How do I extend my Uganda visa?

All you have to do is, click on the website of the Uganda Immigration Authorities and add the important information asked on the site. You will be required to fill the form, attach the supporting documents, and submit. The authorities will go through your profile and process the extension.

What happens if your visa expires in Uganda?

The immigration department and visa policy of Uganda, does not grant permission to stay with an Expired Uganda visa. The visitor can only stay in the country if they have an approved visa extension pass or they should re-enter.

Can a visa be extended?

Visas are generally issued for a period of six months, but an additional maximum extension of six months can be granted based on the USCIS approval.

How do I ask for a visa extension?

If you want to extend your I-94 date or extend US visitor visa stay in the United States, you must file a request with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on the Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Non-immigrant Status before your authorized stay expires.

What documents do I need for visa extension?

You’ll need to provide:

  • all your names.
  • your date of birth.
  • your current passport or other valid travel ID.
  • copies of the photo page and any visa or entry stamps in your previous passports.
  • a copy of your biometric residence permit, if you have one.
  • details of any previous immigration applications you’ve made.
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How much is a Ugandan visa?

Single-entry e-Visa: US$50; East African tourist e-Visa: US$100. Multiple-entry e-Visa: US$100 (six to 12 months), US$150 (12 to 24 months), US$200 (24 to 36 months).