Passport and visa regulations
|Passport required||visa required||Return ticket required|
|Other EU countries||Yes||no||no|
Generally required, must be valid for 3 months after the visa expires.
Note on the passport
The entry regulations can change at short notice, so it is advisable to inquire directly with the consular representatives in good time.
Generally required, except for the following nationals of the countries mentioned in the table above for tourist, private and business stays of up to 30 days: (a) Germany, Austria and all other EU countries; (b) Switzerland; (c) Turkey.
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Germany, Austria and Switzerland tourist visa: €60 (one-off, stay up to 7 days), €70 (one-off, stay up to 15 days), €80 (one-off, stay up to 30 days), €100 (one-off, stay up to 3 months), 140 € (one-off, up to 6 months stay) and 180 € (one-off, up to 1 year stay). Each additional entry costs 10 € additionally. Business visa: 170 € (several entries and exits, up to 6 months); €270 (repeated entry and exit, up to 1 year); Transit visa: Transit visa: 60 €; (Children under 16: visa free). double transit: 70 €. Group visa: €15 per group member (up to 15 days); €25 per group member (up to 30 days), additional €20 for each group. eVisa: US$20. When issuing the express visa, the visa fees increase by 50%. Note: Express processing is currently only possible to a limited extent, same-day processing is not possible at all. Children under the age of 16 are exempt from the visa fee.
Visa types and costs
Tourist, business, group and transit visa.
2 months from issue. Length of stay: Transit visa: up to 72 hours. Tourist visa: 7-30 days. Business visa: 7 days to 1 year.
Among others, Germans, Austrians and nationals of all other EU countries as well as Swiss do not need a transit visa for a transit stay of up to 5 days. Otherwise visa-requiring transit travelers who arrive at Tashkent International Airport and who continue their flight within 24 hours, who have valid documents for onward travel and who do not leave the transit area, do not need a transit visa. In person or by post at the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan or at the Consulate in Frankfurt.
Tourist Visa: (a) 1 Application Form (must be completed online with US English keyboard). (b) 1 passport photo. (c) Original passport (+ passport copy) which is valid for at least 3 months after the visa expires and contains at least one blank page. (d) Fee (If applying by bank transfer with stamped proof of payment). (e) For stays longer than 1 month (certain nationalities): Tourist voucher or invitation from Uzbek travel agency (with itinerary and hotel accommodation) or private invitation with confirmation from Ministry of Interior and approval from Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (f) Possibly valid residence permit for Germany, Austria or Switzerland Business visa: (a)-(f), (e) For stays, that last longer than one year: invitation from a legal entity from Uzbekistan (possibly with reference number of the Uzbek Ministry of Foreign Affairs). Express Visa: An express visa can only be issued if the applicant can provide a letter of reference. A stamped, registered return envelope must be enclosed with the application.
An HIV test is required for long-term stays.
A maximum of 10 working days, currently approx. 8 working days in Berlin from receipt of the documents. Express processing is currently not possible. Business visa: 3 business days.
Legally Required Registration
If the stay lasts longer than three days, foreign visitors must report to the UVViOG (formerly OViR) entry and exit authority within 3 working days of arrival if they are staying privately or are registering via the host, or through register the hotel. Proof of registration is required for departure. Individual campers must apply for a temporary residence permit at a tourist information center or a hotel. If visa is required: Before applying for a visa, the Uzbekistani host must first submit his invitation to the UVViOG for authentication for his foreign guests (family members or acquaintances) and then to the consular department of the Uzbek Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Uzbek Foreign Ministry then assigns a telex number, which is sent to the Uzbek diplomatic mission where the visa is applied for. If no invitation is presented when applying for a visa, the Uzbek missions will issue tourist visas, with which registration for a private stay is not possible. The Uzbek Foreign Ministry then assigns a telex number, which is sent to the Uzbek diplomatic mission where the visa is applied for. If no invitation is presented when applying for a visa, the Uzbek missions will issue tourist visas, with which registration for a private stay is not possible. The Uzbek Foreign Ministry then assigns a telex number, which is sent to the Uzbek diplomatic mission where the visa is applied for. If no invitation is presented when applying for a visa, the Uzbek missions will issue tourist visas, with which registration for a private stay is not possible.
Entry with children
German: Machine-readable children’s passport or your own passport. Austrians: Own passport. Swiss: Own passport. Turks: Own passport. Note: The same visa requirements apply to children as to their parents. Since June 27, 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (also within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.