Uzbekistan Visa for India Citizens
Updated: 6 January 2023
Where to get: E-visa portal, Embassy
Duration of stay: up-to 30 days
Transit visa: free, 5 days
Uzbekistan established diplomatic relations with India in 1992. Here you will find answers to all questions about a visa to Uzbekistan for India citizens: the right to visa-free entry, conditions for obtaining a visa, transit visas and more.
Entry to Uzbekistan without a visa is not available for India citizens. But India citizens who possess a residency visa for UAE will also be granted 30-day visa-free entry, provided the resident visa is valid for at least 90 days after entering Uzbekistan.
The electronic visa allows India citizens to enter Uzbekistan for up to 30 days within 90 days from the date of issue. The cost of a visa depends on the multiplicity of entry: single entry – 20 USD, double entry – 35 USD, multiple entry – 50 USD.
To obtain an e-visa to Uzbekistan, you need fill out an application on the E-visa portal, receive confirmation of the submitted application by e-mail, pay the fee and wait 3 working days to receive the results. A ready-made electronic visa to Uzbekistan will be sent to the applicant's email in PDF format. The visa must be printed out and saved for the entire duration of the trip to Uzbekistan.
Visa through the Embassy
Obtaining a tourist visa to Uzbekistan for India citizens through the embassy consists of two stages:
2. Obtaining a visa at the Embassy or Consulate of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
To apply for a visa at the embassy, you will need a package of documents, copies of your passport, photos, and filling out various forms. The cost of a visa to Uzbekistan through the embassy is 40 USD + actual charge 15 USD. Detailed information can be found on the website of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in India.
India citizens have the right to visa-free transit entry to Uzbekistan for up to 5 days (only for air borders). For transit, it is necessary to carry Uzbekistan Airways air tickets to Uzbekistan and from Uzbekistan to a third country.
Requirements to COVID-19
Since June 10, 2022, Uzbekistan has canceled all entry requirements related to COVID-19. To visit Uzbekistan, you do not need to present documents on vaccination or PCR testing.
When applying for travel insurance, please make sure that the plan covers the costs of COVID-19 treatment.
Contacts of the Embassies of Uzbekistan and India
Uzbekistan Embassy in India
Address: EP 40, Dr. Radhakrishnan Marg Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, 110021
Phone: (+9111) 2467-07-74, 2467-07-75, 2410-56-40
Embassy of India in Uzbekistan
Address: 15-16, Kora bulak str., Tashkent
Phone: (+998 71) 140-09-97