you use it within the three-month validity period.
Apply online for the electronic visa at least 72 hours before your travel to Uzbekistan.
Follow these steps to file your application and receive your entry permit quickly:
- Begin by clicking on the “Login” button, which can be found in the menu on the right side of the screen.
- If you haven’t registered yet, please register yourself first.
- After registering, proceed to log in to the panel.
- Once you are logged in, navigate to the menu on the left side of the panel.
- Select the “Visa Application Form” option from the menu.
- Fill out this form with the required information.
- Finally, submit the completed form.
Please note! The final processing time may be extended and lies within the Uzbekistan government.
All three types of Uzbekistan online visas are valid for 90 days (three months) from the date of issue. Make sure you enter Uzbekistan within 90 days of the validity date and depart properly before your e-Visa expires.
If you want to stay in Uzbekistan for 30 days, enter Uzbekistan around the 60th day of your visa validity online so you can stay a full month before your permit expires.
Please note! All visitors to Uzbekistan must have a valid travel document, i.e. a passport that has not expired at least 6 months from the intended date of entry into Uzbekistan.
Whenever you transit through Uzbekistan to another country, you are required to apply for an electronic visa in advance.
The best option is to use a dual entry permit valid for 90 days to use for two entries into Uzbekistan. The first time on the way to your destination country and the next time on the way back you will have to cross the Uzbekistan border again.
Also make sure you have a valid passport!
Entry rules when visiting Uzbekistan are simple; All travelers must have two important documents. Make sure you bring the following documents with you when traveling to Uzbekistan:
- Valid passport will not expire in the next 6 months from the date of arrival in Uzbekistan
- Printout of valid online visa for Uzbekistan
List of eligible countries
Check below if you are eligible to apply online for the Uzbekistan e-Visa:
- Cabo Verde
- Côte d’Ivoire
- El Salvador
- Marshall Islands
- North Korea
- North Macedonia
- Solomon Islands
- South Africa
- Sri Lanka
- United States
Should your country not be listed above, you will need to apply for a regular visa at an Uzbekistan Embassy.
Make sure to contact your nearest Embassy for detailed instructions on the application process.
Required documents for e-Visa
You need the following documents to apply for an Uzbekistan e-visa:
- A photo of your passport's biodata page. Images are required to be in JPG format and file size must be less than 1024 KB.
- A photo of you. Photos must be 35×45 mm in size, 300 dpi resolution. Image size must not exceed 1 MB. Headwear, hair, hairstyles or facial makeup must not obscure the face. Photos must have a clear, solid background. There must be no other people or objects in the photo. If the photo is overexposed or underexposed and results in skin that is too dark or too light, the photo will not be accepted. The photo must meet all ICAO requirements.
Do I need to apply for a separate Uzbekistan e-visa for the people traveling with me?
Yes, that's right. Each traveler requires an individual e-Visa. However, children under 16 years of age are exempt from this obligation if:
- They are accompanied by a parent or guardian with an e-Visa.
- They have a valid biometric passport.
The information on my e-Visa does not exactly match the information on my passport. Can I modify the information?
No you can not. Once you have submitted your application, you cannot go back to edit or change any information. Make sure that all the information you provide accurately represents the information on your passport. Otherwise, your visa will be refused.
- The applicant's passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the expected date of arrival in Uzbekistan.
- Every tourist who wants to visit Uzbekistan must have their own e-Visa.
- If you need to transit through Uzbekistan, an electronic visa is required
- Customs officers will check that each traveler has an electronic printout of a valid visa and passport.
- Uzbekistan visa online expires 90 days from date of issue.
- Business-related activities are not permitted for e-visa holders
- Filling out forms with accurate data can help you avoid delays or approval problems
Benefits of Divine E-Visa
FAQ about the Uzbekistan e-Visa
Uzbekistan e-Visa is an electronic entry permit that can be obtained entirely online. It comes in the form of a single entry permit, double entry permit or multiple entry permit. Uzbekistan’s online visa allows its holder to stay in the country for 30 days. Please note! All applicants must have a valid passport as well as an e-visa upon arrival.
Check the list of eligible countries to see which countries’ citizens can apply online and submit the application form. Travelers who are citizens of the listed countries must ensure that they meet all of the e-visa requirements listed previously.
Uzbekistan e-Visa payment can be made online after submitting the application form. Citizens of eligible countries can pay with a credit or debit card, PayPal, PayU or any other secure online payment method, choosing from several methods available on the website ours.
Visa fees to Uzbekistan are as follows:
|Single-entry e-Visa||USD 20|
|Double-entry e-Visa||USD 35|
|Multiple-entry e-Visa||USD 50|
Visa fees are non-refundable.
Tourists applying for an Uzbekistan tourist visa online must have the following documents for their application to be accepted:
Valid passport, applicant’s face photo and copy of booked return flight ticket. Please note! The applicant must have a passport that will not expire within the next 6 months from the intended date of entry.
To apply for an Uzbekistan e-Visa, first gather the necessary documents; The most necessary travel document is a valid passport. Then fill out the application form with the necessary data, trip details and attach supporting documents. Make sure everything is correct and costs are covered. Then wait for the approved e-Visa to arrive at your email address in PDF form.
Requests must be made at least 3 business days before travel. Processing time can take up to 72 hours. Make sure your passport is valid and you have entered the correct data in the application to receive your license quickly.
Once the application process is complete, the approved e-Visa will arrive at your email address in PDF format. Make sure you provide a correct and working email address to receive your entry permit without any hassle. Print it out and take it with you on your trip.
Yes, that’s right. You must carry your e-Visa when traveling. It is recommended to print it and have a hard copy.
Uzbekistan’s online visa allows foreign citizens to stay in the country for up to 30 days. Electronic visas can be issued for single entry, double entry or multiple entries.
Citizens of countries that can apply for an online e-visa to travel to Uzbekistan can use this document to stay there for a total of 30 days for tourist purposes. It does not authorize any business-related activities and does not serve as a work permit.
The electronic visa for Uzbekistan is valid for 90 days from the date of issue. Also, make sure you have a passport that will not expire during your stay in Uzbekistan. Use your visa online within the three-month validity period..
If your e-Visa is not approved, please contact our support team via email or phone. We will be happy to resolve your concerns about why your e-visa was not approved. Remember that foreign citizens visiting Uzbekistan must have a valid passport to receive an entry permit.
You must apply at least three business days before you plan to travel. If your visa is taking longer than usual, it’s best to apply a few days before your trip.
Yes you can. As an e-Visa holder, you can enter the country through all ports of entry
If you have applied for a single-entry visa, you can only enter the country once and stay for a maximum of 30 days. If you have applied for a double entry visa, you can enter the country twice within the validity period. If you have applied for a multiple-entry visa, you can re-enter multiple times within the validity period. You cannot stay for more than 30 days, regardless of the visa you apply for.