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5 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Every state has a visa policy, and in that policy, you can find all the rules that govern the movement between the citizens of other countries to that particular state. Uzbekistan is no different - its visa policy is similar to the rest of the world.

But just like other states, Uzbekistan also has a list of visa-exempt countries, which are free to enter Uzbekistan with no other document required but a passport. As for the rest of the countries, there's nothing left but to apply for a visa. But the good news for them is that now you can apply online for this visa.

If you want to learn more about the process to get the e-Visa, then keep reading this article.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Which countries are visa-exempt to enter Uzbekistan?

One thing that all visa policies include is a list of visa-exempt countries. Uzbekistan has one too. As a result, the citizens of certain countries are allowed to enter Uzbekistan without a visa. All they need is a passport. Of course, the period which they can spend in Uzbekistan differs depending on their nationality. That is why there are three categories of visa-free countries for Uzbekistan: 30-days stay, 60 days, and the 90-day stay. They are as follows:

  • 90 days – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine

  • 60 days – only Kyrgyzstan

  • 30 days – Israel, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Tajikistan, and Turkey.

What about the citizens of other countries?

Unfortunately, the list is limited for now, but there is good news as well. As of July 2018, Uzbekistan decided to adopt the electronic visa system. Again, the list of eligible nationalities is limited to about 60 countries, but it is still better than nothing. As a result, the people who qualify can apply online for an Uzbekistan visa instead of going to an embassy.

If you are not from one of the visa-free countries for Uzbekistan and you qualify for an electronic visa, you will have the easiest time applying. You can use the services rendered by iVisa. The entire process is online, and you only need a few things to help iVisa get started.

How can I check if I can apply for this e-Visa?

Simply by using our visa checker. Just write your nationality in the drop-down menu and you'll be able to check immediately if you can have an e-Visa to enter Uzbekistan. Don't forget to put Uzbekistan as the country you're traveling to.

What are the requirements?

In case you're one of the lucky countries that can apply for an electronic visa, then you won't need too many requirements with iVisa. Here is what you need:

  • Passport – every applicant needs to have a passport. Moreover, the passport needs to hold its validity for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Uzbekistan. Take a quick 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. The format should be JPEG.

  • Digital passport photo – a photo of you must be linked to your e-visa, which is why you need to have one taken. The picture must be as recent as possible.

  • 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. We recommend that you print several copies so that you have spare ones.

  • 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.

What should I do if I'm not able to apply online for this visa?

If you do not qualify for an Uzbekistan e-visa, your only option is the consular visa. You can also get a visa on arrival at the Tashkent International Airport, but even that entails a visit to Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. You need to get a visa confirmation. Other than that, if you are lucky enough to be eligible for an electronic visa, you will see just how accessible it is. Not to mention that you can get your document in as little as 10 days.

What is the price of the e-Visa to Uzbekistan?

Once you're ready to apply for an Uzbekistan e-Visa, you'll be able to choose between any of these three options that iVisa has for your visa:

  • Standard processing – With this option, your visa application is done in only 15 days as long as you pay USD $54.99. Consider that the price includes the fees and the visa cost.

  • Rush processing – If you choose this option you can get your visa even quicker, in 12 days, but for that, you have to pay USD $82.49.

  • Super Rush processing – This is the last and faster option. You can get your visa application in 10 days. As you might guess, it is the most expensive. It costs you USD USD $116.49 (services fee included).

How do I apply for an Uzbekistan e-Visa with iVisa?

With iVisa you can be sure that you'll be doing a safe and guaranteed process. you'll just have to complete the following steps:

  1. As a first step, fill in your basic information and choose the processing time.

  2. As a second step, review the first step and proceed to the payment.

Are you ready to start? Then click here.

Where do I find more useful info about Uzbekistan?

In case you still have some doubts and questions about Uzbekistan e-Visa, then you can enter here and read more about this country. You can also contact us in case you still have some specific doubts.

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