Does Uzbekistan require Covid test?

Travelers arriving at land borders may need to take a rapid screening test on arrival even if presenting a negative PCR test. Foreign citizens who test positive on arrival at a land border will be denied entry into Uzbekistan unless they are permanent residents of Uzbekistan.

Can Uzbek citizens have dual citizenship?

Uzbekistan does not recognize dual nationality. It considers any dual national to be solely an Uzbek citizen.

How strong is Uzbek passport?

The Uzbekistan passport ranking is 84; the number of visa free destinations accessible with a Uzbekistan passport is 60. Please note, the list of visa-free countries is calculated to reflect the number of countries Uzbekistan passport holders can enter without a visa, through a visa on arrival, and through the eTA.

Who can enter Uzbekistan without visa?

Citizens of the following countries and territories can visit Uzbekistan without a visa:

  • 90 days. Armenia. Azerbaijan. Belarus. Georgia. Kazakhstan.
  • 60 days. Kyrgyzstan.
  • 30 days. All European Union citizens. Andorra. Antigua and Barbuda. Argentina. Australia.
  • 10 days, for residents arriving via air only. China. Hong Kong. Macao. Bahrain.

Is Uzbekistan open now?

General. Uzbekistan’s borders are open for travelers, while many domestic restrictions are mostly lifted.

Does Uzbekistan have birthright citizenship?

A child whose parents are without citizenship, who have a permanent place of residence in the Republic of Uzbekistan, born in the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan, shall be a citizen of the Republic of Uzbekistan.

How can I get permanent residency in Uzbekistan?

Obtaining a permanent residence registration for persons with a residence permit in Uzbekistan upon arrival from other regions of the country. Foreign citizens and stateless persons with a residence permit in Uzbekistan can obtain a permit for permanent registration in a particular region of the republic.

Is Uzbekistan a Schengen country?

Schengen member states are Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

Can I buy a house in Uzbekistan?

In accordance with the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 92 of February 27, 1999, foreign citizens can purchase a residential property within Uzbekistan only if they have a residence permit (RP).

What is Uzbekistan’s policy on biometric passports?

According to the decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, effective July 1, 2014, all citizens of Uzbekistan, as well as individuals without citizenship resident in Uzbekistan, must use the biometric passports (biometric travel documents for stateless persons) in order to depart Uzbekistan.

What is the age limit for Uzbekistan passport?

This passport is a mandatory document for Uzbek citizens. The passport can be issued at any age. Minors up to two years old obtain passport with a maximum validity of two years.

How do I get a document from the Uzbekistan embassy?

The U.S. Embassy cannot assist in obtaining civil documents or verifying the accuracy of civil records in Uzbekistan. Documents can be requested through the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Washington, DC or the Consulate in New York by submitting an application requesting the document.

Is there a difference between US passport photos and Uzbek passport photos?

U.S. passport photographs are different from Uzbek passport photos and many photographers in Uzbekistan are not familiar with U.S. passport photo specifications. We strongly recommend that you learn the photo requirements for U.S. passports before you go the photographer.