How to get an Uzbekistan visa online

How to get an Uzbekistan visa online

iVisa | Updated on Nov 24, 2020

People who are interested in visiting Uzbekistan should know that the state has adopted the electronic visa system on July 15, 2018. As a result, the citizens of about 60 countries are eligible for an electronic visa and can apply online for one, avoiding the hassle they encounter at the Uzbek embassy. In order to check whether you qualify for an Uzbekistan e-visa or not, you can use iVisa’s Visa Checker. The information you need will be displayed in just a second. Just enter your nationality and select Uzbekistan as your destination.

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What are the requirements?

Even if you can apply online for your Uzbekistan visa, you still need to meet some requirements. However, the beauty of getting an Uzbekistan visa online is that all the items on the list are very easy to achieve. iVisa will do most of the work, but it asks you to provide the following:

  • Passport – every applicant needs to have a passport. Furthermore, the passport needs to maintain its validity for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Uzbekistan. Take a look at your passport’s expiry date before you apply.

  • Digital scan of your passport – iVisa will ask you to upload a scan of your passport during the application process. Make sure that the scan is in JPEG format.

  • Digital passport photo – a photo of you must be linked to your electronic visa, which is why you need this one as well. The more recent the picture is, the better.

  • E-mail address – iVisa will send you your visa via e-mail, so make sure you have a valid e-mail address. Do not forget to print out the document you receive. In multiple copies, preferably.

  • Means of payment – when you fill in the application form, you will be required to make the payment for both the visa itself and the service fee for iVisa. You can use a credit/debit card, PayPal, Alipay, or WeChat.

Uzbekistan visa online – the application form

After you put together the items above, you need to fill in an application form. You should do it in about 20 minutes, but if you find it challenging (not likely), iVisa provides support 24/7.

The application form consists of three simple steps. Step number one will ask you to fill in your personal information and some details regarding your trip. You must also select a processing time depending on your needs. The choice you make establishes the cost of the Uzbekistan visa. Here are your options:

  • Standard processing – choosing this option means that your document arrives via e-mail within 5 business days. This is the cheapest available option. It costs only $40.

  • Rush processing – if you cannot wait 5 days for your Uzbekistan e-visa, you can select this option instead. The waiting period is shortened to 72 hours, and you will be charged $60.

  • Super Rush processing – if you need to leave as soon as possible, this is the fastest option you have. Your application form is processed within 48 hours. Of course, you will spend more money on this option than on the other two. The Super Rush Processing costs $80.

Step number two is even simpler. You need to make the payment using one of the methods specified above and revise step one. The revision is more important than you think. The errors are impossible to correct after your application reaches processing, and as a result, your visa will be invalid. Double-check the spelling and the accuracy of the information you put in before you submit your application.

Lastly, you will be asked to upload some documents, but since the circumstances may differ from person to person, this step is not the same for everyone. Even so, iVisa will let you know exactly what document you need to upload. After you are done, you can submit your application and wait.

As you can see, getting an Uzbekistan visa online is easier than you would think. iVisa provides an excellent service so that your effort is almost non-existent. The document you receive is valid for 90 days, and you can stay in Uzbekistan for a maximum of 30 days. You are granted a single entry.

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