Travelers from the Dominican Republic who violate their Uganda e-visa regulations may risk fines, expulsion, or possibly barring from future trips to the nation. Legal action may be taken in situations of overstays of more than 60 days, depending on the length of the overstay. Therefore, applicants should check the expiration date on their e-visa before arriving in Uganda and depart the country before their given remaining time expires to avoid overstaying.
If a visitor wishes to stay in Uganda for longer, they must request a visa extension through the official Ugandan Embassy or Consulate. It is critical to remember that visa extension requests are not guaranteed, and such requests should be avoided on the last day of the initially issued visa period. Apply for a Uganda eVisa now!