Entry may be refused to passengers not holding\r\nsufficient funds, return or onward tickets, and other necessary travel\r\ndocuments.
Passport valid past the date of expected departure from\r\nUganda required by all.
All nationals should acquire a visa to Uganda\r\nexcept the nationals of the following countries:
\r\n(a) nationals of Angola, Antigua & Barbuda,\r\nThe Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Burundi, Comoros, Cyprus, Eritrea, Fiji, The\r\nGambia, Ghana, Grenada, Jamaica, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Malta,\r\nMauritius, Rwanda, St Vincent & the Grenadines, Seychelles, Sierra Leone,\r\nSingapore, Solomon Islands, Swaziland, Tanzania, Tonga, Vanuatu, Zambia and\r\nZimbabwe;
(b) Transit passengers continuing to a third\r\ncountry by the same or first connecting flight within 24 hours, provided\r\nholding confirmed tickets and travel documents and not leaving the airport.
Requirements for a Business Visa:
Requirements\r\nfor a Tourist Visa
Note: Visas\r\nmay be issued at the point entry on arrival to Uganda; check with your local\r\nEmbassy for further details
Single-entry: Three months from the date of issue;
\r\nMultiple-entry: Six months from the date of issue.
Application to: Consular\r\nsection at the Embassy (see Contact Addresses section).
(a) Passport valid past the date of your expected departure\r\nfrom Uganda.
\r\n(b) Copy of the foreign passport (Data page)
\r\n(c) Completed application form (the form is available on the site).
\r\n(d) One recent passport-size photo (with full name printed on the back of one).
\r\n(e) Visa fee (cash only)
Note: Working journalists\r\nrequire a letter of accreditation issued by the Secretary of the Media Council,\r\nDept of Information, PO Box 7142, Kampala (tel: (41) 232 734; fax: (41) 256 888\r\nor 342 259).
Visa processing days required: Two.