Visa issues

About E-VISA

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan has launched e-Visa portal to facilitate visa issuance process for genuine travellers.

Travelers have possibility to obtain a short-term visa without visiting еmbassy or consular office of the Kyrgyz Republic, following two simple steps: applying and making online payment. Electronic visa application does not require more information than traditional paper application and it grants the same right to enter Kyrgyzstan territory as ordinary sticker-visa in the passport.

Applying for a visa through this portal has lots of advantages. No need to make an appointment or present original documents to the Embassy or Consular Office.

All you need is internet connection, credit or debit card for making payment and scanned copies of your documents.

You can check if you are eligible for e-Visa by going Home Page >>> Get information >>> Do I need visa? and selecting your country/region of travel document. Each traveler must obtain a separate e-Visa, including infants and children (even if children/infants are included in their parents’ passports). Your travel document must be valid for at least 6 months from the date you intend to enter Kyrgyzstan.

Additional information can be found on the website of the «Electronic visa» www.evisa.e-gov.kg, as well as by sending an e-mail to evisa.kg@gmail.com.

Under Agreements between the Government of Republic of Belarus,  the Government of Republic of Kazakhstan, the Government of Kyrgyz Republic,  the Government of Russian Federation, the Government of Republic of Tajikistan on mutual visa-free travels, signed in Minsk on November 30, 2000,  for citizens of Republic of Belarus,  the Government of Republic of Kazakhstan,   the Government of Kyrgyz Republic,  the Government of Russian Federation, the Government of Republic of Tajikistan the visa-free regime is established.

Under Agreement on visa-free travels of citizens of member-states of the Commonwealth of Independent States, on the territories of its members for citizens, holding all the categories of national passports the visa-free regime is established: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova

In the framework of previously concluded agreements between former USSR and following foreign states (on the base of international law principle of implicit consent to the continuation of international commitments till new agreements) the visa-free regime is established:

1.Socialist republic of Vietnam (Agreement between the Government of USSR and the Government of Socialist republic of Vietnam about conditions of mutual travels of citizens, signed on July 15, 1981;

2. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (Agreement between the Government of USSR and the Government of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea about conditions of mutual travels of citizens, signed on January 22, 1986);

3. Republic of Cuba (Agreement between the Government of USSR and the Government of Republic of Cuba about conditions of mutual travels of citizens, signed on January 10, 1985;

4.Lao People Democratic Republic (Agreement between the Government of USSR and the Government of Lao People Democratic Republic about visa-free regime for citizens, making business trips and holding diplomatic or service passports, signed on December 20, 1984.

Under Agreements between Kyrgyz Republic and following foreign states the visa-free regime is established:

1. Malaysia (visa-free regime to the term up to 30 days, Agreement between the Government of Kyrgyz Republic and the Government of Malaysia about partial abolition of visa-regime, signed in Kuala-Lumpur on July 20, 1995);

2. Turkey (visa-free regime to the term up to 60 days, Agreement between the Government of Kyrgyz Republic and the Government of Republic of Turkey about    mutual travels of citizens, signed in Ankara on September 5, 2006);

3. Ukraine (visa-free regime to the term up to 90 days, Agreement between the Government of Kyrgyz Republic and the  Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine about   mutual  travels of citizens,  signed in Kiev on  February 25, 2004);

4.Uzbekistan (visa-free regime to the term up to 60 days, Agreement between the Government of Kyrgyz Republic and the  Government of Republic of Uzbekistan about   mutual  travels of citizens,  signed in Tashkent on  September 3, 2006);

5. Mongolia (visa-free regime to the term up to 90 days, Agreement between the Government of Kyrgyz Republic and the  Government of Mongolia  about  conditions of mutual  travels of citizens,  signed in Bishkek on  December 4, 1999);

In accordance with the Law of Kyrgyz Republic  introducing visa waiver for citizens of several countries, visa-free regime  to the term up to 60 days for  citizens of following countries  is unilaterally entered:

1. Australia 

2. Austria 

3. Belgium 

4. Bosnia and Herzegovina 

5. Bahrain 

6. Brunei Darussalam 

7. Canada 

8. Croatia 

9. Czech Republic 

10. Denmark 

11. Estonia 

12. Finland 

13. France 

14. Germany 

15. Greece 

16. Hungary 

17. Iceland 

18. Ireland 

19. Italy 

20. Japan

21. Korea 

22. Kuwait 

23.Latvia 

24. Liechtenstein 

25. Lithuania 

26. Luxembourg 

27.Malta 

28.Monaco 

29. Netherland 

30.New Zealand 

31. Norway 

32. Poland 

33. Portugal 

34. Qatar   

35. Saudi Arabia 

36. Singapore 

37. Slovakia 

38. Slovenia 

39. Spain 

40. Switzerland 

41. Sweden 

42. UK 

43. United Arab Emirates 

44. USA

45. Vatican 

In accordance with Government Resolutions №87 from 07.02.2009 №125 from 12.07.2010  №405 from 25/07/2011 Citizens of the following states may apply for the simplified visa procedure  

1.Andorra   

2. Montenegro

3. Albania  

4.Iran (business and touristic visas)

5.Oman

6.Argentine    

7.Philippines

8.Brazil    

9.Romania

10.Bulgaria    

11.Cyprus     

12.Chile    

13.Serbia

14.San Marino

15.South Africa

16.Indonesia      

17.Thailand

18.Israel   

19.Venezuela

20.Macedonia  

21.Mexico    

Under Agreements   on mutual visa-free regime to the term specified in these agreements, citizens of the following states, holding diplomatic and service passports have visa free regime

 

1. Hungary (up to 30 days)

2. China (up to 30 days)

3. Turkmenistan (up to 30 days)

4. Iran (up to 30 days)

5. Slovakia (up to 30 days)

6. Korea (up to 30 days)

7.Indonezia (up to 30 days)

8. India (up to 90 days)

9. Poland (up to 30 days)

10.Qatar (up to 90 days)

11. Estonia (up to 90 days)

12.France (up to 90 days within 180 days’ period)

13. Italy (up to 90 days within 180 days’ period).