Applicants can reapply for a Uganda e-visa if their previous application was rejected. Nevertheless, it is crucial to comprehend why your application was first denied and take steps to rectify the problem before reapplying. Make sure your new application is error-free and meets all requirements to avoid being denied once more.
The common reason your visa application might be denied is if you submit it inconsistently or incompletely. Immigration officials review applications to make sure they are accurate and complete. If there are any missing documents, omitted information, or contradicting details, the likelihood of your visa being denied increases. Applicants must carefully check their forms to make sure the required documents are included to avoid this.
Before reapplying for Uganda e-visa, you need to prepare all required documents below:
- The passport needs to be valid for at least 06 months from the entry date to Uganda
- At least 2 two blank pages for visa stamping purposes.
- A digital photo of the applicant.
- A credit or debit card is necessary for the Uganda e-visa payment.
- Provide your personal contact information.
- Supporting documents (if applicable): additional information or documentation may be requested for your application.
Additionally, before reapplying, consider contacting our experts if you have any questions or require assistance with the reasons for denial. Read more about the most common mistakes when applying for an Uganda e-Visa.