Visa Types for Foreign Nationals
The Republic of Kazakhstan has three Consular Sections in the U.S. - each covering a specific geography of U.S. states. Permanent and full-time residents of each state must direct all questions, and submit all visa applications, fee payments and consular business to the Consular section assigned by one's state residency.

Which Consular Section are you Assigned?

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Required Documents for a Successful Visa Application

  • Valid passport: You must submit your passport valid for at least 3 months longer than the validity of the requested visa. The passport must have at least two blank pages for a visa and entry and exit stamps.
  • Visa Application: A separate visa application form must be completed for each person. All fields must be completed, otherwise your application may be refused. Please see Visa application instructions for details. Download the visa application form.
  • Photo: One passport size (3,5x4,5 or 5x5cm) photo of the applicant, which should be stapled to the marked space in the upper right hand corner of the application form. Please see Photo requirements for details.
  • Letter of Request: A letter with a request to issue a visa addressed to the Consular Section of the Embassy of Kazakhstan. Please, indicate your name, the purpose of your trip, your contact in Kazakhstan, the dates of your planned trip, and places to be visited.
  • Photocopy of your passport’s main page.
  • Citizens whose country does not have a visa-free entry regime with the Republic of Kazakhstan require an invitation letter from Migration Service of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan.
  • All visa applications must include a self-addressed return envelope with pre-paid postage. Applications are incomplete without this return envelope.
  • Applicants may need to schedule an interview. Please confirm with the consular section assigned to your U.S. state of residency.