Uruguay is a South American country known for its verdant interior and beach-lined coast. Traveling to Uruguay, you can enjoy the green countryside with sheep and cows, a land of rolling hills and verdant pastures, best explored on horseback like a true gaucho. Before traveling to Uruguay, check if you need a visa to enter this country.
2. Uruguay Visa Application Form
According to the citizens of 85 states and jurisdictions can enter Uruguay without a visa and stay for up to 90 days in the country. All the nationals of South America – except the citizens of Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana – can enter Uruguay only with an ID card. All the other visa-exempt nationals need a passport. The rest of the nationalities in the world need to apply for a visa at the nearest Uruguayan diplomatic mission.
You should contact directly to the nearest Uruguay embassy or consulate to check whether you need a visa to visit Uruguay. If you must apply for a visa at the embassy/consulate, you should first prepare a complete and signed visa application form and submit with the required documents.
Link to download Uruguay Visa Application Form
3. Guidelines for Completing the Form
– Complete the required information
- Personal information
- Passport information
- Contact details
- Marital Status Details
- Details of Sponsor
- Travel information
– Fill in the blank. Make sure to read all the instructions carefully and provide as much information as possible, avoid typing errors.
– After finishing the form, check all information again. The information filled in the form should be as clear and exact as possible.
– Finally, print the filled form out and sign it.
NOTE: The Visa application form should be completely filled and signed by Visa applicant and not another person. If the visa applicant is a minor (under 18), the application must be signed by a person having parental authority and their relationship should be included in parentheses (father, mother, guardian). If the visa applicant cannot sign, a cross may be used.
We strongly recommend that you verify critical information unique to your trip with the relevant embassy before travel. Check your eligibility before you apply. If you are eligible to apply you will find guidance on how to complete your application and the evidence you need to provide within the online application.