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Fees for Services Offered by the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control Effective 1st July, 2015

SCHEDULE

FEES

PART 1- PASSPORTS, VISAS, PASSES, CERTIFICATES OF RESIDENCE, CITIZENSHIP AND OTHER FEES

 

ITEM

                                    MATTER

FEES

1.    

 

Passports

 

(a) 

 

Diplomatic passport

500,000/=

(b)

 

Service passport

400,000/=

(c) 

 

Ordinary  passport (48 pages)

250,000/=

(d)

 

Ordinary passport (64pages)

350,000/=

(e) 

 

Conventional Travel Documents (CTDs)

220,000/=

(f)  

 

Fee for express processing of passport

150,000/=

(g)

 

Courier fee sending passport to person outside Uganda

 10,000/=

(h)

 

Fee for certification of passport

30,000/=

(i)  

 

Fine for lost passport

100,000/=

(j)  

 

Mutilated passport

100,000/=

 

 

 

2.    

 

Visa Fees

 

(a) 

 

Single entry visa

US$ 50

(b)

 

Single East African tourist visa

US$ 100

(c) 

 

Multiple entry visa-

(i)  

6-12 months

(ii)

24 months

(iii)                     

36 months

 

US$ 100

US$ 150

US$ 200

(d)

 

Visa on arrival transaction charge

US$ 5

 

 

 

3.    

 

Certificate of residence

 

(a) 

 

5 years

US$ 4000

(b)

 

10 years

US$ 3500

(c) 

 

15 years

US$ 3500

(d)

 

For Life

US$ 3000

(e) 

 

Due to marriage to a Ugandan

US$ 2000

(f)  

 

Former Ugandan (for life)

US$  200

(g)

 

Processing fee non refundable)for Certificate of residence (not applicable to former Ugandans)

US$  200

 

 

 

4.    

 

Passes

 

(a) 

 

Student pass

US$ 100

(b)

 

Special pass  (3 months)

US$ 400

(c) 

 

Special pass Extension (2 months)

US$ 300

(d)

 

Intern or research pass

US$ 700

(e) 

 

Dependant pass: spouse

US$ 350

(f)  

 

Dependant pass: child

US$ 200

(g)

 

Dependant pass: others

US$ 1000

 

 

 

5.    

 

Citizenship

 

(a) 

 

Citizenship application processing fee (not applicable to former Ugandans and citizenship by naturalization)

 

US$ 200

(b)

 

Citizenship by registration

 

 

(i)Long/lawful stay

US$ 5000

 

(ii)Citizenship by marriage to a Ugandan

US$ 3000

 

(iii)Spouses to registered citizens

US$ 5000

(c) 

 

Citizenship by naturalization

UGX 100,000

(d)

 

Dual citizenship

 

 

(i)Dual citizenship by Ugandans in the diaspora

US$ 200

 

(ii)Dual citizenship-Non Ugandan

US$5000

(e) 

 

A Ugandan registering an adopted foreign child

US$ 500

(f)  

 

Replacement of citizenship certificate

 

 

(i)  

Naturalization

US$ 30

 

(ii)

Registration

US$ 500

 

     (ii)Dual-non Ugandan; and

US$ 500

 

     (iv)Dual-former Ugandan.

US$ 50

 

 

 

6.    

 

Other fees

 

(a) 

 

Appeal fees

US$ 500

(b)

 

Illegal stay (per day)

US$ 20

(c) 

 

Certification fees (per copy)

UGX 50,000

(d)

 

Replacement of entry Permit/certificate of residence and pass

US$ 300

(e) 

 

Review of passes, work permits, certificate of residence and citizenship applications

US$ 200

(f)  

 

Airlines or carriers for inadmissible passenger

US$ 3000

(g)

 

Certificate of identity

UGX 40,000

(h)

 

Temporary movement permit

UGX 10,000

 

 

 

                           PART II- WORK PERMITS

Item

                 Matter

       Fees per year

(a) 

 

Non-refundable prepayment fee on application of a work permit for Classes B1,C1,D,F,G2 and H.

US$ 1500

(b)

 

Class A2 Government contracts (foreign expatriates employees on Government contracts)

US$ 500

(c) 

 

 Class B1 (Agriculture)

US$ 2,500

(d)

 

Class B2 (Agro processing)

           US$400

(e) 

 

Class C1 (Mining of other minerals)  

US$2,500

(f)  

 

Class C2 (Mining of gold, copper, iron ore, silca , phosphate, limestone and marble)

           US$400

(g)

 

Class D (Business and trade)

US$ 2,500

(h)

 

Class E (investors in manufacturing sector) 

          US$400

(i)  

 

Class F (Professionals)

US$3,000

(j)  

 

Class G1 (missionaries and volunteers in NGOs)

US$250

(k)

 

Class G2 (expatriates employment) including salaried foreign employees in NGOs.

US$ 2500

(l)  

 

Class G3 (Rare skilled foreign nationals employed in  agro- processing, mining of selected minerals (gold, copper, iron ore, silca, phosphate, limestone, marble) and manufacturing

US$ 400

(m)       

 

Class H (ordinary residents)

US$ 1500

(n)

 

Six month work permit

Half of the prescribed fee in respect of every class except permits of US$400 and GI (missionaries and volunteers in NGOs) who will still pay US$ 400 and US$ 250 respectively.

  7.

TANZANIA

 

 

Citizens of the United Republic of Tanzania, irrespective of class of entry permit

US$ 1550