Uzbekistan visa

Travellers from around the globe willing to visit Uzbekistan have always dreamed about the visa application process to be more simplified. It is because some of them have had bad experiences at the embassy. Embassy visits means the challenge of joining long queues, going through stressful interviews, while the process itself is very time-consuming.

Luckily enough, the government of Uzbekistan has implemented a new visa policy to make application easy for those who want to visit the country. Now all visa formalities can be completed entirely online!

What is eVisa to Uzbekistan

eVisa to Uzbekistan is one of the travel policies created by the government of Uzbekistan in 2018. Eligible travellers can apply for the Uzbekistan visa online right from the comfort of their homes.

It is a great development since those who want to travel to Uzbekistan won’t get discouraged when thinking about the complicated procedures of getting a visa. Moreover, you only need a smart device and an internet connection to complete an application online.

How to apply for eVisa to Uzbekistan?

Click the ‘Online application form’ button and check it yourself that obtaining a visa authorization has never been this easy! You are only 3 steps away from getting your visa: enter your personal and travel details, pay eVisa fee, and check your email inbox. As simple as that!

Application form for evisa to Uzbekistan
Apply online

Enter your passport data and other necessary information

Make payment for evisa to Uzbekistan
Make an online payment

Choose one of the available online payment options and cover the fee

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Check your email address

As soon as your request has been positively processed, e-visa in a PDF file will reach your inbox

Visa Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan Visa Types

Before choosing a visa to Uzbekistan, you should first of all know the different visa types available for you. This will enable you to select a visa option that is suitable for you and fits your travelling plans best.

There are three major types of visa to Uzbekistan:

  • single-entry visa: you can enter the country and stay for up to 30 days at once; suitable if you intend to visit the country just once within the one month validity period.
  • double-entry visa:allows two entries to Uzbekistan; valid for 30 days; its holder can spend jointly one month throughout two visits.
  • multiple-entry visa:you can enter the country for as much as you plan within a 30 days time frame.

Though all three visa types are different in terms of number of times to enter the country, they all have the same 30 days time frame for staying in the country.

Important note: eVisa should be used within 90 days from the day it was issued!


When planning ahead for your trip to Uzbekistan, it is important to know the validity period of your eVisa. Iis very necessary to help you know how long you can stay in the country and when your eVisa is likely to expire.
Immediately your eVisa to Uzbekistan has been approved, the validity period starts to count. It has a 90 days validity period which is equal to three (3) months.

Make sure you enter the country within the 90 days validity period before it expires. If you plan to stay for the complete 30 days, then you should plan your visit early, around 60 days of the visa validity. Visiting from day 61 or more means that you won’t be able to stay for your planned 30 days in the country.

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eVisa to Uzbekistan Requirements

To start your application online and receive fast approval, you need to meet the requirements and also get the right documents ready.

Eligible travellers should ensure they meet all the requirements, which include:

  • A valid email address:Since your eVisa to Uzbekistan will be sent electronically, you should provide a valid email address, which will be used to update you about your application and you will also receive your eVisa in this mail.
  • A working device with an Internet connection: application form is run online.
  • A valid method of online payment: to cover the fee for processing your application

What do I need ?
Necessary documents:

  • Passport
    Provide your passport data required in the application form.
  • Credit Card
    Prepare your credit card to pay e-Visa fee.
  • Email Address
    Enter your active email address.

Application Form and Required Documents

Completing the application form when you apply online isn’t difficult. Just to let you know, filling this form online can be summarized into a 3 basic steps, which are:

  1. Provide your basic information.
  2. Pay the processing fee.
  3. Receive your eVisa in your inbox.

After clicking the apply now button, the next thing is to choose the eVisa type you want. With all required documents ready, completing an application form online should be pleasant and trouble-free.

  1. The first thing to do is to enter your basic details. This should be done really carefully! Standard data required include your name, surname, passport information, address, and valid email address, etc. It is strongly advised to crosscheck these details before moving on to the next step.
  2. When you are at the stage of making payment for the processing fee, ensure that you can do it using a valid credit/debit card or any other accepted means of payment.
  3. After successfully completing and submitting the application form online, while approved, you will receive your eVisa in your email as a PDF file.

Please remember: the main requirements to enter Uzbekistan is to carry a valid passport and a printed copy of your approved eVisa. Don’t forget them both!

  • Passport biodata page: An legible scanned copy of the biodata page on your passport is necessary.
  • Photograph: You need to provide a clear copy of your face photograph. This should be submitted as a digital copy, but may be simply taken with mobile or webcam. Please note that it cannot depict a covered face by, eg., sunglasses or headwear!
  • Return ticket: A clear digital copy of your return ticket is needed. The officials will need this for verification purposes.
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    Important information

    Useful information about eVisa to Uzbekistan

    • Applicants are highly advised to apply for an eVisa to Uzbekistan at least three (3) business days before the date of their departure.
    • If you are stopping at Uzbekistan on your way to another country, then you must obtain an eVisa for your transit. It is highly recommended to select the double-entry permit for transit. This is because the first one would be used when you land in Uzbekistan on your way to the country you plan visiting. Then, as you are coming back, it will also be useful when you land in Uzbekistan to continue your journey back home.
    • You should ensure that your passport remains at least six (6) months valid starting from the date you intend to arrive in Uzbekistan.
    Uzbekistan Visa

    List of eligible countries

    • Aland Islands
    • Albania
    • American Samoa
    • Andorra
    • Argentina
    • Aruba
    • Australia
    • Austria
    • Belarus
    • Belgium
    • Bhutan
    • Bolivia
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina
    • Bouvet Island
    • Brazil
    • Brunei
    • Bulgaria
    • Burundi
    • Cambodia
    • Canada
    • Cape Verde Islands
    • Chile
    • Christmas Island
    • Coconut Islands
    • Colombia
    • Comoros
    • Congo, Democratic Republic
    • Congo, Republic (Brazzaville)
    • Cook Islands
    • Costa Rica
    • Croatia
    • Cuba
    • Czech Republic
    • Denmark
    • Germany
    • Dominican Republic
    • Djibouti
    • Ecuador
    • El Salvador
    • Eritrea
    • Estonia
    • Faroe Islands
    • Finland
    • France
    • French Guiana
    • French Polynesia
    • French Southern Territories
    • Georgia
    • Ghana
    • Greece
    • Greenland
    • Great Britain (UK)
    • Guam
    • Guatemala
    • Guiana
    • Heard and McDonald Islands
    • Honduras
    • Hungary
    • Israel
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Kazakhstan
    • Laos
    • Latvia
    • Liechtenstein
    • Lithuania
    • Luxembourg
    • Madagascar
    • Martinique
    • Mayotte
    • Macedonia
    • Mexico
    • Micronesia
    • Moldova
    • Monaco
    • Mongolia
    • Myanmar
    • New Caledonia
    • New Zealand
    • Netherlands
    • Netherlands Antilles
    • Northern Mariana Islands
    • Norway
    • Palau
    • Panama
    • Paraguay
    • Peru
    • Poland
    • Portugal
    • Puerto Rico
    • Russia
    • Rwanda
    • San Marino
    • Smaller remote islands of the United States
    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • Slovakia
    • Slovenia
    • Spain
    • Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands
    • St Thomas and Principe
    • South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
    • South Korea
    • Suriname
    • Territorial community of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
    • Thailand
    • The area of the Wallis and Futuna Islands
    • Turkey
    • Ukraine
    • United Arab Emirates
    • United States of America
    • Uruguay
    • Vatican
    • Venezuela
    • Vietnam
    • Virgin Islands
    • Western Sahara