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Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 12:31 pm
by amar739
Just received e-visa :) in 3 days.

But ....

Applied for visa from Sept 24th 2018 and received visa date 24th August 2018 :D

did someone faced same error ?

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 6:39 am
by Adventure_in_blood
Hello guys, I am in a weird confusion. I am a Bangladeshi citizen and I am eligible for Kyrgyzstan e-Visa. But the confusion started when I have been told by some travel agencies that the citizens of some countries including Bangladeshi citizens get frequently rejected if they apply for e-Visa. So some travel agencies discouraged me to opt for e-Visa and at the same time advised me to get an invitation letter and apply at the Embassy. I am seriously confused about this issue. Is it really true? If it's true then why would Kyrgyzstan government allow these citizens to apply for e-Visa if they reject them frequently in the first place? Why wouldn't they just produce a legislation that the citizens of these certain countries are not eligible for e-Visa and are advised to apply at the Embassy? I simply don't understand. Applying at the Embassy is a big hassle, time consuming and expensive. I probably have to get an invitation letter, then go to a third country for the visa because there is no Kyrgyz Embassy in my country. Big big hassle!

Now I am extremely confused whether should I apply for e-Visa or apply at the Embassy. I will really appreciate if someone gimme the right information if that rejection talks are true or not and help me get the right decision . Thanks in advance.

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:07 am
by steven
Adventure_in_blood wrote: Is it really true? If it's true then why would Kyrgyzstan government allow these citizens to apply for e-Visa if they reject them frequently in the first place?


Yes, it's true. Why they do this? Kyrgyzstan in very corrupt and lawmakers are not competent people. There is also a lot of competition. So some people want to make it easy for people to come to Kyrgyzstan, but others do not, it means they cannot earn bribes anymore from them. So it's a competition.

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Sun Nov 18, 2018 7:18 am
by Adventure_in_blood
Hey Steven, thanks for the reply. Now I got it :)

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2019 5:27 am
by lanreobaf
So I'm Nigerian. Love to travel, been to 102 countries already. I wanted to use Caravanistan to obtain a LOI but they do not apply on behalf of Nigerians. So my question is, does it make a difference if I have a residence permit in an EU country. Not that I actually live there, I got it by making a large investment in the country, but anyways I do have it. Would they process my LOI with an EU residence permit?

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Mon Apr 01, 2019 10:09 am
by steven
Hi,

there are Nigerians in Kazakhstan, not sure if there are any in Kyrgyzstan. In any case, we always get refused when we apply for African nationalities except for South Africa. So we don't apply to not waste anyone's time.

Residence permit in EU does not make a difference.

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Thu Apr 25, 2019 12:15 pm
by Omertsur56
Hello Steven.
I have started my e-visa application (30 days single entry) I am of Israeli nationality. I am due to arrive in Kyrgyzstan on August 12th (approximately). The furthest date the e-visa site lets you put in is July 25th. If the e-visa would be approved for the July 25th as the date of entry, whould this cause a problem in entering on August 12th and exiting on September 1st?
Another question that came up, if I wrote that I am unemployed (as an answer to the question in the application form), will that be a problem?
Thank you!

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 7:12 am
by steven
Hi,

evisa has a validity usually 90 days from the date of approval it means that tourist has to enter Kyrgyzstan within 90 days from the date of visa approval and 30 days stay period will count from the date of entry to the Kyrgyzstan.

If you apply now, your visa will be approved in may. And validity will start in may. I advice to apply in late June

It is better to show employed status rather then unemployd.

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Mon Apr 29, 2019 5:30 pm
by Omertsur56
Thanks for the answer, unfortunately I've already sent the application. Anyway, if the Evisa would be denied can I apply in a Kyrgystan embassy for a visa and is there a chance that it will be approved?

Re: Kyrgyzstan E-Visa Q&A

Posted: Wed May 01, 2019 9:17 am
by steven
Yes, you can still apply at an embassy.