Belarusian residents who exceed the duration of their Uganda e-visa may face penalties, deportation, and/or future travel restrictions to the country. Overstays beyond 90 days might lead to legal enforcement actions, depending on the length of the overstay. To avoid overstaying, Belarusian nationals should verify the validity date on their e-visa prior to arriving in Uganda and should depart before their authorized stay period ends.
If Belarusian citizen wishes to extend their stay in Uganda beyond the permitted duration, they should exit the country before the expiration date and apply for a new e-visa, or contact the Ugandan Embassy for more assistance. It's crucial to remember that approval for visa extensions is not guaranteed, and applicants should refrain from applying on the last day of their granted visa duration to avoid complications.