Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby xgo » Tue Jul 12, 2016 10:12 am

Thanks Steven and Andy, we managed to apply today for the visa in the Uzbekistan Embassy in Madrid - after 30 calls and 2 emails they said it'd be done in one week, fingers crossed. Easier this way...

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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby Rolof Stolk » Wed Jul 20, 2016 12:35 am

Hello everyone,

I am planning to get my Uzbek Visa in Bishkek at the 4th of August. It is not clear to me if there any price differences in getting a 7 - days, 15 -days or 30 - days visa in Bishkek?

I am a Dutch citizen.

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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby Rolof Stolk » Wed Jul 20, 2016 11:15 pm

Rolof Stolk wrote:Hello everyone,

I am planning to get my Uzbek Visa in Bishkek at the 4th of August. It is not clear to me if there any price differences in getting a 7 - days, 15 -days or 30 - days visa in Bishkek?

I am a Dutch citizen.

Thanks!


Found the answer on the Uzbek Embassy in Bishkek, it says 55 euro for 7 days, 65 euro for 15 days and 75 euro for 30 days for Visa fees (Not LOI).
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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby Rolof Stolk » Tue Jul 26, 2016 12:28 pm

Hello everyone,

When applying for visa do you only need your passport and the LOI, or also passport photos, etc.?
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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby SPR11 » Wed Aug 03, 2016 11:25 am

Hello all,

My partner and I (Dutch and UK citizens respectively) will be applying for our Uzbek visas in Bishkek in the coming weeks. We'll be getting LOIs ahead of time as well.

Question about stating our ports of entry and exit: we're planning on heading into Afghanistan after Uzbekistan. Is that considered suspicious/something we should avoid putting on our application? If we put a different port of exit, will we actually be required to exit at that point?
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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby Rolof Stolk » Tue Aug 09, 2016 11:44 am

Both on the offical online application form and invitation letter it doesnt say where you exit or enter, only the cities you would like to visit. The cities should be in the right order of visiting. So if you enter near tashkent but the first city on your application form is khiva, you might have a problem. Yet the uzbek visa sticker in your passport does not say anything about cities or place of entry /exit.
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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby steven » Sat Aug 13, 2016 10:13 am

SPR11 wrote:Question about stating our ports of entry and exit: we're planning on heading into Afghanistan after Uzbekistan. Is that considered suspicious/something we should avoid putting on our application? If we put a different port of exit, will we actually be required to exit at that point?


No, there is no mention of your port of exit on your visa. You can do as you please once you have it in your passport.
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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby Backpacker Bart » Sun Aug 14, 2016 6:25 pm

Planning to apply for a visa in Bishkek next month, just checking the latest status: on which days is the embassy open to apply for the visa?
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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby Karoutcho » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:39 am

Just applied this morning with two french passports, no LOI.

The place was empty : it took 5mn everything included, with a very friendly dude who speaks a perfect english.

Needed :
- The application form from internet
- One ID Photo
- One copy of the passport (presentation page)
- One copy of the Kyrgyz stamp.

We applied in Bishkek but will pick it up in Douchanbe.
As we are cycling, we didn't want fixed date. Surprisingly, the guy told us that in this case, it's not a problem : we will have a 3 months window to enter the country. (!)

We will pay in Douchanbe when we'll get the visa.
Actually, it was so quickly done that we forgot to ask for the price...

Reading the forum, getting the Uzbek visa looks like not so easy.
Our experience seems too easy to be true. Well, we'll figure it out in Douchanbe !

Hope it helps !
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Re: Embassy report: Uzbek visa in Bishkek

Postby SPR11 » Wed Aug 24, 2016 8:32 am

Got the visa yesterday. All is basically as described on the page. No appointment needed.I had an LOI, so got the visa right away. The visa fee was $75 for a 30 day visa, payable at a bank about two kilometer away.
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