Turkey Visa Online Application
Turkey e visa is a legalized visa which is connected to the person’s passport that allows one to enter into Turkey for touristic purpose and business purpose. This e visa is a single entry and multiple entry authorization with a validity of 30 or 90 days which is dependent on applicant’s nationality.
We provide an innovative and a simple way to apply for the turkish visa online process which is highly secure and is also accessible on every browser and device without any hassle. 100 eligible countries can apply for Turkey Visa.
Foreign visitor numbers are obtained from registries kept by Turkish passport police at the border gates and reported by Turkey's Ministry of Tourism. These do not include Turkish citizens who are resident abroad.
1. Fill the Turkey e Visa application form
2. Review and confirm payment of visa fees
3. Receive your approved visa via e-mail
How to Apply?
Please click on Turkey application form. Fill out the application form and the rest is on us. fill up your detail's nationality, Visa Type, Name, Surname, Phone, Email ID, Date of Birth, Gender, Date of Arrival, Passport Number, Passport Issue Date, Passport Expiry Date. And you make sure that these details should be match on your passport. Chcek out to know how to Apply for Turkey Visa Step by Step: apply for Turkey visa
Turkey E Visa Validity:
When your e visa is approved, the visa is valid for 180 days. How long you can stay in Turkey within this period vary according to country of your travel document. The minimum is 30 days and maximum is 90 days, not all citizens/nationals qualify for 90 days stay. A traveler on single-entry Turkey Visa cannot split the days approved for stay, it has to be used consecutively. A traveler on multiple entry e Visa may split the days approved or not.
For instance, Michael obtained multiple entry Turkey e Visa on January 1, the visa is valid from April 1 for stay up to 60 days in Turkey for tourism purpose. This imply that the visa will be valid for 180 days from April 1 to October 1. Within this period, Michael can stay for 60 days in Turkey consecutively or at interval. Michael may decide to travel to Turkey on May 1, spend 60 days and leave on July 1. Also, Michael may decide to travel to Turkey on May 1, spend 30 days and leave on June 1, enter turkey again on August 25 and leave on September 25 after 30 days. In total, Michael spent 60 days in Turkey as approved on his visa. Study the conditions upon which you are granted e-Visa and follow rules to avoid fines, deportation or ban.
Acceptable Travel Purpose For E Visa:
The Turkish government started the turkey visa application to ensure “short stay” travelers easily apply for travel document to Turkey in a faster and more cost effective manner. Turkey e-Visa is only issued for tourism, transit and trade purposes.
A tourist traveler is expected to be visiting Turkey for holiday, to meet family, friends or tourist attraction sites. It is important to also note that visiting Turkey in a cruise ship and going ashore beyond the international transit areas is considered tourist travel by Turkish government. There are many fascinating attraction sites, mosques, gardens, antiques and famous Istanbul in Turkey worthy of visit.
A business traveler is expected to be visiting Turkey to meet a potential client, establish contact, and attend conference or training. It is not acceptable that business purpose traveler enter into a contract or service with any Turkish employer. Business traveler may be allowed to perform some work provided that s/he is formally employed in a company of his/her home country, and only that company can be paid by Turkish organisation for work performed by the foreigner.
Dealing With E Visa Rejection:
A large percentage of rejected Turkey e Visa application contain false, incorrect or incomplete information. Even the slightest mistake in your information can get your application declined, this is the reason why we help our clients double-check their information against their bio data to see if there are errors or omissions. Most times, Turkish government will not give applicants reason(s) for rejecting their application, the following are the commonly established reasons for e-Visa application rejection:
- Applicant’s name is or similar to one on banned list for Turkey
- Applicant presently hold a valid visa or e-Visa
- Applicant is perceived to have other intention to overstay or engage in activities outside tourism, transit or business
- Applicant did not provide complete information
- Applicant’s passport does not meet the required validity
- Applicant is from a visa-exempt country for Turkey
If an application is rejected, the applicant can submit a new application online after 24 hours. Ensure all information are entered correctly the second time. If the application is rejected the second time, then applicant should consider other reasons than incorrect information for the refusal. It is advisable to visit the nearest Turkish embassy or consulate to lodge a complaint and possible apply for a sticker/stamped visa.
What We Do For You:
- Guide you on eligibility, best time to apply and information to provide.
- Review your application for completeness before submitting on the portal.
- Monitor your application and give you 24/7 email and phone support.
- Follow your application up until you get your Turkey e-Visa.
- Keep you up-to-date on subsequent policy change by Turkish Government.
- Help you with appropriate response if question arise on your application.
How Many Visitors Visit in Turkey?
Foreign visitors visit in Turkey are the most from the following countries:
Russia is number one in the world for most visits in Turkey, the most recent figures, Around 7,017,657 people visited the country in 2019. Germany isn’t far behind, with over 5,027,472 visitors. According to official figures, foreign visitors visit in 2019 with 51.9 million people from all of the world. The total number foreign visitors visited between in 2014 about 36.84 million, in 2015 about 41 million, and in 2016 about 30 million. However, the recovery started in 2017, with the number of foreign visitors increasing to 37.9 million and in 2018 to 46.1 million visitors. The country's world famous tourist city, Istanbul, attractions around 15 million tourists in 2019. Istanbul is the most visited tourist destination not only in Turkey also in the world.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Yes, most countries require a visa to travel to Turkey. If your country is not on visa-exemption list, you need visa to enter Turkey. Nationals of most countries are eligible to apply for Turkey e Visa online. Some countries are not eligible for e Visa. Check eligible countries for Turkey visa.
The Turkish government has introduced the electronic visa system. For obtain e visa you will need to fill online application from. There will be some basic details required in this application form.
- Select Application Form (Turkish visa application)
- Select your country to requesting the visa
- Fill the application form
- Upload the passport
- Pay using by Visa Card, Mastercard, debit card or paypal.
- Await approval via email, then download and print the e-Visa from your email.
- Present your printed e-Visa to the immigration officer at the port of entry.
If you wish to extend your stay in Turkey after gaining entry into the country, you simply need to visit the closest Police station to you and apply for a residence permit.
Overstaying the duration of your Turkey visa is illegal and may attract fines, deportation, and travel bans.
There are a few countries that can enter Turkey with any airline or any point of entry. These countries include the UK, the USA, and the Netherlands.
Other countries have to travel with Turkish Airlines or Pegasus Airlines
It depends on your nationality. Turkey allows a few countries to enter into the country with expired passports if certain conditions are met. These countries and the conditions attached to them are:
Germany – If passport expired within a year before applying for the visa
Belgium – If passport expired within 5 years before applying for the visa
France – If passport expired within 5 years before applying for the visa
Spain – If passport expired within 5 years before applying for the visa
Switzerland – If passport expired within 5 years before applying for the visa
Luxemburg – If passport expired within 5 years before applying for the visa
Portugal - If passport expired within 5 years before applying for the visa
Bulgaria – If the traveler has a valid ordinary passport.
Currently, only 14 countries are allowed entry into Turkey with just their National ID, these countries are: Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Italy, Malta, Georgia, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxemburg, Northern Cyprus, and Liechtenstein.
If you are not a citizen of one of these countries, you need your passport to gain entry into Turkey.
Travelers must provide a good health certificate for their cats and dogs before they can bring them into the country.
Other than that, animals are prohibited.
Turkey does not allow visitors into the country with guns, drugs and pharmaceuticals, radioactive substances, and animal products, including meat or dairy products.
Yes, Turkey does not ban medications that are meant for personal use. Visitors can also bring their tobacco and alcoholic drinks as long as they are legally old enough to use them (18 years old and above)
Yes, a valid Schengen visa is one of the required documents needed to gain entry into Turkey.
No, Turkey is a European country but it is not part of the Schengen zone. However, travelers from some countries are required to have a Schengen visa before they can gain entry into Turkey.