Uzbek border | Customs and Immigration

Uzbekistan

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We cross from Uzb. to Kazak. Passengers must lower the first door, their passage is very easy. At the coordinates there is the vehicle control. When we passed, we waited for someone who spoke English and they told us everything. The country's entry documents must be delivered with the photocopy of the passport of the driver and the vehicle (in another office they give you photocopies) but they did not ask for any hotel registration card. The passport, documents of the vehicle and the van controls were very short. Easy and friendly. There are toilets (but a bit dirty...).

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Kazakhstan > Uzbekistan. Complete chaos leaving me clueless. Drove past the line of trucks in the Kazakh side to front of the line where the circus begins. One officers waves you through while the other one signs us to stop. You get a paper which you need to get stamped twice. Drive to the line of trucks indicated with a bus sign. You still following? Show passport and car documents, get first stamp. Drive through and park car on the left side, walk to the right side to a small customs building with passport, car documents and import paper (they keep this). Then drive to the next barrier to small building on the left where you get the second stamp on the paper. At the barrier you get your passport stamped with Kazakh exit stamp. After the barrier you hand in the piece of paper to a military guy who seemed to ask for money but it wasn't very clear. Then the Uzbek side. They hose down your car and ask 15.000 some, don't pay! Then passerger exits and driver + car goes through something that might be an X-ray machine, I have no clue. Park car on the left and go to building on the right. Once inside you go to the second desk first, then the first desk, then the third desk. Here you also get a paper with stamp and leave your documents. Then go back to the car so they can search it very thoroughly. Once that is done go back inside and retrieve your documents. Once back at the car you receive your second stamp. Then one last simple hirdle: at the entry gate to Uzbekistan you give the piece of paper to the guy there and you're good to go.

All in all the whole process took about 2-2,5 hours.

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very easy process, friendly and helpfull staff. first all people go to passport control - booth at the right if coming from KZ. After only driver goes with passport, driving lic and car docs to customs. WARNING if you have dark or black window in the car you pay 15 usd/car. Keep the bill in case police checks you inside the country (no need to pay fine). Nothing else to pay, car gets 90 days of temp import. After leaving the gate, 500 m there is car insurance at the right side of the road. poster at the left side. 25 k som/14 days 50k/30 days. They really drive bad in UZ

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If you have too much time and want to spend your night at the no mans land, take this border. We came in at 6pm from kaz. That side was easy. On uzbek side, they took one car per two hour. You need to pay 15usd tax. Terrible border, super nasty people. The worst border in our one year travel around the world. Higly not recommended. We were out at 5 am.

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We cross from Uzb. to Kazak. Passengers must lower the first door, their passage is very easy. At the coordinates there is the vehicle control. When we passed, we waited for someone who spoke English and they told us everything. The country's entry documents must be delivered with the photocopy of the passport of the driver and the vehicle (in another office they give you photocopies) but they did not ask for any hotel registration card. The passport, documents of the vehicle and the van controls were very short. Easy and friendly. There are toilets (but a bit dirty...).

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