No, unfortunately, the government website does not support any other payment methods. Please note that you can also use the credit card of a third person if you have the permission to use it. This won’t have any effect on your application.
This could be connected to a missing required field that is not highlighted. A number of users reported that official website still has to fix this problem. Very often, this is connected to the fields asking for your gender. Make sure to either check the box for “female” or “male”. Try to click “next” after you have double checked that all fields are filled and all questions are answered.
If you have not reached the point where you are able to save your application and connect it to an email address, you won’t be able to get back to your partially filled out form. If you have filled out your application using our website, contact support and provide some of your perosnal data that will help finding your application. Support should be able to give you a special link through which you can enter your almost finished application.
Yes, you can apply on several websites including our website (https://www.uzbekistan-visa.net). Please note that it is very likely that not only the governments website will be down but also the electronic service for receiving new applications. That being said, it is possible that your service provider won’t be able to submit your application before the website gets back up again (which means it is possible that you won’t save any time).
In general, no. There might be some countries that allow for easier issuance of a replacement however, in most cases you will have to apply for a brand new visa. Make sure to apply for a new passport first, since you will need its data during application.
No, once a visa is approvied, it will stay valid until it expires or until the passport to which it is connected to expires (whichever happens first). There is no way to cancel an approved visa.
No, the idea behind a visa is to give an individual a permission to enter the country. Before the issuance of the visa, this particular person’s data, background and reasons of travelling are checked. That being said, it wouldn’t make sense if a visa was transferrable to an other person.
Yes, if you have the permission to do so and if you can provide all required data. Make sure to choose an email address that you have full access to during the application process.
No, currently there are no group applications available for Uzbekistan eVisa. Each individual needs to apply for his or her own visa however, it is possible to apply on the behalf of someone else, if you have the permission and all required data.
The following countries are eligible to apply for an eVisa to Uzbekistan:
Australia, Ireland, Poland, Albania, India, Portugal, Andorra, Ireland, Romania, Austria, Italy, San Marino, Belgium, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bulgaria, Latvia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China (incl. Hong Kong), Slovakia, Canada, Lithuania, Slovenia, Croatia, Liechtenstein, Spain, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Sweden, Denmark, Macedonia, Switzerland, Estonia, Malta, Thailand, Finland, Monaco, The Vatican, France, Montenegro, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, Greece, New Zealand, U.S.A, Hungary, Norway, Iceland, Oman
Your eVisa will be valid for 90 days starting the day of its issuance. Since it is for single entry only, it will also expire as soon as you leave the country.
While travelling under an eVisa for Uzbekistan, you are allowed to stay up to a maxmium of 30 days at a time. It is not possible to leave and re-enter the country under one and the same eVisa.
This depends on how fast you are able to answer all given questions. If you’re holding ready your passport as well as both fiels required for upload, you should be done within 10 minutes or less. Keep in mind that while you may be finished with submitting your application quickly, the reply and decission about your application could take several days.
Yes, you will need to upload a photo of your passport as well as a biometric photo of your face. Make sure to have both available on your computer before starting your application. Please also note the following requirements according to the goverments website : “The photo must have a size of 35×45 mm with a resolution of 300 dpi. Image dimensions should not exceed 1 Mb. The photo must meet the standards ICAO“
You just start a new application by clicking one of the big “Get your visa” or “Start new application” buttons on our website. You can also click here to start a new application. You can also visit the government authorities website to start a new application through their system. Both application processes will lead to the same travel permit (official Uzbekistan eVisa) however, prices and services included differ.
If you are using the goverment’s system, no. Refused applications are not refunded however, if you are using our website to submit your application, you will get a full refund if your application is rejected.
If you are submitting your application through the official government website, the fee will be 20$ USD (price for a single entry visa). If you are using us as a service provider, the fee will be increased due to the added visa support service. One application will then cost 75$ USD (price for a single entry visa)