Diaspora Services

  1. THE NATIONAL DIASPORA POLICY   The Ministry of Foreign Affairs through its Diaspora Services Department has initiated the process of developing a National Diaspora Policy with support from UNDP. The policy is part of a broad national strategy...
Investment Opportunities in Uganda for Ugandans living in the diaspora  The Ministry together with Uganda Investment Authority with support from the United Nations Development Program compiled a compendium of business profiles and investment...
WE INVITE YOU TO REGISTER YOUR PRESENCE WITH US All Ugandan nationals living abroad who hold Ugandan Passports are mandated to register their presence with the nearest available Uganda Embassy. Ugandan Citizens and Ugandan Diaspora visiting or...
US citizens are advised to visit the website site of the US Department of State and in particular, the link to Inter-country Adoption. In addition, you may wish to get in touch with a local attorney in Uganda who should be able to assist you...
Authentication of Documents The Embassy authenticates official documents issued by recognized institutions in Uganda for use in the United States. These include: Birth Certificates Passports Academic certificates and transcripts Marriage...
An employee of a foreign mass media organization or working as a freelancer for that mass media who intends to practice journalism in Uganda must obtain an accreditation card issued by the Uganda Media Council. The procedure for obtaining an...