Ecuadorian citizens exceeding the permitted duration on their Uganda e-visa may face penalties, deportation, or future travel restrictions. Legal actions may be taken for overstays exceeding 90 days. To avoid overstaying, Ecuadorian nationals should check the expiration date on their e-visa before arriving in Uganda and depart the country before the authorized stay period expires.
If a citizen of Ecuador wishes to extend their stay in Uganda beyond the allowed period, they can apply for a visa extension through the official Ugandan Embassy or Consulate. It's important to note that visa extension requests are not guaranteed, and it's advisable to avoid making such requests on the last day of the initially granted visa duration.