About Visas

VISA OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN

According to the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan foreign citizens and stateless persons can enter Uzbekistan or travel through its territory for transit on the basis of entrance visas only.

Foreign citizens and stateless persons can get visas at the diplomatic representations and consular missions of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad on the basis of the visa support (confirmation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan).

Visa support is issued on the basis of application of the inviting organization, company and persons who are permanently or temporarily residing in Uzbekistan and submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

List of required documents to invite foreigners by organizations and companies:

— Visa application on Head letter of organizations and companies;
— E-form of the site evisa.mfa.uz;
— Copies of passports of the invited person, head of the organization, authorized person of organization to submit the documents;
— Copies of documents of the organization ( license, certificate, etc.);
— Copies of orders to the head and the authorized person;
— Copy of Power of Attorney for the authorized person;
— For arrival visa at the airport «Tashkent» should be provided copies of tickets;
— Certificate of employment of the invited person.

To apply for an investment visa, the inviting organization with foreign investment, in addition to above mentioned documents, also submits one of the following certificates:

— on the size of the purchased shares of business entities (issues by the State Enterprise “Central Securities Depository”);
— on the size of an equity shares of business entities, as well as on the creation of enterprises with foreign investments in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan (issues by the Public Services Agency under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan and its territorial branches).

List of required documents to invite foreigners by persons:

— Visa application form;
— E-form of the site evisa.mfa.uz;
— Copies of passports of the invited and the inviting person;
— An original invitation issued by the authorities of internal affairs of Uzbekistan;
— Copies of documents confirming relationship between invited and the inviting person;
— For arrival visa at the airport «Tashkent» should be provided copies of tickets.

Processing of visa application is up to 10 working days if documents have been submitted due to the established order.

In order to apply for the visa, foreign citizens and stateless persons are to submit the following documents to the diplomatic representation or consular mission of Uzbekistan abroad:

· passport or document of stateless person, expiry date of which must exceed the visa’s period of validity not less than 3 months;
· 2 copies of duly completed visa application form;
· 2 passport-size colored photos.

For a transit visa foreign citizens and stateless persons in addition to the above mentioned documents must have a visa of the country of final destination and travel documents with confirmed date of departure from Uzbekistan. In this case processing of visa application is 3 working days.

Foreign citizens and stateless persons arriving from the countries where there is no diplomatic representation or consular mission of the Republic of Uzbekistan can get visas upon arrival at the Visa Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan at the Tashkent International Airport. In this case the inviting physical or juridical person in Uzbekistan must apply in advance to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan in due order, get visa confirmation (stamp) of the Visa Division of the Consular Department and forward it to the invited person. This confirmation should be shown by invited person while buying an air-ticket and passing through passport control and the visa shall be issued on its basis on arrival at the Visa Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan at the Tashkent International Airport.

The legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan has set the following consular fees for the visa issuance:

a) For single entry visas:

· up to 7 days — $40;
· up to 15 days — $50;
· up to 30 days — $60;
· up to 3 months — $80;
· up to 6 months — $120;
· up to 1 year — $160.

Note: For each additional entry the fee shall be increased by $10.

b) For multiple entry visas:

· up to 6 months — $150;
· up to 1 year — $250.

c) For transit visas:

· up to 72 hours — $40;
· double entry transit visa — $50.

d) For group visas (groups must consist of more than 5 persons excluding children under 16 years old):

· up to 15 days — $15 per person;
· up to 30 days — $25 per person.

Except these fees the fees for reimbursement of actual expenses related to the visa issuance (administrative fees) will also be paid. The rates of these fees depend on the place of visa issuance (irrespective of applicant’s citizenship).

Note: Different procedure for issuance of entry visas may be applied to the citizens of those countries that have appropriate bilateral agreements with Uzbekistan.

VISA REGULATIONS FOR SOME COUNTRIES

1. A bilateral visa-free regime has been established with Kyrgyzstan (up to 60 days), Tajikistan (up to 30 days), Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.

2. A visa-free regime is introduced for 30 days period for citizens of Andorra Principality, Australian Union, Austrian Republic, Argentine Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina,  Brunei Darussalam State, Canada, Czech Republic, Federative Republic of Brazil, Federal Republic of Germany, Finland Republic, French Republic, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Hungary, Greek Republic, Israel, Indonesia, Ireland, Iceland, Italian Republic,  Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Principality of Monaco, the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Kingdom of Norway, the Kingdom of Sweden, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Portugal Republic, Republic of Bulgaria, Republic of Cyprus, Republic of Korea, Republic of Malta, Republic of Poland, Republic of San Marino, Republic of Serbia, Singapore, Republic of Slovenia, Republic of Croatia, Republic of Chile, Romania, Slovak Republic, Republic of Turkey, Swiss Confederation, Republic of Estonia, Japan, UAE, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland , Vatican.

The visa-free regime applies to citizens of these countries, holders of all categories of passports (diplomatic, service and civil) planning to visit the Republic of Uzbekistan for up to 30 days, regardless of the purpose of their trip. In order to enter the country, a person must have a valid national passport or another substitute document used for travel to foreign countries.

The visa-free regime does not apply to stateless persons permanently residing in the territories of these countries.

Accordingly, the visa-free regime is valid for 30 days from the date of entry into Uzbekistan. Before the end of the 30-day visa-free stay period, a foreign citizen must leave the Republic of Uzbekistan. Exceeding the 30-day visa-free stay is recognized as violation of the Rules of stay of foreign citizens in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Accordingly, if it is necessary to stay in Uzbekistan for more than 30 days, a foreign citizen must obtain an entry visa to the Republic of Uzbekistan in accordance with the established procedure, corresponding to the purpose of his trip.

3. Visa-free entry to the Republic of Uzbekistan for foreign citizens up to 16 year old with biometric travel document. In this case they must be accompanied by legal representatives and they can stay in Uzbekistan for the duration of the visa of the accompanying person, but not more than ninety days since the date of entry into the country.

4. A visa-free regime is established with China, Hungary, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan (up to 30 days), India, the Republic of Korea and Vietnam (up to 60 days), Brazil, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Estonia, Kuwait and Turkey (up to 90 days). Citizens of these countries (except India) who hold diplomatic passports and are accredited as employees of diplomatic missions or consular offices of their countries located on the territory of Uzbekistan, as well as members of their families have the right to enter and stay without visas for the entire period of work.

5. Introduced the system of issuing electronic entry tourist visas (e-visa.gov.uz) for foreign citizens, which has simplified the procedure of issuing visas (list of countries in Attachment 1);

Starting from March 15, 2019, new system of electronic entry visas with a validity period of 30 days has been introduced:

— double entry, with a consular fee of $ 35;

— multiple entry, with a consular fee of $ 50.

6. Introduced new short-term transit visa-free entry to the Republic of Uzbekistan for a period of five days for a citizens of several countries (list of countries in Attachment 2). In this case the foreigners must come through international airports of Uzbekistan, showing to frontier officer that they have an air ticket of “Uzbekistan Airways” National aircompany to a third country. This procedure is applying to transiting passengers wishing to explore the sights-seeing of Uzbekistan.

7. Uzbekistan and Japan issue visas without consular fees on the mutual basis.

Schengen Visa

The German Embassy in Tashkent issues visas to Germany, Austria, Spain, Finland, Sweden and Switzerland. The Danish mission is currently suspended. Currently, persons wishing to travel to Denmark can apply for a visa only at the Danish Embassy in Moscow.

Documents required to obtain a visa:

Valid passport with a validity of at least 3 months from the date of return from Germany, the passport must not exceed 10 years and contain at least 2 blank pages for visa.
2. Certificate of employment on letterhead, indicating the position.
3. If the owner of the company, then submit the documents to the company: the company registration in the Municipality, license and articles of Association of the company, original and copy.
4. A certificate indicating salary.
5. Certificate of leave granted.
6. Statement of foreign currency accounts, printouts of credit cards.
7. 3 biometric photos, matte on white background.
8. Booking round-trip tickets with a photocopy.
9. Correctly completed and signed 2 short-term visa application forms.
10. Passports or birth certificates with photocopies of loved ones.
11. Notarial permission of the father or mother, if the child travels to Germany with only one of the parents.
12. Photo of the child and a copy of the birth certificate.

Documents issued by the travel Agency:

Paid hotel reservation for the entire period of stay in Germany with a photocopy.
2. Guarantee letter from the travel Agency in the name of the Consul
3. Health insurance, business rate.
Visa to Germany is issued for 10 days.

Address of German Embassy in Tashkent:

Sharaf Rashidov Avenue, 15
Tel: (+998 71) 120 84 40
Fax: (+998 71) 120 84 85, 120 66 93, 120 84 50 visa Department Fax: (+998 71) 120 84 80
E-mail: [email protected]

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Czech Republic

Documents required to obtain a visa:

Passport not older than 10 years, valid for at least 3 months after the expiry of the requested visa, with two adjacent unoccupied pages, exit visa (OVIR). Photocopies of the 1st data page of the passport including the visa Office. If available: copies of visas of the Schengen countries, the UK, the USA (if they are in the old passport without the possibility of providing a copy, specify the approximate dates of stay in these countries).
Document on family relations in Uzbekistan (original passport of husband/wife and children (in case of absence of passport: birth certificate of children), as well as marriage certificate, etc.
Correctly, legible and completely filled in Latin letters application form (questionnaire).
Current biometric passport-size photo on a white background(it is necessary to paste on the form).
Health insurance with corridor: 15 calendar days from the date of return with a photocopy, as well as with the provision of the original receipt for payment of insurance.
Booking a ticket or air ticket with the airline stamp with a photocopy.
Sources of funding for the visit:

Plastic(s) card(s) in convertible currency, as well as a certificate from the Bank in which the card is open about the status of funds on this card (along with its photocopy);

Original Bank statement on the movement of funds on a plastic card for the last three months.

Documents from the workplace:

Certificate of employment on the letterhead of the position;

Reference/extract from the order/confirmation of the employer on the provision of leave (with the mandatory indication of the dates of leave: from what date and on what number);

Certificate of employment on wages in the last one year (on the date of filing the last 12 going over a calendar month);

Copy of work book (IMPORTANT! – all pages with the stamp «COPY is CORRECT» on each page, as well as the interview to bring the original);

Company owner:

documents of the company (Charter, Memorandum of Association, registration in the Khokimiyat, license), as well as a certificate of dividends received for the last calendar year.

Pensioners:

pension book with a photocopy.

Students and pupils:

confirmation of the educational institution about the study and, if the trip during the study — permission of the educational institution (indicating the duration of the trip from what date and on what number). If the trip will take place during the holidays — proof that the vacation time (what numbers and at what number).

Applicants currently without work, provide a certificate from the Mahal (with a simple translation into Russian) about their status and financial security/dependent on whom they are.
If the child is accompanied by only one of the parents (the second does not live in the Czech Republic), the consent of the second parent for the child to travel abroad in the following form (in duplicate):

notarized agreement or if the other parent is dead or deprived of the rights to the child – death certificate or court decision (original or notarized copy).

If the child is accompanied by non-parents:

notarized permission from both parents to take the child abroad in the name of the accompanying person.

All children applying, regardless of age, must have their own biometric passport.

All the above documents are required to be submitted at the Embassy and must be issued in Russian or English, documents in Uzbek are not accepted at the Embassy.

List of required personal data:

If the applicant is a woman, indicate the maiden name.
Home address with mandatory indication of home and cell phone.

Documents issued by the travel Agency:

Original and copy of voucher of Czech travel Agency;

Original and copy of invoice for services in Czech Republic;

Letter to the Consul.

Visa processing time: 10 working days.

The consular fee is from us$ 83 (paid by the tourist at the Embassy) and varies depending on the exchange rate of the Czech crown.

The procedure for issuing a short-term Schengen visa is regulated by the European Parliament decree No. 810/2009 of 13 June 2009 — the visa code. The procedure for processing an application for a short-term Schengen visa is within the competence of the consulates and embassies of the Czech Republic, that is, the diplomatic missions of the Czech Republic are authorized to decide on the issuance of a visa at the airport and a visa for 90 days.

However, the laws do not guarantee the applicant a visa, even if all the required conditions are met. An applicant who has been refused a visa will receive a written explanation of the reasons for the refusal, upon request, within the framework of the European Parliament decree No. 810/2009 of 13 June 2009 (short-term Schengen visa).

The refusal of a short-term Schengen visa may be appealed to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic through the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tashkent.

Having been refused, the applicant may at any time, including immediately after the refusal, submit a new application accompanied by the required documents.

In accordance with the law No. 101/2000 of the security Council On the protection of personal data and the amendment of certain laws as amended, the applicant’s personal data may only be provided to the relevant authorities of the CR for the purpose of deciding whether or not to issue a visa.

A message about visa / about visa refusal

Applications for a short-term Schengen visa are usually considered within 10 days — in exceptional cases longer. The terms of consideration of long-term visas are specified in the articles concerning certain types of visas.

The Embassy of the Czech Republic does not provide information on the issuance or refusal of a Czech visa at the request of the applicant or other authorized person by telephone.

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tashkent will inform the applicant on its own as soon as the decision on the issuance or refusal of a Czech visa has been taken. For this reason, the applicant is required to provide his correct contact address and telephone number.

Before issuing a long-term visa, it is necessary to offer proof of health insurance under the terms of law No. 326/1999. These conditions fulfill, for example, insurance companies MAXIMA Pojistovna VZP, SLAVIA, UNIQA, and VICTORIA.

Obtaining a visa is not subject to legal requirements. (An applicant who has been refused a visa will receive a written explanation of the reasons for the refusal.)

The refusal of a short-term visa can be appealed to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic through the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tashkent. The appeal can be submitted in Czech, Russian or English. It is necessary to specify the name, surname, date of birth, address and specification, in which the applicant finds the error of the negative decision of the Embassy. Appeals are considered within 30 days.

The refusal of a long-term visa can be appealed directly to the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Czech Republic.

Embassy of Czech Republic in Uzbekistan
Address: St. Navnihol 6, Tashkent
Phone: (+998 71) 120 60 71, 120 55 23
Fax: (+998 71) 120 60 75
Web site: http://www.mzv.cz/tashkent

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Turkey

For citizens of Uzbekistan, Turkey is a country of visa-free entry (for up to 30 days).

Documents required for travel to Turkey:

A valid passport and visa ovira (official stamp on the permit);

The hotel voucher;

Round-trip flights.

The presence of 2000 USD (with the presence of this amount on a plastic card is not a basis for entry into Turkey)

Turkish Embassy in Uzbekistan
Address: 87 Gulyamov str., Tashkent
Phone: (+998 71) 113 03 00
Fax: (+998 71) 113 33 00

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Kingdom of Thailand

For citizens of Uzbekistan, Thailand is a country of visa-free entry for a period not exceeding 15 days.

Visa opens at the airport upon arrival in Thailand and gives the right to stay in Thailand for a maximum of 15 days.

Documents required to open a visa on arrival at the airport in Thailand:

Citizens of Uzbekistan visas are issued at a special stand with the inscription VISA ON ARRIVAL. It is necessary to provide:

passport
(valid for at least 6 months from the planned date of departure from Thailand; usually a visa received on arrival, can not be extended, its validity — 14 days);

1 photo 3×4 cm
(made no earlier than 6 months before the visa);

copy of return ticket
(migration services check the date of departure from the country; a photocopy of the ticket can be made at the airport or in advance — before departure);

immigration card
(usually issued and filled in by plane);

visa application form
(to be filled by yourself, by hand);

the visa fee is 2,000 baht
(approximately $70) per person, payment is made in baht.

IMPORTANT!
The migration service of Bangkok airport can ask arriving tourists to present cash or Bank cards (the minimum amount per person is $500), as well as a return ticket from Thailand.

When obtaining a visa at the airport of Bangkok, the payment is made in baht, and at the airport of Utapao — in dollars.

Parents should be included in the OVIR of children.

In passports of citizens of Uzbekistan should be OVIR (permission to travel abroad).
Tourists with crumpled, wet, dirty passports may be denied entry into the country. Visa-free transit through the Kingdom of Thailand is not allowed.

Persons who have arrived in the Kingdom and received a visa on arrival, can not apply for an extension of stay in the country, except in special cases, such as illness.

To enter for a longer period, the following documents are issued:

Certificate of employment indicating the position and salary in English (if the certificate is issued in Russian, it is necessary to translate into English and notarize); for the unemployed – a certificate of residence.

Bank statement on the availability of funds of at least 800USD for each adult and child leaving (if the certificate is issued in Russian, it is necessary to translate into English and notarize); sponsor’s letter; marriage certificate.

Invitation or voucher from a hotel in Thailand.

A copy of the ticket or the round-trip airstrip.

1 photo 3.5 x 4.5.

Passport (valid for at least 6 months) + passport copy.

Completed questionnaire.

Health insurance.

 

For children it is additionally necessary:

A copy of the birth certificate, translated into English and notarized.

Consent of the second parent, if the child is flying with relatives, the consent of both parents, in English and notarized.

1 photo 3.5 x 4.5.

If the certificate is issued in Russian, it must be translated into English and notarized.

For pensioners it is necessary to additionally:

Copy of pension certificate translated into English and notarized.

Attention!

All certificates must be in the original on the letterhead, with seals and signatures of managers, indicating the date of issue and the number of the outgoing document. Date of reference — not earlier than a week before applying for a visa.

The period of stay for any visa category issued by the Honorary Consulate of the Kingdom of Thailand in the Republic of Uzbekistan may be reviewed by the border service of Thailand.

The consular section has the right to request additional documents.

Documents acceptance: Mon-Fri 10.00-12:30
Application processing time: up to 5 working days
Issuance of documents: Mon-Fri 15.00-17.00
Visa validity: 3 months
Period of stay: 30 or 60 days from the date of entry
Consular fee: 40 USD
The consular fee for urgent processing of visa: 60 USD

Honorary Consulate of the Kingdom of Thailand in Tashkent
Tashkent, ul. Zulfiya Khanum 1-A. Landmark Labzak near the office of UMS.
Tel: +998 71 241 82 89
Fax: + 998 71 241 92 82

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United States Of America

DS-160 questionnaire, which is filled in electronic form on the page http://ceac.state.gov/genniv  After it must be printed and brought to the Embassy. The questionnaire will indicate the date and time of the interview;

Passport (original):

— Passport is valid for at least 3 months from the end of the trip;
— Passport must have at least two free pages for visa application;
— A valid visa office;

Copy of passport and pages with Schengen visas issued earlier;

1 photo taken within the last 6 months (photos must be in color, on a white background, size 5×5 cm); additional requirements for photos are set out on the website http://russian.uzbekistan.usembassy.gov/nonimmigrant_visas.html

Marriage certificate translated into English;

Birth certificate translated into English;

Documents confirming the availability of funds:

Bank reference in English;

Documents confirming the availability of real estate;

Documents confirming the presence of the car;

Certificate of employment(in English). The help text should contain the following information:

— The certificate is provided on the letterhead with the actual address and phone numbers of the institution/employer that issued the certificate;
— Full name of the institution/employer; personal data of the employee to whom the certificate is issued;
— Position held, monthly salary;
— The certificate must be signed by the head of the organization and the chief accountant or the head of the personnel Department;
— The Director and the chief accountant cannot sign the certificate to themselves — in that case the certificate is signed by their Deputy;

Work book (copy of the first and last pages in English);

Copy of diploma;

Documents confirming the purpose of the trip:

Invitation containing specific dates of the visit, details and contacts of the host party, indicating the place of residence during the visit;

Individual entrepreneur:

A copy of the certificate of registration of individual entrepreneur;

A copy of the INN;

Copy of tax return;

Idle:

Statement of sponsorship,

Reference from sponsor’s work;

A copy of the passport page with personal data and a document confirming the degree of kinship;

For pensioners:

A copy of the pension certificate;

Proof of financial solvency for the trip (Bank statement, traveler’s checks or statement of sponsorship, certificate of sponsorship, copy of the document confirming the degree of kinship);

For students and schoolchildren:

Certificate of study;

Copy of student card,

Statement of sponsorship,

Certificate of employment,

A copy of the first page of his passport and a document confirming the degree of kinship;

For minors travelling with one parent:

Power of attorney of one of the parents for the export of the child (with an indication of the term) notarized;

Copy of children’s birth certificate;

Certificate of study.

All references should be provided in English.

Consular fee: us$160

Terms of consideration of documents and visa: 2 working days

Website of the U.S. Embassy in Tashkent: https://uz.usembassy.gov/ru/

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United Arab Emirates

Documents required to obtain a visa:

Scanned copy of passport. The passport must be valid for at least 06 months upon application.
Color scan a copy of the photo (size — used when applying for a passport)
We draw your attention to the new procedure for submission of documents for the opening of UAE entry visas for CIS citizens under 19 years of age. Since January 27, 2014, the Dubai Immigration Department has changed the visa conditions for minor children with their own separate passports and departing with their parents. A colour copy of the child’S birth CERTIFICATE, translated into English and certified by a notary, must be attached to the copy of the passport. Regardless of the name of the child ( same as the parent or not), this document will be required to apply for a UAE visa. In the absence of a translated birth certificate of the child, the visa will be refused.
If necessary and on the basis of the request of the Emigration Services of the UAE, the host organization has the right to request additional documentation (birth certificate, marriage certificate, power of attorney, etc.).)
All of the above documents must be submitted in JPG format by e-mail to the host company.

Terms of registration:

Tourist visa is issued within 3-5 working days.
• Friday and Saturday are not working days.
• As well as the period of National holidays and other days officially announced by the government.
• Entry visa to the UAE is issued by the UAE Emigration service, and in case of refusal, for one reason or another, the host company is not responsible for the visa.
• In case of refusal of the UAE Immigration services to issue an entry permit, the cost of the visa is not refundable.
• In case of refusal by the applicant to use the previously issued visa and refusal of the tour, the customer will be additionally charged a fine of $ 40.US (for each visa) for the subsequent cancellation of the visa in the Emigration Department of Dubai.
• Entry visa can be cancelled only with the permission of the Immigration authorities and for an additional fee.
• The responsibility for violation of the UAE visa regime and other illegal activities in the country is borne by the applicant company, and in case of violations, a fine of$ 2,700 is charged.

Today, the following types of entry visas are issued in the Emirates:

UAE residents may request visitor visas (Visit Visa) only for their immediate family members.
Long-term visitor visa(Long Term Visit Visa) valid for up to 90 days.
It is not renewed or restored if it has not been used within 60 days from the date of issue.

Short-term visitor visa(Short Term Visit Visa) is designed for 30 days stay in the UAE. It is not renewed or restored if it has not been used within 60 days from the date of issue.

Multiple Entry Visa (Multiple Entry Visa) is valid for 6 months and allows its holder to stay in the UAE no more than 14 days after entry. A multiple-entry visa application can be submitted to the UAE during the applicant’s stay in the country on a visitor visa and is not extended .

Tourist visa (Tourist Visa)

Only licensed hotels or travel agencies have the right to request such visas. If earlier in the permitted list of countries for the issuance of tourist visas included less than 80 countries, now this restriction is completely removed.

Transit visa (Transit/96 Hours Visa)

designed for 96 hours of stay in the UAE. Is not extended or renewed if not used within 30 days from the date of issuance. It is issued to the traveler on condition that the break between flights is not less than 8 hours. To obtain a visa, you need a copy of your passport, a completed form for a 96-hour visa, a ticket for the next flight, a hotel reservation. Issued at customs.

Resident visa (Residence Visa)

Issued to persons wishing to reunite with a family living in the UAE. Validity – 2 years. The visa is automatically cancelled if the holder is not in the UAE for more than 6 months. Parents of UAE residents receive this type of visa after special approval. Parents ‘ visa can be renewed annually after 2 years. For each parent, a Deposit of 5,000 dirhams (US$1367) is made, which is returned after the visa is closed.

Work visa (Employment Visa)

Work visa (work permit) is issued by the Immigration Department to a foreign citizen who has an invitation to work in the Emirates, certified by the Ministry of labor of the UAE. The visa is valid for two months from the date of issue. Allows you to enter the country for up to 30 days. During this time, the employer must start issuing a resident visa.

Documents issued by the travel Agency:

Confirmation of hotel reservation and transfer (transportation to / from the hotel).

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Singapore

Rules of registration of visas in Singapore:

Since 26.08.2008 new rules of electronic visa to Singapore have been in force.

Documents issued by the tourist:

Scanned copy of passport (the stock of validity of the passport and visa Office is 6 months after the trip);

1 color photograph, including children (passport size, white background).
The image of the photo must meet the size of no more than 400 X 515 pixels and pre-processed in photoshop.
Face should be fully open (without glasses and hats).

Documents issued by the tour.firm:

Confirmation of hotel reservation and transfer (transportation to / from the hotel).

Visa processing time: 3 working days.
The size of the visa fee is from 60 US$.

Visas for children are issued on the same conditions as for adults.
The maximum stay in Singapore on a tourist visa is 5 weeks.

Transit without a visa is allowed up to 96 hours, in the presence of air tickets and passports with visas to the third country of further travel.

The immigration and border control service of Singapore has decided to allow CIS citizens to enter the territory of Singapore without a visa in case of transit to a third country.

To do this, the citizens of the CIS it is necessary:

Follow via Singapore in a third country;
2. Have a valid passport, a confirmed flight ticket from Singapore to a third country, the documents required to enter a third country (including visa), and sufficient funds to stay in Singapore;
3. Travel to a third country within 96 hours;
4. Meet all necessary requirements to enter Singapore. As in all other cases, final permission to enter Singapore is at the discretion of the border guards at the points of entry.

Documents required to open a transit visa on arrival:

Passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of departure from Singapore;
2. Completed immigration card;
3. Air tickets confirming the passenger’s flight to a third country within 96 hours;
4. Completed customs Declaration;
5. Tourist voucher for ground service in Singapore.

In some cases, you need a visa to Singapore?

A visa is required:

If the transit stay exceeds the above 96 hours.

If tourists come to Singapore or leave it by bus.

If tourists pay a visit to Singapore, i.e. the country from which they arrive in Singapore, coincides with the country to which they are sent immediately after their stay in Singapore.

In some cases, do not need a visa to Singapore?

Visa is not required:

CIS citizens who are in Singapore in transit (who flew from country «A» — for example, Uzbekistan, and departing to country «B» — for example, Indonesia) at the immigration counter are given a free visa for transit accommodation for 96 hours. In this case, tourists must have a ticket indicating the departure from Singapore and a sufficient amount of money or credit card. Tourists must necessarily fly in and fly out of Singapore — transit visa is not put if the tourist enters or leaves by bus or by sea.

Transit visa to Singapore is free of charge. The presence of documents confirming the departure to a third country does not guarantee a transit visa. Transit visa is issued at the discretion of the border officer, and gives the right to stay in Singapore for 96 hours.

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Malaysia

For citizens of Uzbekistan Malaysia is a country of visa-free entry (for up to 30 days).

Documents required for travel to Malaysia:

A valid passport and visa ovira (official stamp on the permit);

The hotel voucher;

Round-trip flights.

Documents required to obtain a visa to Malaysia for stateless persons (LBG):

Valid passport with OVIR visa (stamp on the residence permit);

Copies of passport;

Application form filled in 2 copies (issued at the Embassy);

2 photos size 3,5×4,5;

Tourist voucher with dates of entry and exit, place and conditions of residence (2 copies);

Round-trip tickets (2 copies).

Visa processing time: from 3 working days.
The size of the visa fee is from 6 US$.

The Embassy of Malaysia in Uzbekistan
Address: bogsaroy Street, 28/30, Tashkent
Phones: (+998 71) 254-09-61; 256-30-27; 256-32-99
Fax: (+998 71) 252 30 71

Attention! Since 1 June 2011, the Government of Malaysia has introduced a National Biometric System for the Registration of Foreign Nationals, which requires all foreign nationals who have reached the age of 12 years and above, arriving in Malaysia, to undergo the procedure of finger scanning at the point of arrival in Malaysian territory.

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Latvia

Documents required to obtain a visa:

Documents issued by the tourist:

Valid passport with OVIR visa (validity reserve + 3 months after the trip);

2 color photos 3.5 x 4.5, made on a white background;

Honey.insurance (insurance coverage — 30 000 € or 50 000 US$);

Confirmation of flight booking;

Correctly completed application form;

Certificate of employment indicating position and salary;

Currency account statement;

Documents on the marital status of the tourist and the family.

Children from 15 years, traveling on vacation to Latvia with their parents, it is necessary to issue a children’s foreign passport, and it should also be the stock of OVIR + 3 months after the trip.

Documents issued by the tour.firm:

Original and copy of Latvian tour voucher.firms;

Original and copy of invoice on payment of services in Latvia;

Letter to the Consul.

Visa processing time: 7 working days.

The size of the consular fee is from 60 € (paid by the tourist at the Embassy) and varies depending on the rate of Latvian lats.

The Embassy of Latvia in Uzbekistan
Address: Lashkarbegi str., 16A, Tashkent
Phone: (+998 71) 237-22-15
Fax: (+998 71) 120-70-36

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People's Republic of China

Documents required to obtain a visa:

Documents issued by the tourist:
• A valid passport with a validity of at least 6 months from the end of the trip, the passport must have at least one free page;
• Application form completed in Russian and signed by the applicant;
• Photos on special.sample (3×4 cm (color) with a limitation period of not more than 3 months);
Documents issued by the travel Agency:
• Invitation letter from China travel Agency;
• Letter from the firm to the Consul.
Reception of documents at the Embassy — Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Visa processing time: 14 working days
Visa up to 30 days
Visa for up to 30 days (2 visas, each for 30 days, corridor for entry 3 months) Visa for up to 60 days Visa for up to 60 days (2 visas, each for 60 days, corridor for entry 3 months) Visa to Hong Kong for 14 days Visa for up to 30 days (2 visas) + Hong Kong Visa for children is issued on equal terms with adults.

Embassy of China in Uzbekistan

Address: 79 Gulyamova str., Tashkent
Phone: (+998 71) 233 80 88, 233 47 35, 233 47 28

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England

To obtain a visa you will need:

1)Passport (valid for at least another 3 months).
2)2 photos. The photo must be:
— Made on a white background so that facial features are easily distinguishable and contrast with the background;
— Clear and good quality, it must be made in the last 6 months;
— Printed on ordinary photo paper;
— Size 45 mm (vertical) X 35 mm (horizontal), without frame;
— With a fully visible face (without sunglasses, as well as without hats and other hats, except when applying for a visa does not remove them for religious and ethnic reasons).
3) a Valid passport with a validity of at least 3 months from the end of the trip, the passport must have at least one free page;
4)Copies of previous passports and visas
5) marriage Certificate
6) birth Certificate of minor children or passport copies
7) Questionnaire, which must be filled in block letters. (dtravel staff will help You to fill in the form correctly).
8) Documents confirming the availability of funds (Bank statement, certificate of receipt of salary or tax documents with stamp of tax inspection, showing that You or Your sponsor able to pay for the trip, and there’s enough money to pay for accommodation and expenses during your stay in the UK as Your and Your dependants (please note that the following documents are not proof of availability of funds: the documents for the car, land or real estate, the receipts for currency exchange, cash).
9)certificate of employment (indicating the position, seniority and salary) or study (indicating the institution, faculty and course).
10) Visa fee
11) hotel booking Confirmation and an invitation from an English company is required, explaining why You were invited, for what purpose and where You will be staying. If Your company or company in England pays for the trip, it must be confirmed in the letter. Please note that the invitation letter should not be sent to the Visa Department, it should be sent directly to the person applying for a visa and attached to the application form.
The British Consulate may require additional documents .
12) the confirmation of the reservation (with the exception of transit visas);

Requirements for accompanying documents

All accompanying documents (power of attorney, certificates of work and study, Bank statements, sponsorship letters, documents on property, etc.)) must be translated into English. The translation is attached to each document on a separate sheet. Each translation sheet must contain the following information:
— date when the transfer was made;
— name and surname of the translator, his contact information, as well as his personal signature;
— confirmation that the translation corresponds to the original.
Translation of documents can be performed by the applicant, the employee of translation Agency, or other person who is sufficiently fluent in English. If the translation is made by the applicant, its data are indicated on the sheet with the translation, and the phrase «translated by applicant»is written. If the translation is processed at translation Bureau — indicated details of the company and the name and surname of the translator.
The translation shall be certified by a notary.
If the Bank and/or the employer has the opportunity to issue the necessary certificates in English, it is not required to provide their equivalent in Russian.
The duration of the visa
A visitor visa is issued for a period of 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, 5 years, 10 years and involves multiple entries into the UK during the validity of the visa, unless there are restrictions that can be set by the Consulate in each case. The period of stay in the UK should not exceed 6 months for each entry.

The processing time depends on the purpose of the trip, the availability of previously issued visas and other circumstances. Visa processing takes at least 30 working days. We recommend that you always apply for a visa in advance, the best time — a month before the trip.

Type of visa

A standard visitor’s visa (visitors visa standard)
– this type of visa is issued to persons whose purpose of visit is tourism, visiting relatives and friends, business visit, visit with sports, cultural, research purposes. Visas of this category are issued to minors for a visit to the UK accompanied or unaccompanied by an adult. Also, this visa gives the right to study during the visit to the UK, provided that the period of study does not exceed 30 days (no separate student visa is required), and the study itself is not the main purpose of the visit.
Visit for a special purpose: transit
– this type of visa is issued to persons whose purpose of visit is transit through the UK to third countries. The final and starting points of the journey must be outside the United Kingdom, the channel Islands, the Isle of man and the Republic of Ireland.
Short-term study visa (Short-term study visa)
– this type of visa is issued to persons whose purpose is to study in officially registered educational institutions of the UK (for a period of 6 or 11 months for the English language course — for adult applicants, for 6 months — for minor applicants).

There is no separate visa to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. A UK visa is issued for travel to any of these regions. The type of visa must correspond to the main purpose of the trip.

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Italy

Documents required for obtaining a visa to Italy:

The questionnaire, filled out in Italian and signed personally by the applicant;

Photo on a light background 3×4 (1 PC.);

Passport (original):

The term of issue of not more than 8 years;

Valid for at least 3 months from the end of the trip;

The passport must have at least two free pages to paste the visa;

Current OVIR;

A copy of the first page of the passport, as well as the page with OVIR;

Birth certificate of the person leaving (original and copy, notarized)

Health insurance policy (original and copy);

Marriage certificate;

Certificate of employment. The help text should contain the following information:

The certificate is provided on the letterhead with the actual address and phone numbers of the institution/employer that issued the certificate;

Full name of the institution/employer; personal data of the employee to whom the certificate is issued;

Position held, monthly salary for the last 6 months;

The certificate must be signed by the head of the organization and the chief accountant or the head of the personnel Department;

The Director and the chief accountant cannot sign the certificate to themselves, — in that case the certificate is signed by their Deputy;

Certificate of employment for vacation or business trip;

Work book (original and copy of the first page);

Documents confirming the availability of funds:

Bank reference on availability of foreign currency accounts;

A copy of the credit card;

A copy of the document on the ownership of real estate;

Documents confirming the purpose of the trip:

An invitation stating the purpose of the trip;

The document confirming the right to sign the invitation (if the invitation is from any company, the certificate, license and proof that the one who signed the invitation really works in this company);

Copy of the passport of the inviter;

Hotel reservation;

Reservation of round-trip tickets.

Individual entrepreneur:

A copy of the certificate of registration of individual entrepreneur;

A copy of the INN;

Copy of tax return;

Idle:

Statement of sponsorship,

Reference from sponsor’s work;

A copy of the passport page with personal data and a document confirming the degree of kinship.

For pensioners:

A copy of the pension certificate;

Proof of financial solvency for the trip (Bank statement, traveler’s checks or statement of sponsorship, certificate of sponsorship, copy of the document confirming the degree of kinship);

For students and schoolchildren:

Certificate of study;

Copy of student card,

Statement of sponsorship,

Certificate of employment,

A copy of the first page of his passport and a document confirming the degree of kinship.

For minors travelling with one parent:

Power of attorney of one of the parents for the export of the child (with an indication of the term) notarized;

Copy of children’s birth certificate;

Certificate of study.

All documents must be translated into Italian.

Term of consideration of documents and visa:

10 working days.

Consular fee:

80 US$.

Embassy of Italy in Uzbekistan

Address: str. Yusuf Khos Hojib, 40, Tashkent 100031
Tel.: (+998 71) 252 11 19, 252 11 20, 252 11 21, 252 11 23
Fax: (+998 71) 120 66 06
Web site: http://www.ambtashkent.esteri.it

Opening hours of Consular and visa departments for visitors:

Tuesday to Friday 09:00 to 12:00;

Tuesdays and Thursday from 15:00 to 16:00 (delivery of documents);

Monday is not a good day.

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