Kyrgyzstan has borders with Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China.
The most visited checkpoint between Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan is “Ak Jol-Kordai”. By crossing the border the Kyrgyzstan you need to have only passport. As for crossing border of Kazakhstan you must fill up a migration card that include passport number, first name, last name, purpose of visit, signature and safe it until you leave the country.
Another check point is in Chu region - Ak Tilek-Karasu. You also can cross the border to Kyrgyzstan from Taraz using check point Chon Kapka-Zhibek Zholy in Talas.
In Issyk-Kul region there is a checkpoint Karkyra-Kegen, which opens only from May 1 to October 31. Attention should also be paid to the need for special permission to cross the Karkyra Valley on the way to Karkyra-Kegen, because it is a border area.
The Kyrgyz-Uzbek border checkpoint- Dustlik has the same difficulties.
You don’t need to fill up anything by crossing Tajik-Kyrgyz border. There are two the most used of them: Bordobo-Kyzyl Art toward Murgab and Kyzyl Bel-Guliston toward Khujand.
Torugart and Irkeshtam are the Kyrgyz-Chinese borders that are closed on weekend and holidays.
Like in others check points in the world it is not allowed to take photos and videos. Crossing borders are quite easy and not confusing furthermore border guards are friendly and would be helpful.