An official list of Visa Exempt countries to Uganda was released on Monday by the Country’s Ministry of Internal Affairs.
- There are 37 countries on the list whose citizens may visit Uganda without a visa. The nationals of the countries listed do not require a visa in order to enter Uganda.
- As the term implies, a visa is an official document that permits the bearer to enter a foreign country. It is usually attached to the bearer’s passport.
- There are several different types of visas, each of which confers different rights on the bearer.
According to the list, citizens of 37 countries are permitted to visit Uganda without requiring a visa.
In other words, people who are citizens of the countries listed will not be required to apply for a Visa in order to enter Uganda.
What is a Visa?
Visas are official documents allowing the bearer to legally enter a foreign country. Visas can be issued in two ways: by stamping or by sticking them to the passport of the bearer.
There are several different types of visa, each of which grants the bearer a particular set of rights in the country of residence.
Visiting Uganda without a visa
Here is the complete list of countries for which Uganda does not require a visa:
- South Sudan
- Sierra Leone
- St. Vincent-Tonga
- Trinidad & Tobago
- United Nations Laissez-passer
- Solomon Islands, The Grenadines
— Ministry of ICT&NG (@MoICT_Ug) December 5, 2022
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