Q: WHERE TO APPLY FOR UZBEKISTAN VISA?

A: You can apply for a visa where Uzbekistan Embassy or Consulate exist. Please note that required documents and visa fees may differ based on your citizenship and where you apply.

 

Q: WHAT IS A LETTER OF INVITATION (LOI)?

A: A Letter of Invitation (LOI or Visa Support Letter) is a written document in support of a person seeking a visa to enter a foreign country. LOI for tourists visas are issued by travel agencies and approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Tour agency submits a visa application to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ministry reviews the application, reserving the right to deny any application without providing explanations. Approved visa support is telexed directly to the Embassy or Consulate in the country where you intend to obtain your visa. However, this cannot guarantee visa issuance at the Embassy.

 

Q: WHAT IS A CONSULAR FEE?

A: Consular fee – money charged by consulate or embassy to issue a visa.

 

Q: WHAT IS GROUP VISA?

A: Group visa is a visa issued for a group. A group is defined as ten or more, non-family member applicants traveling to the same location for the same purpose.

 

Q: I HAVE AN INVITATION - WHY CAN’T  GET A VISA? 

A: An invitation is not a guarantee or a basis to issue a visa.  More often than not, a consular officer will not require an invitation.

 

Q: WHAT IS THE PENALTY FOR THE TOURISTS WHO HAVE LIVED IN THE TERRITORY OF UZBEKISTAN WITHOUT REGISTRATION?

A: Violation of a registration mode leads to the penalty in 600-1200 US$ or deportation from the territory of the country, and repeated violation is the penalty of 2500-5000 US$ or imprisonment from 1 to 3 years. 

 

Q: CAN I RECEIVE A TOURIST VISA TO UZBEKISTAN AT THE AIRPORT UPON ARRIVAL? 

A: Getting a tourist visa at the airport is possible if there is no embassy of Uzbekistan in your country and only in case of the availability of visa support (have to be provided by touristic company which is organizing your trip). 

Attention! Consular fee in this case have to be paid directly at the airport before passing through passport control. The value of the visa fee depends on the duration of the period of stay in Uzbekistan and the urgency of a visa support (for an urgent visa fee will increase). 

For formalities and issuance of visas according to Uzbekistan legislation are due to pay the following consular fees: 

Single-entry visas:

- Up to 7 days - 40 US$;

- Up to 15 days - 50 US$;

- Up to 30 days - 60 US$. 

 

Note: For each additional extension of the period of stay the entry tariff increases by 10 US$. 

 

Very important! At passport control, with your consent (or, at your request - for example if you changed plans and decided to reduce the duration of the trip) you can request a visa for a shorter period than stated in the letter of invitation and, accordingly, the visa fee will be less. Just please be careful when receiving passport, make sure that your date of departure from Uzbekistan is within a period of stay covered by your visa. Otherwise, if later at passport control before departure it turns out that the visa indicated a shorter period of stay, you will have to pay more for procedures and services in order to extend the visa. The extension fee may vary from 40 to 70 USD (depending on the urgency and the number of days)! 

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