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Visa to Uzbekistan

According to the laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan, foreign citizens and stateless persons, with the exception of citizens of a certain number of countries, can enter Uzbekistan only if they have entry visas. Visa-free entry into Uzbekistan was introduced for citizens of the CIS countries, with the exception of Tajikistan (visa-free entry for its citizens is issued for 30 days) and Turkmenistan (only visa-free transit entry, temporary stay and exit from Uzbekistan is valid for its citizens). Visa-free entry is valid for a period of 30 days for citizens of the following foreign countries:

  • Andorra,
  • Argentina,
  • Australia,
  • Austria,
  • Belgium,
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina,
  • Brazil,
  • Brunei,
  • Bulgaria,
  • Canada,
  • Chile,
  • Croatia,
  • Cyprus,
  • Czech Republic,
  • Denmark
  • Estonia,
  • Finland,
  • France,
  • Germany,
  • Greece,
  • Hungary,
  • Iceland,
  • Indonesia,
  • Ireland,
  • Israel,
  • Italy,
  • Japan
  • Latvia,
  • Liechtenstein,
  • Lithuania,
  • Luxembourg,
  • Malaysia,
  • Malta,
  • Monaco,
  • Mongolia,
  • Montenegro,
  • Netherlands,
  • New Zealand,
  • Norway,
  • Poland,
  • Portugal,
  • Republic of Korea,
  • Romania,
  • San Marino,
  • Serbia,
  • Singapore,
  • Slovak,
  • Slovenia,
  • Spain,
  • Sweden,
  • Swiss,
  • Turkey,
  • United Arab Emirates,
  • United Kingdom,
  • Vatican

Starting from 1 January 2020, Uzbekistan will introduce a visa-free regime for a period of 30 days for citizens of another 20 countries.

This decision is adopted in accordance with the decree of President “On measures for the further development of the tourism sector in the Republic of Uzbekistan”.

The list includes:

  • Antigua and Barbuda,
  • Barbados,
  • Belize,
  • Grenada,
  • Dominican Republic,
  • Mexico,
  • Guatemala,
  • Honduras,
  • Costa Rica,
  • Cuba,
  • Nicaragua,
  • Panama,
  • Trinidad and Tobago,
  • El Salvador,
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,
  • Saint Lucia,
  • Bahamas,
  • Dominica,
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis,
  • Jamaica

Visa-free travel is not granted to stateless persons permanently residing in the above countries.

Persons under the age of 16 are granted a visa-free regime only when accompanied by legal representatives and while holding a biometric passport for the duration of the visa of the accompanying person, but for not more than 90 days from the date of entry into the country.

Citizens of the following countries are granted visa-free transit entry, temporary stay in Uzbekistan and departure from it:

  • Albania,
  • Algeria,
  • Bahrain,
  • Bhutan,
  • China (including Hong Kong),
  • Colombia,
  • Ecuador,
  • Equatorial Guinea,
  • Fiji,
  • Gabon,
  • Guyana,
  • India,
  • Kuwait,
  • Lebanon,
  • Maldives,
  • Mauritius,
  • Mexico,
  • Morocco,
  • Nauru,
  • North Macedonia,
  • Oman,
  • Palau,
  • Peru,
  • Philippines,
  • Qatar,
  • Saudi Arabia,
  • Seychelles,
  • South Africa
  • Sri Lanka,
  • Suriname,
  • Thailand,
  • Tunisia,
  • United States of America,
  • Uruguay,
  • Venezuela,
  • Vietnam,

For the processing and issuance of visas, the laws of the Republic of Uzbekistan provide for the following consular fees:

  1. a) For single entry visas:
  • Up to 7 days – 40 USD;
  • Up to 15 days – 50 USD;
  • Up to 30 days – 60 USD;
  • Up to 3 months – 80 USD;
  • Up to 6 months – 120 USD;
  • Up to 1 year – 160 USD.

Note: the rate increases by 10 USD for each additional visa multiplicity.

  1. b) For multiple entry visas:
  • Up to 6 months – 150 USD;
  • Up to 1 year – 250 USD.
  1. c) For transit visas:
  • Up to 72 hours – 40 USD;
  • For double-entry transit visa – 50 USD.
  1. d) For group visas (at least 5 people shall be in the group, excluding children under 16):
  • Up to 15 days – 15 USD per person;
  • Up to 30 days – 25 USD per person

After that, a request for a visa to the consular or other diplomatic mission of Uzbekistan in your country is sent, where you will be able to complete the processing.