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New Fees and Payment system for services at the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control

Date: 
Wednesday, July 1, 2015

The Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development under the Finance Act, 2015 makes provision for:
i.    Increase of passport fees and introduction of passports process in two working days under section 3 of the Finance Act No 10 of 2014.
Uganda Citizenship and Immigration Control Act, CAP 66

Uganda Citizenship and Immigration Control Act, CAP 66

Part I - Passports

 

(a) Diplomatic

 

Uses. 300,000

(b) Official

Ushs. 250,000

(c) Ordinary

Ushs. 150,000

(d) East African

Ushs. 80,000

(e) Convectional Travel Document (CTD)

Ushs. 120,000

(f) Passports within two Working Days

Ushs. 300,000

ii.    Increase of Single Entry Visa fees under section 4 sub paragraph (i), of the Finance Act No 10 of 2014.

Facility

Fee

Single Entry Visa

USD 100

iii.    A non refundable prepayment fee on application for a work permit of USD 1500 for applicants for work permits under section 5 sub Paragraphs (1), (2), (3), and (4) of the Finance Act No 10 of 2014.
The above fee was introduced mainly for the purpose of making applicants commit themselves while applying for work permits and successful applicants would have to top up, while those who are unsuccessful would forfeit it.
The Work Permit categories affected by this new measure are;

Class of Work (Entry) Permit

 

Pre Payment (Non Refundable)

Class B (Agriculture)

 

USD 1500

Class C (mining)

USD 1500

Class D (Business and trade)

USD 1500

Class E (Manufacturing)

USD 1500

Class F (Professionals)

USD 1500

Class G (Expatriate employment)

USD 1500

This is therefore, to inform the public that effective 1st July, 2015, inform our esteemed clients and the general Public that the new fees and payment system shall apply.

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30th June 2015