If you require only to have a formal invitation letter for your country to issue an exit
from your country and or to process your visa at the Republic of Uzbekistan Embassy in your own country for ICI2008
conference in Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan, please contact the conference general chair for invitation letter only:
guy.omidyar@IEEE.org The earlier the better.
Citizens of countries other than Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, UK,
and USA, are required to undergo a visa support procedure and obtain a reference number from MFA of Uzbekistan. Citizens
of the above countries may require to request for visa support, if they are obtaining Uzbekistan Visa outside of
their country of citizenship. For more detail please see the Uzbekistan government web site at:
For those of you visa support is required, the procedures are as follows:
Please download and fill out visa request form this link: [
DOC]. Scan a copy of your main page of your passport and send it to the following address by email attachment and or
Fax. Visa support requires up to one month time to be processed.
All requests for ICI2008 should be sent to:
Head of TUIT international department Mr.Yusupov Sobir Email: email@example.com
Mr.Yusupov would help you on visa support, invitation letter and other related issues.
Tel: (998 71) 235 09 00
Fax: (998 71)235 10 40
For additional information please contact:
Medetov Seytkamal, ICI2008 Secretariat,
Visa Information for Republic of Uzbekistan
The states with which the Republic of Uzbekistan has established a visa-free regime or withdrawals from a visa
Entry visa can be obtained in the consular missions of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad. In Tashkent Airport visas
can only be issued to those persons, who are arriving from the countries where the Republic of Uzbekistan does not
have permanent diplomatic or consular missions.
The Republic of Uzbekistan has missions in following countries: Afghanistan, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium (Luxemburg),
Great Britain, Germany, Egypt, Italy, India, Indonesia (Vietnam), Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Korea,
Latvia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, USA (Canada), Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Ukraine, France,
Japan; and consular departments in following cities: Athens (Greece), Dubai (UAE), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), New-York
(USA), Bangkok (Thailand), Istanbul (Turkey), Frankfurt-am-main (Germany), Mazari-Sharif (Afghanistan). Due date of
visa issue for persons wishing to visit Uzbekistan upon invitation by legal entities or permanent missions of foreign
countries, international organizations accredited in the Republic of Uzbekistan and private persons is not to exceed 4
working days after application submission day.
Tourist visas are issued by consular departments of Uzbekistan abroad, due date for issuing such visas is also not to
exceed 4 working days after application submission day.
Prior to obtaining business and tourist visas one should fill out appropriate visa application forms and present
documents, the list of which is to be provided by diplomatic or consular missions of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
To obtain transit visa one should fill out visa application form and present passport with the visa of the destination
country, and travel documents with the confirmation of departure date from Uzbekistan.
Foreign citizens visiting Uzbekistan can accommodate in hotels or take different housing at their option.
Foreign citizens are liable to get temporary residence permit upon arrival in Uzbekistan within 3 days except for
holidays and weekends. Registration is made by internal affairs officials according to visa expiration date depending
on the type of visit. Registration of foreign citizens is also made in hotels.
Heads of parliamentary and government delegations, members of their family, technical staff of the delegation, persons
arrived in Uzbekistan with UNO passports and foreign citizens staying in Uzbekistan for less than 15 days and minors
are exempted from getting temporary residence permit.