In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Kazakhstan, the government of Kazakhstan has temporarily suspended its unilateral visa-free regime for citizens of 57 states, including the United States, starting from April 17, 2020 till November 01, 2020.
U.S. citizens are able to visit Kazakhstan without a visa for up to 30 days for all purposes of travel, with the exceptions of employment and missionary work. Individuals traveling visa-free in Kazakhstan cannot stay for longer than 30 days at once, or for more than a total of 90 days in the course of any six-month period.
Individuals traveling for both business and tourism may qualify for 10-year Kazakhstani visas. Visa’d travelers are able to stay for periods of up to 60 days at a time on business, or up to 30 days at a time for tourism. Kazakhstan issues five-year, multiple-entry visas to applicants qualifying for diplomatic, official, and media travel.
More information on entry and exit requirements can be found at https://travel.state.gov
As of January 11, 2020, registration is no longer required for travelers to Kazakhstan.
* It is the responsibility of the Kazakhstani host or inviting party (hotel, landlord, employer, school, individual, etc.) to report foreigners’ arrival within three working days. Notification can be done online or in person at a local migration police office. If foreigners substantially change their location by traveling and staying in a different city or residing in a different jurisdiction, their host should report the new location to the local Migration Police
Migration Police Nur-Sultan
31 Imanov Street
(Between Beisekbayev Street and Sembinova Street)
Tel.: 7172 374867
Open Monday – Friday
(9 a.m. to 6 p.m.)
Migration Police Almaty
109A Karasai Batyr Street
(near Nikolsky Bazar)