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| Updated on Jan 12, 2018

Turkey Visa for Nepalese

Most countries require that Nepalese passport holders obtain a visa before travelling to their port of entry. However each country has its distinct requirements, protocols, and procedures. Below, this article discusses the rules, regulations, and requirements to enter Turkey for Nepalese passport holders, starting with answers to the most frequently asked questions.

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FAQ

Do Nepalese Passport Holders Need a Visa to Go to Turkey?

Nepalese passport holders do require a visa to enter Turkey for almost all purposes of travel, including entry into the country for tourism, work or study. The one exception is Nepalese passengers of cruise ships docking at Turkish ports. However, if the Nepalese passport holder is embarking or debarking from a cruise vessel in Turkey, they will need a visa.

How Long can Nepalese Citizens Stay in Turkey?

Nepalese carrying ordinary passports who have obtained a visa for tourist purposes can enter Turkey for a maximum of 30 days but must not engage in paid or unpaid work. If you wish to stay longer, you must apply to your local Police Station for a residency permit.

Turkey Visa for Nepalese Fees and Costs

A Turkish E-Visa for Nepalese Passport holders costs US$20 and remains valid for an 180 day window. The visa is valid for one entry only.

Turkish Visa for Nepalese Requirements

Nepalese need a valid passport that is valid for at least six months after their entry into the country. Also the Nepalese visa holder may have to show that they have a return ticket, hotel reservation, and at least US$50 for each day of their stay. The Nepalese traveler may only enter Turkey via air. A supporting document in the form of a visa or residence permit from on of the Schengen countries, US, UK, or Ireland is also required. The Nepalese visa holder is responsible for ensuring that they leave Turkey within 30 days of entering.

How Long Does It Take to Get a Turkish Visa for Nepalese?

Turkish visa processing takes as little as 15 minutes with iVisa or the Turkish eVisa website.

Turkish Visa for Nepalese Application Form

The application form can be found at the Turkish eVisa website, or you can apply with iVisa.

How to obtain a Turkish Visa

Nepalese can apply for and pay the visa fees at the Turkish eVisa website or apply online with iVisa. If you apply through iVisa, you'll have access to our experts for guidance should you run into problems. Fill out a simple form, have the ability to pay with either your credit card or via PayPal (The Turkish eVisa Immigration website accepts only credit and debit cards), and you'll receive the receipt you need to board your flight in as little as 15 minutes.

Conclusion

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hi i have only indian passport not supporting documents residence permit from Schengen or OECD like that i want to go turkey as a tourist visa what i do i have one turkey friend there she can provide me visa or only i can apply for tourist visa
(30 days ago)
Sarfraz, You must apply by your own. 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.
(28 days ago)