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5 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

The cost of a Uganda visa depends on which method you use to apply for it. You will find different fees at an embassy, and a whole other price list if you decide to apply online. And you should note that the last method is the most convenient from all possible standpoints. iVisa offers you a great variety of options when it comes to Uganda visa cost, and you can choose the one that suits you best. That's something you won't find at any embassy.

If you want to know more details about the fees for a Uganda visa, we invite you to keep reading this article.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What documents do I need to apply for a Uganda e-Visa?

If you decide to apply for a [Uganda e-Visa], you'll need the following requirements:

  • Applicant's photo
  • Passport page
  • Last page of passport (if applicable)
  • Yellow Fever Vaccination
  • Personal invitation letter (if applicable)
  • Host's residence visa copy (if applicable)
  • Return ticket (if applicable)
  • Justification Letter (if applicable)
  • Cover letter (if applicable)

What are the processing times and all the fees to get an Uganda Visa?

The Uganda visa cost consists of two elements. The first one is the cost for the visa itself, and the money reaches the issuing authority. The second component is the service fee you need to pay iVisa for its services. While the cost of the visa remains the same in all cases, it is the service fee that differs from one processing time to the other.

The first one is the processing time you select when you fill in the application form you find on iVisa’s website. You can make a selection from three available options, and they all come with their own fees. Here is what you can choose from:

  • Standard processing time – this is your cheapest option, and if you go for it, you will have to pay only USD $85.49. Your visa application will be processed within 8 days.

  • Rush processing time – this option provides faster processing. Your visa will be ready within 6 days, and as for cost, you will be charged USD $97.49.

  • Super Rush processing time – this is the fastest available option, and as you can imagine, you need to pay a little bit more. The total amount is USD $119.49, but your visa will arrive in your e-mail inbox in just 5 days.

The second factor that determines the Uganda visa cost is the type of visa you choose. Again, you have three options: the Uganda Tourist Visa, the Uganda Transit Visa, and the East Africa visa. The fees for the first two are exactly the same.

The East Africa Visa, on the other hand, costs more. That is because it grants you access not to one country, but to three. You can use it to visit Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya.

Keep in mind that you can first use this visa in the country that issued it. For example, if you apply online for an East Africa visa at a Ugandan authority, you need to enter Uganda first, and then the other two. As for the price, you need to pay USD $160.99, USD $180.99, and USD $218.99 respectively, depending on which processing time you choose.

How can I apply for a Uganda Visa?

You can have your Uganda visa by booking an official appointment with the Uganda Embassy. However, this option can be very tedious to consider, especially if you don't want to waste time going to the embassy more than once.

There's an easier way to obtain a Uganda visa. You can apply through iVisa too, which takes just a few minutes to process. Doing this also requires less hustle with the whole bureaucratic environment that has the traditional application process.

To complete the Uganda e-Visa application form you just have to complete these three steps:

  1. Fill in the online application form providing the following info: the airport of arrival, date of arrival, full name, passport number, date of birth, and last but not least, your nationality.

  2. Now proceed to pay the service and government fee online with your preferred method. Next, you will receive a validation email for your visa order. After that, we'll send you the visa once it is done by e-mail, but this depends on the Uganda Government. Keep in mind that this can vary according to the type of visa you choose.

  3. The last step is to download the Uganda e-Visa and print it out. Your visa is linked to your passport, but it's always recommended to print it just in case of an emergency.

Click here and start your process.

In case you need extra assistance to fill in your application form, iVisa counts with a support service that you can call 24/7, including holidays.

How many times can I enter Uganda with an e-Visa?

If you choose to apply for a Uganda e-Visa then you'll count with a Single Entry.

Is it totally safe to count with iVisa's services?

iVisa guarantees that the prices you see when you access their online application process do not contain additional or hidden fees. If you opt for the Uganda Tourist visa and choose the standard processing, you will be charged only USD $85.49, and not a cent more. It will coincide with your credit card statement. Of course, banking regulations may apply.

As you can see then, we have a reliable process and a professional team that can help you through this process anytime. You can check the experience other costumers have had before here

Where can I read more?

You can read more about this visa in this link, where you'll find more FAQs and other useful tips to get your e-Visa.

As you have seen, applying online is worth it. It is affordable, and given the fact that you can apply from home with basically no effort and no trip to an embassy is one of the things that makes iVisa a highly rated visa expediting service. Its 9.5 out of 10 stars rating on TrustPilot confirms that.

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