My Uzbekistan


Hospitality is one of the main traditions of the East. Uzbekistan is no exception. Here hospitably receive guests and provide them with the conditions to permanently settle in the ancient land of Uzbekistan. Moving to this state assumes a quiet and comfortable life.

Entering Uzbekistan

Visa-free entry into Uzbekistan for 30 days has been established for some countries of the world.

Uzbekistan is the first country in the region to start issuing IT visas to foreigners under the TASHRUSH relocation program.

From April 1, 2022, IT visas are issued for investors, founders of IT companies, and IT specialists and their family members. The validity period of the visa is up to 3 years, with the possibility of unimpeded entry and exit from Uzbekistan during the validity period of the visa. Holders of such visas become IT-park residents, for whom the following tax benefits and preferences are available:

  1. Full exemption from all kinds of taxes;
  2. Exemption from customs payments;
  3. Income tax rate of 7.5%;
  4. Tax on dividends – 5%.


To live in Uzbekistan, all foreign nationals are required to obtain a residence permit. The residence permit is issued for 5 years, and for persons over the age of 60 – indefinitely.

Since 2019, an “Investment visa” is introduced – a multi-entry investment visa valid for up to three years, for foreign citizens and stateless persons who have invested in the economy of Uzbekistan not less than 8 500 base values.

Choosing Uzbekistan as a place of temporary or permanent residence, it is necessary to get acquainted in advance with the key features of local life.

Labor market

There is a demand in the labor market for specialists in innovative and high-tech businesses, medical workers, chemical technologists, teachers, marketers, sales agents, and industrialists. Foreigners can easily find jobs through online platforms:, And also, foreign citizens are opening their businesses in the country, there is a demand for high-quality products in the market. Tax benefits are provided to such entrepreneurs. In addition, one can open a business with local partners; everything is made out rather quickly and without any bureaucracy. Many local companies invite foreign specialists, offering various benefits, such as reduced income, social and corporate taxes, and no customs payments when importing equipment.


Hostels and hotels. Such options for accommodation can be searched both by the usual means – through, you can find current information on accommodations with prices – and locally. Average prices per night in a room with all amenities range from $25-$50.

Privateers. The price range for housing in Tashkent is quite large, depending on the location and condition of the apartment. The cost of more or less comfortable options from $300/month, and more spacious options for families – from $500/month on average.


You can travel around Tashkent on buses, shuttle buses, and the subway. You can buy a rechargeable ATTO transport card for a quick fare, but it is important to note that it is not valid in shuttle buses. The subway is not only very convenient to move around the city but also is considered one of the main attractions of the city. The two largest aggregators in Tashkent are Yandex GO and MyTaxi. They have quite handy applications and the option to pay by card. Rent a car – this market in Uzbekistan is just developing, and so far is more tourist-oriented. The cost of renting a car starts at $35 per day.


Both public and private clinics can be found in the country. State medical institutions provide services free of charge and good quality, and there is also a free call for an ambulance at home. Covid-19 vaccination certificates issued in Uzbekistan are recognized by most of the world community. Pharmacies in the city are literally on every street, and many of them are around the clock, so there is no problem finding medicine.

Food products

In the bazaars and stores, you can always find fresh food, fruits, and vegetables at affordable prices. A big plus is not only that the food, as well as the national cuisine here, is delicious and at very affordable prices.

According to the Statistics Agency under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the relocation of foreigners to Uzbekistan in 2022 was 2.3 thousand people. According to this indicator, the first place was taken by Russia (813 people), the second by Kazakhstan (761), and the third by Tajikistan (156). From Kyrgyzstan 11 people moved, and from Turkmenistan – 38. Another 443 people were from other countries. Compared to 2021 the number of relocations increased by 20%.


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