Uzbekistan Starts E-Visa Program from July 15


Category: Visa

E-Visa Program from July 15Starting from July 15, Uzbekistan will start an e-visa program that means that foreign citizens no longer have to visit diplomatic representations of Uzbekistan abroad, as reported by Gazeta.uz.

Foreign citizens can apply for an e-visa through the e-visa.gov.uz portal no less than 3 working days before their trip, since it takes two days to process and issue the e-visa. E-visas are valid for 90 days, and are single entry and allow for a visit of no more than 30 days. The cost of the e-visa is $20 USD.

Also starting on July 15th, transit travelers that are citizens of 101 countries (list below) can travel through Uzbekistan's international airports and stay in the country up to 5 days, as long as they have a ticket to a third country. Travelers up to 16 years old can also travel without a visa to Uzbekistan, provided that they have proper documentation and are accompanied by a legal representative. If a person turns 16 while in Uzbekistan, an exit visa can be made by the migration and citizenship offices in the Department of Internal Affairs.

The list of 101 countries:
1. Albania
2. Algeria
3. Antigua and Barbuda
4. Argentina
5. Australia
6. Austria
7. Bahamas
8. Bahrain
9. Barbados
10. Belgium
11. Belgium
12. Belize
13. Bhutan
14. Bosnia and Herzegovina
15. Brazil
16. Brunei
17. Bulgaria
18. Canada
19. Chile
20. China and Hong Kong
21. Colombia
22. Costa Rica
23. Croatia
24. Cyprus
25. Czech Republic
26. Denmark
27. Dominica
28. Dominican Republic
29. Ecuador
30. Estonia
31. Fiji
32. Finland
33. France
34. Gabon
35. Germany
36. Greece
37. Grenada
38. Guatemala
39. Guinea
40. Guyana
41. Honduras
42. Hungary
43. Iceland
44. India
45. Ireland
46. Italy
47. Jamaica

48. Kuwait
49. Latvia
50. Lebanon
51. Liechtenstein
52. Lithuania
53. Luxembourg
54. Macedonia
55. Maldives
56. Malta
57. Mauritius
58. Mexico
59. Monaco
60. Mongolia
61. Montenegro
62. Morocco
63. Nauru
64. Netherlands
65. New Zealand
66. Norway
67. Oman
68. Palau
69. Panama
70. Peru
71. Philippines
72. Poland
73. Portugal
74. Qatar
75. Romania
76. Saint Kitts and Nevis
77. Saint Lucia
78. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
79. San Marino
80. Saudi Arabia
81. Serbia
82. Seychelles
83. Slovakia
84. Slovenia
85. South Africa
86. Spain
87. Sri Lanka
88. Suriname
89. Sweden
90. Switzerland
91. Thailand
92. Trinidad and Tobago
93. Tunisia
94. Turkmenistan
95. United Arab Emirates
96. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
97. United States of America
98. Uruguay
99. Vatican
100. Venezuela
101. Vietnam