Uzbekistan Visa Support
BREAKING NEWS 14 January 2019* source of information: Foreign Travel Advice Website (https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice)
From 1 February 2019, if you have a British citizen passport you can enter Uzbekistan as a visitor for stays of up to 30 days without a visa.
Clarification of which categories of visitors may travel under the new visa waiver scheme is still pending. If you’re travelling on a different type of British passport, are travelling for a purpose other than tourism or business, or intending to stay longer than 30 days, you should check entry requirements with the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in London.
If you’re travelling before 1 February 2019, you will need a visa to enter Uzbekistan, which you should get before you travel. You should continue to follow the advice below.
If the purpose of your visit is tourism, no invitation letter is required to apply for a visa. However, if you intend to visit for any other reasons (eg to visit friends/family or as a business visitor), you’ll need to submit a letter of invitation with your application. Business visitors must get a letter from an Uzbek business partner.
A new e-visa system for tourists has been running on trial since 15 July 2018. You can apply on the e-visa website. However, as this system is being trialled, the old visa system above will remain in place for use until further notice. For further information, contact the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in London or check the e-visa FAQ pages. You must present your electronic visa in printed or electronic form upon request to the local authorities during entry, exit and stay in Uzbekistan. Single entry E-visas will be valid for 90 days from the date of issue. Tourists are allowed to say up to a maximum of 30 days in Uzbekistan, but not beyond the validity of the E-visa.
The government have announced visa-free entry to Uzbekistan for British nationals up to the age of 16, who are travelling on a biometric travel document and who are accompanied by their legal representative. Their legal representative must hold a valid Uzbek visa. The British national up to the age of 16 can stay in Uzbekistan for the duration of their legal representative’s visa, but no longer than 90 days from the date of their entry into Uzbekistan.
Transit passengers arriving on international flights to Uzbekistan are allowed 5 days of visa free travel provided that they are travelling on Uzbekistan Airways to a third country within 5 days of arrival. Transit passengers will need to confirm their travel itinerary to their final destination.
We offer full visa support for Uzbekistan visas. Our Visa Consultants will prepare your documents, submit your application, collect your passport on your behalf and send it back to you with visa ready.
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IntoRussia is a non-governmental organisation and the services we offer include providing assistance in obtaining a visa to Russia and its neighbouring countries in a timely and efficient manner by checking documentation, ensuring paperwork is completed correctly and by delivering and collecting documents on the client's behalf. Please note that we have no direct influence on the outcome of the application nor the visa processing time. These are determined only by the Consulate Section of the Embassy and they reserve the right to delay your application or require additional documents at any time.