A certificate of return to the Republic of Uzbekistan (hereinafter referred to as a certificate) is issued by diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad to citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan and stateless persons permanently residing in Uzbekistan in the event of loss, damage, expiration, expiration of pages of a passport of a citizen of the Republic of Uzbekistan or a travel card document of a stateless person (hereinafter referred to as identity documents), as well as if the person has not been previously documented passport.
To obtain a certificate, the applicant fills out an application form for confirmation of identity on the website of the foreign institution and attaches an electronic photograph to it.
Application form - an application for confirmation of identity and issuance of a certificate can be filled out on the Foreign Ministry’s interactive website http://consulate.mfa.uz/.
To obtain a certificate, the applicant submits the following documents to the overseas office.
- completed, printed out with a bar code on paper and signed by the applicant application form in 3 copies;
- two color photographs measuring 3.5x4.5 cm;
- The original identity document (in case of damage, expiration or expiration of pages);
- as far as possible, a document issued by the competent authorities of the host country, confirming the loss of an identity document, a copy of a lost identity document and / or other document confirming the identity of the applicant, issued by authorized bodies of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
- A copy of the birth certificate and passports of parents (for persons not previously documented by a passport);
- receipt of payment of consular fees and fees for reimbursement of actual expenses.
The issuance of a certificate is carried out only after receiving the relevant confirmation from the competent authorities of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
The certificate is issued for a period of validity of one month. In exceptional cases (state of health, detention in a country where there is no consular post) up to three months. The certificate is not renewable.
The certificate is issued for each person separately. Minor children are not allowed on the certificate.
In the case of the issuance of a certificate due to the expiration, spoilage or expiration of the pages of an identity document, this document must be submitted to a foreign institution.
Upon arrival in the Republic of Uzbekistan, the applicant must submit a certificate no later than 10 days after arrival at the local authorities for a new passport.
A consular fee of US $ 50 and a fee for reimbursement of actual expenses in the amount of US $ 5 are charged for the issuance and issuance of the certificate.
Children under 16 years of age are exempted from paying the consular fee for issuing and issuing a certificate.
In the following cases, the applicant may be refused a certificate of return to the Republic of Uzbekistan:
- communication of knowingly false information about yourself or the falsity of the loss of a travel document;
- non-compliance of the submitted documents with the established requirements (incomplete list, incorrect completion).