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Visa & registration

Kyrgyz Embassies and Consulates abroad

Kyrgyz Embassies # Country Address Tel/Fax www/e-mail 1 Austria Vienna, Invalidenstr.3/8 1030 +(431) 535-03-79 kyrbot@nnweb.at 2 Belarus Minsk, 57 Starovilenskaya St . +(37517) 234-91-17, 234-16-02 manas@nsys.minsk.by www.kgembassy.by 3 Germany Berlin, 146 Otto-Suhr-Allee, 10585 +(4930) 347-81-338, 347-81-362 info@botschaft-kirgisien.de www.botschaft-kirgisien.de 4 Great Britain and North Ireland London, W1U 6BJ Askot House 119 Crowford St. +(4420) 7935-7449, 7935-1462…


Foreign Embassies and Consulates in Kyrgyzstan

Embassies Location: Bishkek city # Embassy Address Tel/fax www/e-mail 1 Afghanistan 210 Gorkogo St. (0312) 69-01-69 – 2 Belarus 210 Moskovskaya St. (0312) 65-13-65 kyrgyzstan@belembassy.org 3 China 196 Toktogula St. (0312) 62-19-05 fax: 62-19-05 Chinaembassy@mail.ru 4 France 49 Razakova St. (0312) 66-00-53 fax: 66-04-41 france-kg@elcat.kg 5 Germany 28 Razakova St. (0312) 90-50-00 fax: 66-66-30 info@bishkek.diplo.de…


Citizens of countries for which a “visa free” regime operates

Azerbaijan, Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria , Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Georgia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Malaysia (for “service” and tourist purposes up to 1month), Moldavia, Mongolia (for up to 3 months), North Korea, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkey (for up to 1 month), Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yugoslavia.


Citizens of countries for which a “simplified visa” regime operates

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Korea, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA. Citizens of 28 countries (pls. see the list of countries for which a simplified visa regime operates) do not have to register if their stay…


Visa Free Regime

Citizens of the following countries do not need visas: Azerbaijan, Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Georgia,   Japan, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Malaysia (for “service” and tourist purposes up to 1month), Moldavia, Mongolia (for up to 3 months), North Korea, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, Turkey (for up to 1 month),…


Simpified Visa Regime

In 2002 arrangements were made so that the citizens of some 28 Western countries could obtain a visa, valid for up to one month, from Kyrgyz Consular Office, without an invitation – on the basis of a personal application.  This was confirmed by an order from the government – No. 213 – dated 15/04/2003, and…


The “Ordinary” Visa Regime

The "Ordinary" Visa Regime, (although it is not referred to as such in the legislation): Citizens of all other countries are required to have an invitation – and this involves applying for visa support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bishkek, (basically having the invitation registered and approved). In addition: Citizens of certain countries…


Tourist visas

Tourist visas are usually valid for one month only and can be extended for a second month, for example at the Central OVIR office in Bishkek, although – in effect consular officials issue a new visa to run consecutive to the first. At the Central OVIR office in Bishkek, you have to write a letter of…


Transit visas

A Transit visa is valid for a single entry, usually for three days only – although maybe up to five days – and is issued on the basis of an invitation from the organization of a third country, an existing visa to a third country or an air/rail ticket in a third country. It used…


No of entries

A visa can be for a single entry, double entry (two entries – for example allowing a visit to a neighboring country such as Kazakhstan or China as part of the visit), or multiple entry. When the visa takes the form of rubber stamp imprint placed on a page – a single entry visa carries…


 
 
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