Uruguay Visa for Americans

Either Atlys doesn't support Uruguay visa or Uruguay doesn't requires visa for United States citizens.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the required documents for the Uruguay visa for Indians?

When applying for your Uruguay visa as an Indian, you need the following documents:

  • Passport: Your passport must be valid for 6 months after you leave Uruguay.

  • Application Form: An accurately completed application form.

  • Photo: A recent passport-sized photo.

  • Copy of Passport: 1x photocopy of your passport.

  • Proof of Accommodation: Show proof of your accommodation, such as hotel reservations.

  • Flight Tickets: Submit your flight tickets to show your departure date.

  • Proof of Finance: Provide proof of funds that can cover your stay in Uruguay, such as bank statements, proof of salary, and an international credit card.

  • Medical Certificate: Provide a medical certificate from an approved medical examiner.

Can Indians get a Uruguay e-visa?

No, Indians can not get an Uruguay e-visa. Instead, they can apply for a Uruguay visa online through Atlys. Atlys will guide you through the application and collect your documents from you to submit them at the embassy on your behalf.

Can Indians get a Uruguay visa on arrival?

No, there is no Uruguay visa on arrival for Indians. You must have an approved visa before travelling to Uruguay.

Do I need to attend an interview when applying for a Uruguay visa?

Generally, there is no interview needed for the Uruguay visa. However, if the authorities find it necessary to do so with more complex applications, they will request an interview.

How long in advance must I apply for my Uruguay visa?

To allow sufficient processing time, it is advised to apply at least 3-4 weeks before your travelling date.

What is the easiest way for Indians to get a Uruguay visa?

The easiest way to get a visa for Uruguay is through Atlys. Atlys works with government partners to allow you a smooth and hassle-free application. The application steps will be as follows: 

  • You complete the online application.

  • Atlys will collect your documents from you via courier.

  • Atlys will verify your documents to ensure they meet the requirements.

  • After visa approval, Atlys will collect your visa from the embassy and courier it back to you.

What should I do if my visa is rejected?

If your visa is rejected, you can reapply for your visa. To do so, you must ensure that all your documents are provided and you meet the requirements.

Reapplying for your visa causes you to pay the visa fees again since the government or visa portals will not refund them. Luckily, you can apply through Atlys, where you are guaranteed a refund of up to ₹8000 or $100 on rejected visas. This refund will not include the service fee.

How long can I stay in Uruguay with a tourist visa?

The tourist visa for Uruguay allows you to stay for up to 30 days.

Is travel insurance required for the Uruguay visa?

No, travel insurance is not mandatory when applying for a Uruguay visa. However, it is always advised to have travel insurance when visiting a foreign country.

How can I check my visa status?

You can check the status of your visa on the Atlys app. 

  • Download the Atlys app.

  • Click on your profile.

  • Choose the visa type you have applied for.

  • Once you click on the visa, you will see its current status.

How long does the Uruguay visa take to process?

The tourist visa for Uruguay usually takes about 15 days to process. However, this time can be longer if your application gets delayed.

How can I pay for my visa on Atlys?

You can pay for your visa on Atlys using a credit/debit card or an approved mobile wallet.

Can the visa for Urugua be used for multiple entries?

Yes, if you apply through the embassy, you can get a multi-entry visa, allowing you to enter Uruguay multiple times on a single visa.

Can I be employed in Uruguay with a tourist visa?

No, you can not work in Uruguay with a tourist visa. You must have a valid employment visa when working in the country.

What are some reasons that can cause my visa to be rejected?

There are a bunch of factors that can cause your visa to be rejected, such as:

  • Incomplete documents.

  • Not having enough funds to cover your stay in Uruguay.

  • Your passport is close to the expiry date.

  • Lack of proof of intent to return to your home country.

  • You are not providing proof of accommodation.