Byevisa » Uzbekistan Tourist Visa

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Travel Document Type

eVisa (Single Entry)

Government Fee

USD 21.50

Byevisa Processing Fee

USD 39.00

Processing Time

3 business days

Travel Document Type

eVisa (Double Entry)

Government Fee

USD 37.75

Byevisa Processing Fee

USD 39.00

Processing Time

3 business days

Travel Document Type

eVisa (Multiple Entry)

Government Fee

USD 53.75

Byevisa Processing Fee

USD 39.00

Processing Time

3 business days

All About the Uzbekistan Visa

While you map out your trip to Uzbekistan, the country that boasts the magnificent Ugam-Chatkal national park, you probably want to know whether you need a visa to enter. Here we explain which travel document you need and how to apply for it, getting you one step closer to trying the country’s traditional dish of palov.

Depending on whether you plan to travel to surrounding countries like Turkmenistan or Kazakhstan, you can get:

  • A Single Entry visa if you’re just entering one time.
  • Double Entry if you want to travel in and out of the country twice.
  • Multiple Entry if you’re considering Uzbekistan as a home base for exploring Central Asia and need to enter more than twice.

Bear in mind that an eVisa only allows you to stay in the country for 30 days, so you’ll have to renew it in the country if you want to stay longer.

Your visa situation varies depending on the country you’re from. Uzbekistan allows citizens from certain countries to enter visa-free for either 30, 60 or 90 days. Other visitors should apply online for authorisation, while others must go to their local consulate to apply.

Whatever your case may be, you can consult what visa you’re eligible for with our checker tool below. If you’re eligible for the eVisa, with Byevisa you can apply quickly and easily, and you receive it in your email inbox.

What’s the Difference Between an Uzbekistan eVisa and a Visa on Arrival?

An eVisa is an electronic authorisation document allowing you to enter into the country legally and is issued online. It’s simple to apply for yours with Byevisa, saving you time to plan your trip. eVisas are processed electronically and sent to your email address. Even though the document is digital, it should be printed before you go to show upon arrival.

In contrast, a Visa on Arrival (VoA) requires you to get a special confirmation stamped into your passport by visiting your nearest Uzbekistan consulate and then collect your VoA at Tashkent International Airport. Unlike some countries where a VoA is simple to obtain, for Uzbekistan the process is more complicated.

Citizens from 77 countries are eligible for an eVisa. To check which type of visa you’re eligible for, please read more in our ‘Uzbekistan Visa Application Process’ section below.

Uzbekistan Visa Application Process

Travellers from the following 77 countries are eligible to apply for an electronic travel authorisation for Uzbekistan. Also, you can check your eligibility via our tool here.

Albania
Algeria
Angola
Antigua and Barbuda
Bahamas
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belize
Bhutan
Bolivia
Butane
Cambodia
Cameroon
Cape Verde
China (including Hong Kong)
Colombia
Commonwealth of Dominica
Costa Rica
Cote d’Ivoire
Cuba
Dominicana
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Fiji

Gabon
Ghana
Grenada
Guatemala
Guyana
Honduras
India
Iran
Jamaica
Jordan
Kiribati
Korea, Republic of
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
Macedonia
Maldives
Marshall Islands
Mauritius
Mexico
Micronesia
Morocco
Nauru
Nepal
Nicaragua
Oman

Palau
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Qatar
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Samoa
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Seychelles
Solomon islands
South Africa
Sri Lanka
Suriname
Thailand
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Uruguay
USA
Vanuatu
Venezuela
Vietnam

The regular tourist eVisa allows a maximum stay of 30 days and it’s either Single Entry, Double Entry or Multiple Entry.

Uzbekistan allows visitors from the following nations to enter visa-free for up to 30 days:

  • All European Union countries, Andorra, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Israel, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, UAE, United Kingdom, and the Vatican.

These nationalities can enter with no restrictions for more than 30 days:

  • Kyrgyzstan (up to 60 days), Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine (up to 90 days).

If you aren’t from one of the countries in these 3 lists, you need to apply through your nearest Uzbekistan consulate.

Lastly, international health regulations state that if you’ve travelled through or are arriving from a high-risk country, you may need to show a certificate of yellow fever vaccination. The list of countries requiring a certificate can be found at the World Health Organisation’s website.

Uzbekistan Visa Requirements and Eligibility

The following information is useful as you prepare your documents to apply for an eVisa to this nation of historic and natural wonders with Byevisa. You need to include the following supporting documents as part of your application:

  • A scan of your entire passport in JPEG format that must be valid for at least 6 months after your arrival to Uzbekistan. It should have at least 1 blank page.
  • A digital passport photo with a white background showing your head and shoulders only.
  • Byevisa’s fees must be paid by credit/debit card or PayPal.

Regarding the timeline of your application, Byevisa processes your document in 3 to 7 business days, although Uzbekistan requires your application to be submitted at least 3 days before your trip.

Your travel pass is valid for 90 days, so you have to enter the country during that time period. If your travel dates change, you’ll need to apply for a new authorisation. You may stay in the country for any 30 days within this 90-day window.

Because your pass is electronic, you receive it by email from Byevisa, so be sure to use a valid email address in your application.

Application Form and Documents Required for an Uzbekistan eVisa

Byevisa’s application form is straightforward, designed to get you on your way faster. We ask you to provide some personal information along with your trip details. You also need to provide extra documents, including a scan of your passport, along with your credit or debit card number to pay the fee. We also offer the option to pay by PayPal.

The government’s fee is 21.50 USD – 53.75 USD depending on whether you choose Single, Double or Multiple Entry. Our fees at Byevisa vary depending on how rapidly you want your document processed. Our service types are Standard, Rapid, and Highly Rapid.

  • Standard service costs 39.00 USD. You receive your authorisation in 7 business days.
  • Rapid service costs 64.00 USD. You receive it in 5 business days.
  • Highly Rapid service costs 89.00 USD. You receive it in 3 business days.

How to apply for an eVisa for Uzbekistan using Byevisa:

1. Choose your country of origin and where you’re travelling to (Uzbekistan).

Once you’ve chosen your country you see whether you’re eligible for an eVisa. If you’re from a visa-exempt country, you see that you don’t require one. Conversely, you also see if you’re required to obtain your document from a consulate.

The price of the travel authorisation appears once you’ve selected your country and whether you choose Single, Double or Multiple Entry.

2. Click ‘Apply Now’ to go to the next page, where you enter your personal information like:

  • A valid email address to send your travel document upon approval.
  • The entry and exit dates of your trip.
  • Your name.
  • Your gender.
  • The country you’re a citizen of, as it appears in your passport.
  • Your date of birth.
  • The country where you were born.
  • The country where you currently live.
  • Your passport number, along with its issue date and expiry date.
  • Whether you are applying for Single Entry, Double Entry or Multiple Entry.

You have to attach the following documentation:

  • A digital passport-quality photograph.
  • A scan of your entire passport in JPEG format.

3. Finally, you pay the fee by entering your credit or debit card information. To finish your application, click ‘Submit Payment.’ We also offer the option to pay by PayPal.

4. Once your application has been approved, you receive your authorisation by email. Be sure to print a copy to present when you arrive.

Depending on the processing speed you select, your processing time varies; you can expect to receive your eVisa in 3, 5 or 7 business days.

Uzbekistan eVisa Status Check

Want to know if you’re good to go? You can check the status of your application as follows:

Click the ‘Status’ button in our main menu, then enter your contact details and query. Among other things, you can find out:

  • If your application has been approved.
  • Whether it’s pending approval.
  • Your authorisation’s start date and expiration date.
  • If your pass has been denied and why.

We know you’re eager to get on your way! However, please remember that your eVisa processing time will be either 3, 5 or 7 business days. In the unlikely case that you haven’t received your travel document within the originally stated timeframe, feel free to reach out to our support team.

How Much does an Uzbekistan Visa Cost?

The Uzbekistan government charges 21.50 USD for Single Entry, 37.75 USD for Double Entry and 53.75 USD for Multiple Entry.

Byevisa charges a processing fee to handle your application, so you’ve got more time to relax and plan your journey. Our price depends on how soon you need your authorisation. We offer Standard, Rapid and Highly Rapid processing services:

  • 7 business days delivery (Standard) for 39.00 USD.
  • 5 business days delivery (Rapid) for 64.00 USD.
  • 3 business day delivery (Highly Rapid) for 89.00 USD.

More Uzbekistan Visa Questions and Information

Do you want to know more? We’ve thought of some answers that can help you plan your travel. If you have any additional queries that we’ve not answered below, get in touch and we’ll be delighted to help!

We process eVisas for Uzbekistan in 7 business days with our Standard service. If you choose our Rapid service, the processing time is 5 business days and with Highly Rapid service, the processing time is 3 business days.
The photo should be a passport photo in digital format with a white background and only your head and shoulders visible.
Yes, you should print it to show at the place of your arrival. It’s easy to reprint if it gets lost - simply check your email confirmation and print it from there.
If your application is denied, you may need to resubmit some information. Maybe your passport details didn’t match your application. Whatever the case, get in touch with a customer support agent to find out why it was denied so you can fix your application.
If you hold passports from 2 different countries, please be sure to apply with the same one you’ll use to enter and exit the country so there won’t be any confusion or delays.
Yes, you can easily apply for either Double Entry or Multiple Entry travel documents depending on your travel plans.
Your approved electronic authorisation will be valid for up to 90 days, during which time you need to enter the country. If you don't enter during this window you will have to apply again for a new pass. Remember that Uzbekistan allows visitors to stay up to 30 days, so if you need more time you need to renew it once you get there.
You can apply up to 3 days before your trip, according to the Uzbekistan immigration department. If you’re really cutting it close, you should choose our Highly Rapid service to receive it in as little as 3 business days.
This is an example of an Uzbekistan eVisa. UAE eVisa Example
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