The Dependant Permit allows dependants to accompany the principal visa Ugandan permit applicant to Uganda legally.
They are included on the principal applicant’s passport.
Dependants are family members dependent on the applicant, such as a spouse and children.
Everyone who wants to attend a school or receive tertiary education in Uganda must have a study visa.
Applicants must have been accepted to their school or tertiary education, or training institution before they can apply for their visa.
Dependant or Study Visa and Permit Requirements, Forms & Documentation
You must provide the following to apply for this Ugandan permit:
- A certified copy of the bio-data page of your passport
- A recent passport photo in colour
- A copy of the principal applicant’s permit status (Dependent application)
- Marriage Certificate (Spouse)
- Unabridged Birth Certificate (Minor Child)
- Valid Student ID (Study Permit only)
- Support letter from school (Study Permit only)
- Valid admission letter from School (Study Permit only)
You’ll get a list of additional requirements for your specific visa from your specialist in Ugandan visas.
How to Apply for the Dependant or Study Visa and Permit
Your Ugandan immigration specialist will help you get the ball rolling as far as documents, forms, costs, and requirements for applications are concerned.
Together you will collate all of the information and compile an application pack, which is submitted for an in-house quality check.
After your application pack has passed the check, it’s ready for your consultant to submit to the relevant immigration authority.
How long will my permit be valid?
- Dependent visas are valid for the duration of the principal applicant’s permit.
- Study permits are valid for between three and 12 months.