Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby steven » Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:00 pm

Please read and post reports on the Uzbek embassy in Berlin below.

We summarize all info in the embassy reports of the Uzbek visa page.
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Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby bodenseeoverlander » Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:51 pm

Date of Application: 15.01.2017

1) Fill out Online Form - here are some of our inputs into the form:
- Duration of stay: 10 days
- Planned Period of Visit: 01. - 31. August 2017
- Visiting: Tashkent & Samarkand
- Address in Uzbekistan: Writing in any hotel in Samarkand (No proof needed)
- Purpose of Visit: "Visiting Tashkent & Samarkand as tourists to see the spirit of the silk road. Seeing places like ..." <- from there it was cut off :D
2) Print Online Form
3) Put the passport pics on it
4) Pay 160 Euros for 2 people and 30 days
5) Print bank slip from online bank
6) Put your address in an envelope with enough stamps on it.
7) Put all together with the passports in the envelop and send it to Berlin
8) wait 11 days
9) Be happy to have the visa multi entry 30 days

embassy website: www.uzbekistan.de

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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby Iris » Fri Mar 10, 2017 1:47 pm

So do I understand it correctly that you did not have a LOI?
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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby wab » Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:50 am

I understand you did not have a LOI.
I am curious what you filled in at the 'inviting party'-box on the evisa-form?
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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby steven » Fri Jun 23, 2017 8:27 am

wab wrote:I understand you did not have a LOI.
I am curious what you filled in at the 'inviting party'-box on the evisa-form?


Just leave it open.
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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby ilig » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:08 am

Hi there,

me and my friend (1x French passport, 1x German passport) also applied for our Uzbek visa at the embassy in Berlin on June 12th 2017, and we got our passports back on June 19th. We waited for just six working days, even though we only paid the normal fee.

We filled out the online form, printed it, put our pics on it and gave it to the embassy staff along with our bank slips and a stamped envelope. The people were polite and the guy who talked to us spoke perfekt German without the slightest hint of an accent.

We didn't have an LOI, so we left the "inviting party"-box empty. And we also gave them the address of a hotel in Samarkand that we haven't booked yet.

All in all, a very positive experience.
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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby wab » Sat Jun 24, 2017 12:07 pm

Super! Thanks for the info.
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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby Marena » Sun Jul 02, 2017 9:50 pm

Hi there,

I'm about to apply for the visa (german passport) but still unsure what to put in some of the fields. I'm going for the 30 days/multiple entry option. @bodenseeoverlander - do I understand correctly that you only put 1st - 31st of August as planned period of travel and no further specificaiton as to when you are going to exit and re-enter within this timeframe? They are asking for "Duration of Stay (days, for each entry)" in the form and I have no idea what to put as I haven't planned my exact itinary yet.
Also, there's a required field "Accompanied Persons (persons travelling together and inserted into applicant's passport)" --> "inserted into applicant's passport", what does that even mean? I'm travelling with a friend, should I put his name here, or is this meant for children travelling with their parents or what?

Hope someone can clear things up for me :-) thanks for your help.
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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby steven » Mon Jul 03, 2017 1:06 am

put 30 days, no itinerary needed.

accompanied persons means children
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Re: Embassy Report: Uzbekistan Visa in Berlin

Postby bodenseeoverlander » Sat Jul 08, 2017 9:55 am

Thanks Steven for the answer. We are on the road so it is sometimes difficult to follow the answers in this thread.

We did not send any itinerary and we did not use an LOI. Just leave the inviting party empty.
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