Uzbekistan e-visa Q&A

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devonys
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As an update for future individuals, I called the hotline number on the website and they had my visa emailed to me within 12 hours, by around midnight the night beforehand I flew Astana to Tashkent! So, my advice is call the hotline :)
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YosephG
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I have a double entry e-visa valid for 30 days within 3 months. I entered about 45 days ago for 3 days and left. Am I correct in assuming that I am allowed 27 more days inside Uzbekistan within that 3 month period? Or do my 30 days start running after I've first entered, and continue running even after I've left?

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jenn8five
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Post by jenn8five »

After many many attempts and countless head banging, I was able to successfully submit applications for myself and my bf by doing the following on Mac Chrome:

Passport photo:
  • light colored background (mine is blue, his is off-white)
    90% of the pic is face and 10% neck
    35x45 mm
    300 DPI
    jpg file name in all lower case, no space- used underscore (_)
Photo of passport:
  • scanned in color
    45x35 mm
    300DPI
    jpg file name in all lower case, no space- used underscore (_)
Confirmation was received immediately on Gmail. Despite the 12 hour activation disclosure, it was available immediately and payment was successfully made using a U.S. issued Visa credit card by Chase bank.

I think the biggest blocker for us was that our passport photos weren't initially cropped to their liking. They only want the full face and maybe about 3/4 of the neck. No shoulders
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