Turkey visa for Norwegian

Turkey visa for Norwegian

iVisa | Updated on Jul 06, 2021

At the moment, Turkey is already part of many countries that providing electronic visas. It is good news for 40 nationalities that can apply for it. It means that you are no longer need to go to the Turkish embassy to obtain your visa if you are one of them. You can use visa expediting companies such as iVisa and have your visa in your e-mail inbox as quickly as 30 minutes.

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You can find that out your eligibility using the Visa Checker. It is a useful tool that can help you know whether you are eligible for a Turkey evisa. Select your nationality as Norwegian from the drop-down menu, choose Turkey as your destination. You will know right away and you can also apply on the spot if you are eligible. That’s how easy it is.

What information Norwegian needs to provide?

iVisa will do all the hard work, including all the bureaucracy in getting a visa. You only have to provide the needed information. Basically, your effort is close to zero. Here is a list of what you need to provide:

  • Passport – acquiring a passport is not difficult, so you should be able to get one quick. If you do have one, however, make sure that it is valid and remains as such for the duration of your trip. Just take a look at its expiry date.

  • E-mail address – your Turkey eVisa will be linked to your passport electronically. However, you still need a copy to show at the immigration office in Turkey. iVisa will send you a copy, and it will do so via e-mail. Make sure that you provide a valid address.

  • Accepted payments – the payment for your visa and the service fee for iVisa is made before the submission of the application. You can do that using a credit or a debit card. Additionally, you pay through your PayPal account.

How Norwegian can apply?

It is super easy to understand the application form that iVisa has created. It has been divided into two steps for your convenience. It should take about 5 minutes for you to finish it. Also, you can contact iVisa’s customer support in case you need any assistance. Trained representatives are on standby to guide you through the process every step of the way.

  1. The first step is quite simple since you only need to supply identification information and a few other things. Basically, it consists of your personal information. You must also select a processing time. Keep in mind that your selection will determine the amount of your Turkey eVisa.

  2. The second step will ask you to make the payment using one of the methods listed above. You may also do a revision of some information you provided in step one. Mistakes can lead to rejected visas and you need to go through the process again, so your full attention is required. Corrections can only be done when your application is not processed yet and it is a very small window, so you will not have time to make them. Double-check the spelling. After that, click the submit button and wait for your visa to arrive in your e-mail inbox.

Available Processing time and fees for Norwegian

iVisa aim is to always satisfy the needs and pockets of every single applicant, including Norwegian. For that reason, you get to pick one of the three available options when it comes to processing time. Here is what you can go for:

  • Standard processing – while this may be the longest processing time, in reality, your application will be processed within 24 hours. For only USD 61.05, that does not seem that long, does it?

  • Rush processing – if you want your application processed faster, you can choose this option. Your visa will arrive in your e-mail inbox within 4 hours for USD 81.05.

  • Super Rush processing – this is the fastest available option for USD 101.05. Your visa will be ready to use in just 30 minutes.

As have noticed, obtaining a Turkey visa has never been simpler. This eVisa is valid for 180 days after arrival and it will enable Norwegian a 90 days in Total stay in Turkey. However, if you are a citizen of the US, UK, or from the Netherlands, you get to stay up to 90 days.

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