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| Updated on Nov 16, 2018

TURKEY VISA FOR INDIANS

The Turkish government launched an easy online visa system that issues an e-Visa for Indian passport holders who have any valid visa or resident permit from the US/UK/Ireland/Schengen countries.

IF you have a valid tourist visa, residence permit, work permit, or permanent residence in any of these countries.

APPLY FOR A TURKEY E-VISA HERE.

All you have to do is fill out the this online form.

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The e-Visa for Indians costs 43.70 USD, and allows you a single entry, and you may stay up to 30 days.

REMEMBER: The e-Visa is valid for 6 months so if your plans change and you don’t use your single entry, you would still have a little time to use it.

Apply for a Turkey visa here for Indian passport holders.

Turkey e-Visa Frequently Asked Questions

Do Indian passport holders need a visa to go to Turkey?

YES, since 2013 all travelers entering Turkey are required to apply for an e-Visa. The process is very simple and easy.

EXCEPTION: Indian citizens who are passengers of cruise ships docking at Turkish ports. BUT, if the Indian passport holders are embarking or disembarking from a cruise vessel in Turkey, they need to apply for an e-Visa.

How long can Indian citizens stay in Turkey?

30 days, BUT must NOT engage in paid or unpaid work. If you wish to stay longer, you must apply at your local Police Station for a residency permit.

What are the fees and costs for a Turkey e-Visa for Indians?

US$43.70 and remains valid for an 180 days. There is an additional $20 service fee. The visa is valid for one entry only.

What are the requirements for a Turkey visa for Indian passport holders?

The full list of visa requirements can be found on the online application form.

  1. Passport: The expiration date must be at least 60 days beyond the “duration of stay” of your e-Visa. Calculate: Your “duration of stay” + 60 days

  2. Return Ticket: Show that you have a return ticket, hotel reservation, and at least US$50 for each day of your stay.

  3. Visa or residence permit: From one of the Schengen countries, US, UK, or Ireland.

How long does it take to get a Turkish e-Visa for Indians?

IT DEPENDS on the processing time you choose. There are three options:

  • Standard Processing: 1 business day.
  • Rush Processing: 2 hours.
  • Super Rush Processing: 15 minutes.

How difficult is the Turkey e-Visa application form for Indians?

EASY through the iVisa website. The e-Visa document can be obtained online in 15 minutes. Once the information and payment is submitted, the visa is emailed to the traveler, and must be downloaded and printed out.

How do I obtain a Turkey Visa?

APPLY ONLINE HERE. Fill out a simple form and have your credit card available to pay any applicable fees.

How does the Turkey e-Visa work?

1. Fill out the online application Complete the online application. Pay with credit card or PayPal

2. Receive your visa via email No need to deal with the embassy. We do it for you so you don't lose valuable time.

3. Entry to Turkey

Present your passport and the document we provide upon entry to Turkey

The Turkey e-Visa is electronically linked to the passport and is accessible to the Department of Foreign Affairs.

TIP: Print a copy of your Turkish e-Visa in case there is a problem with the computer terminals at the immigration office upon arrival.

What I can do if I made a mistake entering my passport number on my Turkey visa application?

If you made a mistake when entering your data online, please contact our customer service representatives as soon as possible via online chat to assist you.

IMPORTANT - Your e-Visa is linked to your passport number. IF we already submitted your application, then you CANNOT make any changes and you will have to apply again.

Visit our website for more information: https://www.ivisa.com

My passport expires in less than 6 months. Can I apply for a Turkish visa online?

NO. Your passport needs to have at least 6 (six) months of validity from the date of entry.

IF your passport expires within 6 months of the arrival date, then you need to renew your passport in order to get any travel visa.

I want to extend my stay in Turkey. What should I do?

IF you are in Turkey and wish to extend your stay, you must apply at a local Police Station for a residence permit.

NOTE- If you overstay your Turkey visa, you may be fined, banned from future travel to Turkey, or deported.

How long is my Turkish e-Visa valid for?

180 DAYS. This means that you must enter Turkey within 180 days of issuance.

What are the requirements for the validity of supporting documents?

Your documents should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey.

Please note that e-Visas from other countries are not accepted as a supporting document.

Do I need a visa if I am in transit through Turkey?

If you will NOT leave the transit lounge at the airport while in Turkey, then you are not required to have transit visa.

IF you wish to leave the airport, you HAVE TO APPLY for a Turkish visa.

View Turkish e-Visa sample

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Conclusion

APPLY ONLINE for your Turkey e-Visa quickly and easily. iVisa makes it easy to apply for and receive your Turkey e-Visa.

APPLY FOR YOUR TURKEY E-VISA NOW

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I have a valid B1/B2 visa to US. Is it considered as valid a supporting document. Can I use it to apply for Turkey e-visa.
Swati (455 days ago)
Yes Swaiti. That is considered a valid supporting document.
David Perez (284 days ago)
I am Indian living in France and I have a france residential card. Can I need tourist visa for enter turkey ?
Firoz (265 days ago)
Yes, all Indian nationals can apply for the Turkey eTourist visa with iVisa. Apply here: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey NOTE: You must agree to all the requirements listed below in order to obtain the visa online... - My passport covers the period that I will be staying in Turkey. - I can prove that I hold a return ticket, hotel reservation and at least 50 $ per each day of my stay. - I am travelling for the purposes of tourism or business. - I have a valid Supporting Document (Valid visa OR valid residence permit from one of the Schengen Countries, USA, UK or Ireland). E-visas are not accepted as supporting documents
iVisa (263 days ago)
I am traveling to Amsterdam & Germany for weeks time while traveling back to India i have 2 day stay in Istanbul if i will apply for Turkey e-visa by next week how many days it will take to get Visa?
Chandra R (253 days ago)
I would like to take visit visa to Turkey. Am an Indian Passport holder stay in UAE.. What are the procedures and formalities??..
Prabi (247 days ago)
Prabi, It is all a very simple process. This is the link of the form https://www.ivisa.com/turkey-turkish-visa?country=IN that you need to complete in order to process your visit visa. The information entered will be sent electronically to the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and we will send your eVisa via email within 15 minutes.
iVisa Support (242 days ago)
I do not have a supporting document. What should I do in this case to get a touristic visa. I intend to visit Istanbul and Denizli in my trip of 9 days from India
Chinmaya (239 days ago)
Chinmaya, thanks for your question. The supporting documents such as a visa or residence permit from Schengen or OECD member countries are necessary to apply. The only requirement for your visa/residence permit to be used as a supporting document is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document.
iVisa Support (238 days ago)
I will be in transit in Turkey on May 29 and again on June 14. I dont know whether I will enter Turkey on May 29 or June 14. Can i get a visa starting May 29, and if I dont leave the airport on May 29, can I use the visa on June 13? Can I use the visa for both visits, or are these single entry visas?
Raghavan Rangarajan (235 days ago)
Raghavan, You do not have to get a visa if you are not going to leave the international transit area. Otherwise, you will need to apply for multiple entry visa here: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (235 days ago)
Hi, I have a valid croatian visa. Can this be used as a proof to apply for an evisa to Turkey? If not, what is the other procedure. I am an Indian passport holder.
Nishant (227 days ago)
I have a US H4 Visa and it expires on 31st Aug '18. I need to travel for work starting 21st May. Can I apply for a e-Visa?
Namita Jain (225 days ago)
Namita, Turkey eVisa is not allowed for work. You will need to go to the nearest embassy: https://www.ivisa.com/embassy/turkey
iVisa Support (225 days ago)
Nishant, unfortunately a Croatia visa is not allowed as a supporting document to apply for a Turkey evisa. You will need to apply for a Schengen visa or go to the nearest embassy: https://www.ivisa.com/embassy/poland. You can find more info here: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/schengen-visa-countries-list/
iVisa Support (225 days ago)
Hi, for Indian passport holders who have the Evisa, is there a restriction to which airline to fly? It seems that for some countries need to fly via Turkish Airlines / Egypt Air. Thanks for your response!
Sarika (222 days ago)
“I would like to take visit visa to Turkey. Am an Nepal Passport holder stay in Bahrain.. What are the procedures and formalities??..”
Robin (222 days ago)
Robin, Nepali passport holders are able to apply to a Turkey eVisa. You need to consider the following in order to get you e-Visa: * You have a valid Supporting Document (Valid visa OR valid residence permit from one of the Schengen Countries, USA, UK or Ireland). E-visas are not accepted as supporting documents. * You will travel to Turkey by air. * You can prove that you hold a return ticket, hotel reservation and at least 50 $ per each day of my stay. * You hold a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date you intend to enter Turkey. You can start you application here: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (222 days ago)
Sarika, Citizens of the countries listed below are required to travel with an airline company which signed a protocol with the Turkish Foreign Ministry. At present, the airline companies that signed this protocol are Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, Onur Air and Atlasglobal Airlines. COUNTRIES: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, Republic of theCongo, the Democratic Republic of the Côte d'Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial, Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Palestine, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Sierra Leone Somalia, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe
iVisa Support (222 days ago)
I am Indian passport holder .I do not have a supporting document( Schengen countries, US, UK, or Ireland visa ). What should I do in this case to get a tourist visa. I intend to visit Istanbul and Ankara in my trip of 10 days from India.
Sunita (221 days ago)
Hi Sunita, you need to apply for a visa or residence permit from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland. The only requirement for your visa/residence permit to be used as a supporting document is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document. Otherwise, you can visit the nearest consulate in your area: https://www.ivisa.com/embassy/turkey
iVisa Support (217 days ago)
Im an Indian passport holder living in Iran on Work Visa+Residence Permit. i do not have UK/US/Irish visa. How can i apply for Turkey's visa from Iran.
Vicky (211 days ago)
Our family of 4 have a e-visa for Turkey starting on 28th June..We earlier planned to visit Turkey on the way back from Italy. However our Italy Visa appointment has got so delayed that we are unable to go to italy. We need to change the plans and have a change of dates to enter Turkey. Can the e visa dates be changed? Is there a cost attached?
Sanjiv Menon (210 days ago)
Sanjiv, if your travel dates change, you can't apply for a e-Visa amendment for change of date. You must obtain another eVisa. You can apply here: https://www.ivisa.com/turkey-turkish-visa?country=IN
iVisa Support (210 days ago)
Vicky, You must apply for one these supporting documents. The only requirement for your visa/residence permit to be used as a supporting document is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document.
iVisa Support (210 days ago)
Hi, I am Indian passport holder and my fiancé has to move to turkey for work. I would like to visit and perhaps stay with him. How can I apply for residence visa?? Or do I need to extend it after I get to turkey at the local police station with the tourist visa..?
Jian (203 days ago)
Jian, For first time applications you must visit the Migration Office in person on the date and time of your appointment with your relevant documents. iVisa does not support a Turkish Residence Permit in Turkey.
iVisa Support (202 days ago)
Hi, i am indian citizen having US TOURIST VISA. I Have booked return air ticket for istanbul from kuwait airlines in india so i want to know that can i apply e visa for tureky online
GIRISH GANDHI (201 days ago)
Hi Girish, Indian citizens are able to apply for the Turkey eVisa: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey?visa_type=tourist&nationality=IN The criteria for the validity of your supporting document (visa or residence permit from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland) is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document.
iVisa Support (201 days ago)
What is the procedure for applying for a visa if I do not have a US or Schengen visa? And what documents would i need? Does it have to be applied for physically at the consulate?
Sarthak Kaushik (197 days ago)
Hi Sarthak, if you don have a supporting document, then you must go to the nearest embassy in you country to apply phisycally. Check list of embassies here: https://www.ivisa.com/embassy/turkey
iVisa Support (195 days ago)
I have a valid US C1/D visa , can I get eturkish visa.
Arjun Kumar (190 days ago)
Arjun, Yes. The validity for your supporting document (visa or residence permit from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland), is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document.
iVisa Support (189 days ago)
I am Indian and I have a valid Japan visa till 1st September. I plan to travel to Turkey on 1st August, i.e. 1 month before my Japan visa expires. Now you have mentioned in FAQ's that OECD countries visa is accepted as a travel document but nowhere on the embassy e-visa portal or website do they mention it, nor I get any option to select the same in the dropdown during online e-visa application. Turkish e-visa portal says we should have valid US/UK/Schengen/Ireland visa for entry. Are you sure that Indians can get an e-visa and enter Turkey without any issues? If such is the case, it would be a big help and wonderful news for me! Big thanks to you guys for such helpful information available online. And thanks in advance. Regards
Manish Kumar (183 days ago)
Hello Manish, Japan visa is not valid as a supporting document for getting your Turkey e-Visa. The type of supporting document valid are a visa or residence permit. Ireland, Schengen, U.S.A and United Kingdom are the only one accepted as a visa supporting doc. And for residence permit are the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, United Kingdom.
iVisa Support (181 days ago)
I have a U.S F1 visa valid by date until 2019 but I have completed my course and staying in India for the past one year. Am I eligible for Turkish e-visa?
Arish (164 days ago)
Do we need have 2 adjacent blank pages for Turkey visa apart from e-visa ? I have only 1 blank page but my passport is valid till Dec 2020
Prasad (161 days ago)
Hello, i am an indian passport holder, can i apply for e visa for turkey??What are the other requirements that should be met to obtain the visa?
Fatima (161 days ago)
Dear Arish, The only requirement for your visa/residence permit (from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland) to be used as a supporting document is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document.
iVisa Support (160 days ago)
Dear Fatima, you need to have a visa or residence permit from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland to be used as a supporting document. The only requirement for your visa/residence permit is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document.
iVisa Support (160 days ago)
Hi. I have a valid US B1/B2 visa. My wife does not hold any valid visas. We intend to travel to Turkey. Please advise if I can apply for an e-visa?
KhalidAnsari (154 days ago)
Dear KhalidAnsari, If you hold a valid visa from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland, you are able to apply to get your Turkey e-Visa. You can start your application here: https://www.ivisa.com/turkey-turkish-visa?country=IN
iVisa Support (153 days ago)
I'm an Indian having valid B1/B2 US Visa and staying in UAE. My wife and kid are also with me. What type of visa can i apply for wife and kid (who doesnt have US or Schengen Visa). Could you please share the link
Rupesh Radhakrishnan (128 days ago)
Dear Rupesh, They need to go to the nearest embassy in order to get their regular visa. The criteria to get the electronic visa is to hold a supporting document mentioned above.
iVisa Support (127 days ago)
Hi, I am an Indian citizen having US TOURIST B1/B2 VISA and resident visa of UAE. I Have booked return air ticket from Dubai to Istanbul from flydubai airlines so I want to know that can I apply e visa for turkey online ”
Parul Mehta (119 days ago)
Dear Parul, effectively you can apply to the Turkey e-Visa online. Also, you must comply with the following: First, your passport must cover the period that you will be staying in Turkey. Second, you can prove that you hold a return ticket, hotel reservation and at least 50 $ per each day of your stay. Third, you are travelling for the purposes of tourism or business. Finally, you must have a valid Supporting Document (Valid visa OR valid residence permit from one of the Schengen Countries, USA, UK or Ireland). E-visas are not accepted as supporting documents.
iVisa Support (119 days ago)
I am from India, I want to travel to turkey for tourism purpose. I dont have a Scandinavian visa. How should i apply
Vimal (115 days ago)
Dear Vimal. First, you will need to process a supporting document. This could be a visa or residence permit from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland. Once you have it, you are able to apply through https://www.ivisa.com/turkey-turkish-visa?country=IN . Otherwise, you must go to the nearest embassy.
iVisa Support (112 days ago)
We will be reaching Istanbul on 14th Oct and on 16th we will take 4day cruise from Kusadasi which will be going to Greece and again returning to Kusadasi on 20th Oct. We are returning from Istanbul on 23rd Oct. I got my Schengen visa valid from 14th Oct. We want to know in that case can we apply online single entry visa 2 times because you don't have any option for double entry visa.
Ranjan Ghosh (99 days ago)
Hi, I am an Indian National and my wife and I had applied for a single entry Ireland Visa. We got the single entry Visa which is valid till November 2018, but we have also completed our trip recently in August 2018. Therefore, the visa was a single entry Ireland Visa which has been used. Can we still plan a trip to Turkey this October and apply for the Turkish e-Visa with this used single entry Ireland Visa? Thanks and Best Regards, Arup
Arup (97 days ago)
Dear Ranjan, As you said, you have to apply for two (2) separate single entry visas since the Turkey Government does not give multiple entry option for Indian nationals. You can apply for another visa even when one has been issued and technically the 1st one would be expired when you uses the 2nd one.
iVisa Support (97 days ago)
Dear Arup, The only requirement for your visa (Ireland visa) to be used as a supporting document is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. So, if you travel date to Turkey is before your Ireland visa expiration, it works. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. **Please note that e-Visas of other countries are not accepted as a supporting document. You can start your application here: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (97 days ago)
Hi. I am an Indian with a valid US B1/B2 visa. I have booked return tickets to Turkey from India for next month in Saudi Arabian Airlines. I am aware of the other requisites for travelling. Please let me know if I can apply for e Visa since I am flying using Saudi Arabian Airlines
Sreekanth Sreenivasan (89 days ago)
Dear Sreekanth, Effectively there are restrictions on airline companies to fly to Turkey. The citizens of CERTAIN COUNTRIES are required to travel with an airline company which signed a protocol with the Turkish Foreign Ministry but INDIAN CITIZENS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN. You can apply for the Turkey e-Visa using Saudi Arabia Airlines, there is NO restrictions for Indian citizens. Get your Turkey e-Visa in advance here: https://www.ivisa.com/turkey-turkish-visa?country=IN
iVisa Support (89 days ago)
I hold an Official Passport ( India). Currently I am serving with UN in MONUSCO. Therefore I can get Note Verbale. I need visa for Turkey to enjoy "Touristanbul" offered by Turkish airlines on two different days ie two entries. Please suggest what is the procedure? Also whwther I am exempt from Visa fee?
Sanjeev Kumar (88 days ago)
Dear Sanjeev, If you hold a diplomatic or official passport (India) then you are exempt from visa for tourist visits of up to 90 days within 180 days starting from the first entry date. Bear in mind that you do not have to get a visa if you are not going to leave the international transit area as well.
iVisa Support (88 days ago)
I have a valid Schengen Visa till 19-Jun-2019 issued by French Consulate and a valid UK Business Visa as well till April 2019. My queries are - Hope these are sufficient to request for a Turkey eVisa? - One requirement mentioned for Turkey eVisa is to showcase $50 per day during our stay in Turkey. How are supposed to showcase that (hard cash)? Thanks in advance for your responses
Prasanth Shenoy (86 days ago)
I have a valid residence permit card of uk till 18 October 2018,i want to travel to turkey from 14 to 16 October...but I need to submit my residence card to home office before i leave uk... i have a Email from home office of ukvi which shows my visaa expiry date of uk.. so what can i do with supporting Documents now
Rameez (86 days ago)
Dear Prasanth, It depends on your travel date. If you travel to Turkey before June 2019, your visa Schengen will be valid by that time because the only requirement for your visa to be used as a supporting document is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. For your second question, the methods to showcase the 50 USD per each day of your stay are via hard cash, travelers cheques, your bank statement or a valid credit card. You can continue your application here: https://www.ivisa.com/turkey-turkish-visa?country=IN
iVisa Support (85 days ago)
Dear Rameez, During your application you are not required to upload your residence permit card of UK. You only need to complete the mandatory fields (including the expiration date of your residence permit). What you must consider is to bring with you your passport and your residence permit card to entry to Turkey. You can start your application here: https://www.ivisa.com/turkey-turkish-visa?country=IN
iVisa Support (85 days ago)
I have a valid USA VIsa till 2024 but my passport is expiring in 5months. I have already applied for a new passport. Can i apply for e-visa on the basis that my US visa is valid til 2024???? As I can travel to USA carrying both the passport.
Shivam (85 days ago)
Dear Shivam, Yes you can. But remember that you must complete the Turkey application with the passport you will carry on during your trip. You must carry your passport with an expiration date at least 60 days beyond the “duration of stay” of your e-Visa. For example: In order to enter Turkey using an e-Visa with a 90-day “duration of stay”, the traveler must hold a travel document valid for an additional 60 days, which totals 150 days (90 + 60 days) of validity at the time of entrance.
iVisa Support (84 days ago)
Sir we are a family of four and whereas i have US and UK valid visa as supporting document, my family members doesn't have a "supporting document". How and where to they apply the visa? please advise. Lalit@graphicsimpex.co.in
Lalit Goyal (73 days ago)
I am applying for Evisa from Germany to me,,my wife and my parents. However for my 2 kids, I found that even for 3 years and 1.5 year old, you are charging the e-visa fees, is this normal ? Isnt the system must allow the kids to be part of parents visa.. ?? Need your quick response before i purchase this e-visa. Thank you.
Nadeem Bari Mohammed (71 days ago)
Dear Rupesh: They need to go to the nearest embassy in order to get their regular visa. The criteria to get the electronic visa is to hold a supporting document mentioned above. Here you can see the list of Turkey Embassies -> https://www.ivisa.com/embassy/turkey
iVisa Support (69 days ago)
Dear Nadeem: All foreign citizens, including minors, require a visa to travel to Turkey. Provided that your child is issued a passport under his/her name, please either make a separate e-Visa application. The visa cost of Turkey e-Visa is 43.70 USD. Additionally, there is a service fee of 20 USD for standard processing. Copy and paste this link to apply for your visa to Turkey in advance: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (69 days ago)
i am indian , with no proof for visa from schenegan or oecd countires , how can i be a tourist to turkey . i have always wanted to explore turkey.
vikas (65 days ago)
Dear Vikas: If you do not have a supporting document, then you must go to the nearest embassy in you country to apply in person. Check list of embassies here: https://www.ivisa.com/embassy/turkey
iVisa Support (63 days ago)
Me and my wife both are having a valid US visa but our daughter who is less than 2years old does not have a US Visa, but we all three are having a residence permit of Qatar....can we all three of us will get online visa?
Sanjay Soni (62 days ago)
Hi im here in turkey working here as helper my boyfriend is indian can he come here as tourist and what are the requirement for him?
Jhazy (58 days ago)
Dear Jhazy, The requirements for Indian nationals to travel to Turkey are: (01) To have a passport that covers the period that he will be staying in Turkey. (02) He can prove that he holds a return ticket, hotel reservation and at least 50 USD per each day of his stay. (03) He is travelling for the purposes of tourism or business. (04) He has a valid Supporting Document (Valid visa OR valid residence permit from one of the Schengen Countries, USA, UK or Ireland). E-visas are not accepted as supporting documents. Here is the link to apply for the Turkey e-Visa: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (57 days ago)
Dear Sanjay Soni: A residence permit of Qatar is not considered as a supporting document. If you and your wife have a valid US visa, both of you are able to apply for the Turkey e-Visa online. However, for your daughter you will need to contact the nearest Turkish Embassy or Consulate General to apply for a sticker visa. Here is the link to apply for the Turkish e-Visa online: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (57 days ago)
Hi, I currently hold US multiple entry visa valid for another 7 years, however my Indian passport is due for renewal in 2 months. Appreciate if you can please advise what visa process I need to use if I don't have that US visa on my new Passport. Can it still be evisa?
Amit (46 days ago)
Dear Amit: In order to apply for the Turkey e-Visa you will need to take along with you the passport that contains the supporting document (US Visa) but process the application with the new passport. Here you can find more info related to the Turkey e-Visa and start your application: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (46 days ago)
Dear Sir, I Dr. Shashanka Rajendrachari belongs to India, but presently working as an Assistant Professor, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Bartin University, Turkey from past 50 days and I am residing at Bartin, Turkey. I got my work permit card from Council of Higher Education, Republic of Turkey. I am married and my wife is an Indian and staying in Karnataka, India. We both want to stay together, so she is planning to come Turkey and stay with me. Which Visa we need to apply for her and please tell me about the procedure of Visa application. Can she come Turkey with Tourist visa and then can we apply for residence permit here?. I do not know anything; please help me by suggesting the suitable Turkey visa and its procedure. Thank you
Shashanka Rajendrachari (42 days ago)
I have a valid eVISA till March 2019, I would arrive on 18th November for a week till the 24th of November My schengan VISA is valid till the 19th November. I hope this should not be a problem as on your site it mentions that SCHENGAN should be valid on the Date of ENTRY and I quote as below " What are the requirements for the validity of supporting document? The Turkey visa requirements for the validity of supporting document, such as a visa or residence permit from any of Schengen member country, US, UK or Ireland, is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. "
Laxman Kolipaka +91 9867604882 (36 days ago)
Dear Laxman: Effectively, you can use your SCHENGEN visa if it is still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Start your application here: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (33 days ago)
If I have a Schengen Tourist Visa, can I apply for the Turkey e-Visa and enter and exit Turkey within the the validity period of the tourist Schengen Visa ?
Arnab Pal (23 days ago)
Dear Arnab: The validity period of an e-Visa varies according to country of travel document and not to your Schengen visa (supporting document). As Indian citizen you can stay within Turkey for 30 days in total. The only requirement for your Schengen Visa to be used as a supporting document is that it should be still valid (by date) by the time you enter Turkey. Previously used or unused single-entry visas are accepted as long as their validity date covers your entry date to Turkey. You can start your application by coping the following link in your browser: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey
iVisa Support (21 days ago)
Dear Dr. Shashanka, your wife can apply for a Turkey tourist e - visa with us here: https://www.ivisa.com/apply-online/turkey?visa_type=tourist&nationality=IN and then when she arrives, you can begin the resident permit process there. Thank you! I hope you are reunited and live happily ever after.
iVisa Support (20 days ago)