Uzbekistan visa fee

Uzbekistan visa fee
iVisa | Updated on Oct 29, 2019

Uzbekistan is one of the many countries that adopted the electronic visa system. As a result, there are about 60 countries whose citizens can apply online for an Uzbekistan visa. This means that a trip to the embassy for those nationals falls off the equation.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do I need a visa to visit Uzbekistan?

It depends. There are some nationalities that are visa-exempt, but it will depend on your country of origin. You can use our Visa Checker to check your eligibility for the Uzbekistan eVisa. Just select your nationality and Uzbekistan as your destination and information will unfold.

What is an Uzbekistan eVisa?

An eVisa is an official document permitting entry into and travel within Uzbekistan. It is an alternative to visas issued at Uzbekistan missions and at ports of entry. Upon arrival at the port of entry, you are expected to present your passport and a printed copy of the eVisa.

How long can visitors stay in Uzbekistan with an eVisa?

Visitors carrying an Uzbekistan eVisa can enter to the country for a maximum of 30 days Total and it grants you a Single Entry. All visits are strictly limited to business or tourism, so you can NOT seek paid work or employment.

What are the documents required to apply?

Depending on your nationality and the purpose of the visit there may be additional requirements, but the essential requirements we need you to provide us are:

  • Valid passport – the general requirement is that your passport needs to be valid for three months after your visa expires.

  • A passport scan – we only need the information page of your passport. Here you will find instructions on how to make the best passport scan for your application.

  • A passport-size photo – in digital format. You can take it yourself by following these instructions.

  • E-mail address – when applying with iVisa, your visa will be sent to you via e-mail, so make sure that you introduce a valid e-mail address you have access to.

  • Means of payment – iVisa accepts multiple methods of payment such as credit and debit cards or Paypal. Do not forget to double-check the spelling before submitting your application.

How long is the Uzbekistan eVisa valid?

The Uzbekistan eVisa is valid for 90 days after issued.

What are the processing times and prices?

For the processing time of your eVisa, iVisa has three options for it with three different prices:

  • Standard processing time – this is the option most people choose and it is because is the cheapest. As long as you make plans ahead of time, this option should do just fine for every situation. Your application is processed within 7 days, and it costs only USD 60.50 (total price).

  • Rush processing time – it happens for people to forget that they had to apply for an Uzbekistan eVisa. However unlikely that may seem, it really happens. That is why we came up with the Rush processing. Your visa will arrive in your e-mail inbox within 5 days, and it costs USD 85.50 (total price).

  • Super Rush processing time – let’s say that you have an emergency and you need to get to Uzbekistan as fast as possible. What do you do? You choose this option. Your visa will arrive via e-mail in only 72 hours. As you have probably guessed, you need to pay a little extra. This option costs USD 110.50 (total price).

Click here to start your application.

How does the Uzbekistan eVisa work?

The Uzbekistan eVisa is issued electronically by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Uzbekistan Government.

iVisa uses the Uzbekistan eVisa system to process an eVisa by entering the applicant's information into the Uzbekistan eVisa system and after they check it out, we are advised of the outcome of the eVisa application.

How long does it take to apply for an Uzbekistan eVisa?

All you need to do is apply online by filling our application form. It will take you less than 10 minutes. Then, we handle the rest and you will receive your eVisa via email.

How can I apply for an Uzbekistan eVisa?

The application for the Uzbekistan eVisa is really simple. It has only three steps:

  1. The first step will ask you to fill in your general information. You also need to choose the processing time from the options mentioned above.

  2. The second step will ask you to revise step one and make the payment.

  3. The last step consists of a questionnaire and a photo upload. It is at this point when you need to upload your passport scan. Other documents may be required as well, but it depends on personal circumstances.

Click here to start. After you are done, you submit your form and wait for your visa to arrive. In case you need assistance to fill your application, iVisa has a fantastic support service that you can call 24/7.

What happens after I have applied?

Once the application is done, you will receive the Uzbekistan eVisa by email. No need to deal with the embassy. We do it for you so you don't lose valuable time. Next, present a printed version of your eVisa along with your passport once you enter Uzbekistan.

What can I do if I make a mistake in my application?

If this is your case, then please contact our customer service representatives as soon as possible via online chat to assist you.

Your Uzbekistan eVisa will be linked to your passport number, if we already submitted your application, then you can NOT make any changes and you will have to apply again but we will NOT charge you another service fee.

Is it safe to use iVisa to get my Uzbekistan eVisa?

Many people think that online information leaks and that their personal info is at risk of getting into the wrong hands. However, that is not the case with our services. We provide maximum safety for your personal data, confidentiality, and we invest a lot in the security of our database. Your personal information could not be safer. You can check what hundreds of happy customers say about us here.

I have more unresolved questions, where can I find more info?

For a faster resolution click here and start chatting with one of our customer service representatives. Alternatively, you can find more info and FAQs here.

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