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Complete our easy online application and pay with a credit/ debit card.

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Receive document via email

No need to deal with the embassy. We’ll do it for you, so you don’t lose valuable time.

Fly to destination

Fly to destination

Present your passport and the visa document we provide upon entry to your destination.

Fill out online application

Fill out online application

Complete our easy online application and pay with a credit/ debit card.

Receive document via email

Receive document via email

No need to deal with the embassy. We’ll do it for you, so you don’t lose valuable time.

Fly to destination

Fly to destination

Present your passport and the visa document we provide upon entry to your destination.

Uzbekistan

Blessed with beautiful, ornate and stunning religious and ancient buildings and monuments, reflecting its rich and eventful history and culture, Uzbekistan is an emerging nation in Central Asia which is becoming ever-popular as both a tourist and commercial destination. Its visa system certainly reflects this growing openness, being both sensible and welcoming for travellers from across the globe.

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Allowing overseas nationals from more than 100 countries to enter Uzbekistan, this eVisa is for all eligible visitors wanting to travel to Uzbekistan for business or tourism purposes. It means they’re able to visit for a total 30 days our of a specific 90-day window, via one single-entry.
If you select us, at FastTrackVisa.com, to process your eVisa for Uzbekistan, we’ll endeavour to make sure all proceeds as simply and quickly as possible. All we’ll need from you is to fill-out your application and supply us with a digital copy of your passport and a digital passport photo of yourself.
Once we’ve received your application, we’ll process it and, within 4-5 business days, email you your eVisa, so you can print it out and present it to an immigration official on your arrival in the country (we’d also strongly suggest you download a back-up copy to a handheld device).

Required Documents To Apply

• A PDF copy of your valid passport (last page of passport)

• a passport photo (in JPG format)

• payment via a credit/ debit card or PayPal account.

Important Instructions • All overseas visitors must possess a passport valid for six months beyond the date of their arrival (and with one free page for stamping purposes) • at present, due to the ongoing pandemic, all travellers to Uzbekistan must possess proof of a negative PCR test for Covid-19, dated no more than 72 hours prior to travel, on entry to the country • if you intend to travel to Uzbekistan as a parent/ guardian with minors under the age of 16, a separate eVisa won’t be required for each minor travelling with you, so long as they possess a passport/ biometric travel document • if there is a discrepancy between your eVisa and your passport, it’s unlikely you’ll be allowed entry to Uzbekistan; needless to say, you must possess the same passport with which your applied for your eVisa to gain entry to the country • an eVisa can be used to enter Uzbekistan via any of its airports • if you try to stay in Uzbekistan beyond the 30 days allowed with an eVisa (and without its renewal), you may face legal action and a fine and may be prevented from obtaining an Uzbekistan eVisa in future • if…
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Uzbekistan FAQ

Uzbekistan is a unique country to visit, and defies the common misconception that it’s unsafe to visit.

Keep in mind that communication might be difficult if you only speak English. language you speak is English. Uzbek is the first language of Uzbeks and it resembles Turkish, which can help you understand a few phrases if you know how to speak it. Russian is another common language, whilst older generations may know some German because they were taught in school.

Moneywise, the currency is the Uzbek som. However, there are a lot of soms in one dollar (and even more in a Euro.) Plus, the bills are small, so for $100, you need to carry a bag of money. You can find exchange kiosks at banks or an exchange office, but you should never go on the black market for soms. It was a common practice a few years back, and you could exchange money even at grocery stores. However, that is illegal now.

The easiest place to find accommodation in Uzbekistan is Bukhara. You will see a lot of hotels and hostels. One thing that you need to remember concerning accommodation is that whenever you leave the hotel, you need to fill in and sign a registration paper. Keep all your registration papers until you leave the country. That is because you will need them to present as proof at the border. Sometimes, officers on trains will ask to see them. So make sure to hold onto them. Lastly, you should never couchsurf. It used to be another common practice in Uzbekistan, but now it is illegal. If caught, you can find yourself in a lot of trouble, and the host as well.

If you are a vegan, you will have a tough time in Uzbekistan. That is because the Uzbeks eat a lot of meat, and there is almost no dish without it. Also, you will be looked at curiously. Some people will ask you what the purpose of not eating meat is. Even the vegetables are fried in animal grease. The traditional dish in Uzbekistan is the plov. It contains rice, meat, and at times, some eggs. It is delicious, and you should try it. The Uzbeks also drink a lot of tea, with meals and without. When asking if you want to drink alcohol, an Uzbek will tab the back of his or her cheek.

Tourism is not exactly frequent so they will express their curiosity. But they’re very hospitable, and in some cases can be nosy. If you are a woman over 25 who is still single, the Uzbeks will not refrain from asking you why you are not married, but don’t take it personally and keep a light attitude as Uzbeks do not ask questions to be insulting. They are just curious. Getting upset will not do anybody any good.

Uzbekistan’s population is mostly Muslim, but women wear regular clothing, and almost everyone drinks. Even so, Uzbekistan has a lot of temples and other sacred places, which is why you should still show some respect. If you visit such places, dress decently. If you are a woman, you should take a scarf with which you can cover your head upon entry.

Trains, buses, or shared taxis are frequently used in Uzbekistan, but the most common means of transportation used by tourists is the bus. It is cheap and relatively fast.

However, there are a few things you should know. If you are taking a long trip, the bus will occasionally stop so that people who ride it can go to the bathroom, but it does not stop for long enough so that you can get a bite to eat. Pack plenty of snacks. Also, it’s illegal for buses to move during the night due to the increased likelihood of car accidents. If on a long overnight journey, your bus won’t move between midnight and 5 AM. You will stop in designated places where you can find bars and snacks. You just need to wait for the morning to move again.

Uzbekistan is a beautiful country to visit and has plenty of history and a lot of cotton fields.

If you reside in or you’re travelling from a yellow fever-affected country, you’ll be required to present proof of vaccination against the disease.

30 days after your arrival or up until the expiration date of your visa. The visa will be valid for 90 days once issued. There are no extensions allowed for this visa.

The eVisa for Uzbekistan is an official document that permits entry into and travel within Uzbekistan. It’s an alternative to visas issued at Uzbekistan missions and at ports of entry. Upon arrival at the port of entry, you will be expected to present your passport and a printed copy of the eVisa.

This depends on your nationality and the purpose of the visit as there may be additional requirements in some cases. However, the essential requirements we need you to provide us with are:

Passport Personal Details Scan

Last Page of Passport (if applicable)

Applicant Photo

Take a selfie holding the physical credit card used for the transaction. Only show the last 4 digits of the credit card, ensuring they are visable in the picture. (if applicable)

This depends on the processing time you have chosen. Please refer to the Fast Track Visa website page for that country for more information.

This depends on the method of processing that you choose. The three options are: Standard Processing Time: 7 Business Days

Rush Processing: 5 Business Days

Super Rush Processing: 3 Business Days

The Uzbekistan eVisa is valid for 90 days after issued. This means you must enter Uzbekistan within 90 days after issued.

Your passport must have a validity that reaches at least 6 months after your intended date of entry. It must also have at least one blank page.

30 days in total.

These countries are eligible:

Albania

China

Hong Kong

India

Kuwait

Macedonia

Oman

Saudi Arabia

Thailand

United States

Antigua and Barbuda

Bahamas

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Barbados

Belize

Bhutan

Bolivia

Cambodia

Cameroon

Colombia

Costa Rica

Ivory Coast

Cuba

Dominica

Cape Verde

Ecuador

Egypt

El Salvador

Fiji

Gabon

Ghana

Grenada

Guatemala

Guyana

Honduras

Jamaica

Jordan

Kiribati

Korea

Laos

Lebanon

Maldives

Marshall Islands

Mauritius

Mexico

Micronesia

Morocoo

Nauru

Nepal

Nicaragua

Palau

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

Qatar

St.Kitts and Nevis

St.Lucia

St.Vincent and the Grenadines

Samoa

Senegal

Seychelles

Solomon Islands

South Africa

Sri Lanka

Suriname

Tonga Trinidad and Tobago

Tunisia

Uruguay

Vanuatu

Venezuela

Vietnam