iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

At the moment, there are 40 countries whose citizens have access to a Turkish electronic visa. You no longer required making a trip to the Turkish embassy just to apply for a visa if you belong to one of those countries. You can do an online application right in the comfort of your home. You can have your Turkey e-Visa as soon as you prefer and with no extra effort at all.

If you want to know what are all the important details to proceed with this e-Visa, especially if you're Saudi Arabian, then keep reading this article.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

I have a Saudi Arabian passport, do I need a visa to visit Turkey?

Saudi Arabia is one of the countries that require a visa to enter Turkey, so if you have this passport, you do need a visa.

What is a Turkish e-Visa for Saudi Arabians?

This electronic visa is an official document that gives you permission to enter Turkey legally.

How long can Saudi Arabians stay in Turkey with this electronic visa?

If you're a Saudi Arabian passport holder, you can stay per entry 90 days in Total.

What documents do Saudi Arabians need?

iVisa may handle most of the work and Saudi Arabians only need to provide some information to help them get started. However, there is nothing out of the ordinary, and it is highly probable that you already have everything you need. Here is a list of the requirements:

  • Passport – Getting a passport does not represent any difficulties, so you should be able to get one fast. If you already have one, make sure that it is valid and remains for the duration of your trip. Just take a quick peek at the expiry date.

  • E-mail address – your Turkey e-Visa will be linked to your passport electronically, but 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.

  • Means of payment – the payment for your electronic visa and the service fee for iVisa is made before the submission of your application. You can do that using a credit or a debit card. Moreover, if you have a Paypal account, as many people do, you can use that as well.

After you collect all these documents, you can continue with the application form.

How long is the Turkish e-Visa for Saudi Arabians valid?

This e-Visa expires 180 days after arrival if you're Saudi Arabian passport holder.

What are the processing times and prices for the Saudi Arabians?

With iVisa you will find the following three excellent options for you to apply online for your e-Visa. Just choose the one that you prefer according to how soon you want it:

  • Standard processing – This may be the longest processing time, but not as long as you think. Your application will be processed in 24 hours. That does not seem that long, does it? As for the cost, you will be charged USD 86.50.

  • Rush processing – if you want your application processed faster, you can choose this option. Your visa will arrive in your e-mail in just 4 hours, and you will pay USD 106.50 for it.

  • Super Rush processing – this is the fastest available option. Your visa will be ready to use in just 30 minutes for a higher fee of USD 126.50.

How long does it take to apply for the Turkish e-Visa?

As you might guess, you don't need a huge amount of time. With just 20 minutes or less you're ready with the process.

How is the application process for Saudi Arabian?

The application form for a Turkey e-Visa has never been as simple as it is with iVisa. It should only take Saudi Arabian about 20 minutes to complete the required two-step online form. If you need any help, you can call iVisa’s support service. They are always ready 24/7 to take your call and guide you through the process.

  1. The first step is quite simple, Saudi Arabians need to provide personal information like name, address, e-mail, date of arrival, passport info, and many more. In this part you also choose a processing time that suits your needs.

  2. The second step of the application form will require you to make a quick revision and payment. Reviewing and revision are more crucial than you may think. Since the process is so quick, any corrections are no longer possible once it had started. Always double-check the spelling and accuracy of every piece of information you provide and you should be just fine. Submit your application and wait for it to arrive in your selected timeframe once you are done with the two steps.

How many times can I enter Turkey with this e-Visa if I'm a Saudi Arabian?

If you're a Saudi Arabian passport holder, you have Multiple Entry for your Turkish e-Visa. This means, you can enter many times as long as you don't exceed the maximum amount of days allowed.

Do I need this Turkish e-Visa if I'm just transiting through the country?

No, you don't. While you stay in the transit area, you shouldn't apply for the visa.

I'm traveling with my children, do they need e-Visas too?

Yes, regardless of their age, every traveler needs to apply for their e-Visas.

How does the Turkish visa for Saudi Arabians look like?

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Can I stay in Turkey for longer than the period of the e-visa?

In case you want to stay in Turkey longer than your e-Visa allows you to, then you must apply at the nearest Provincial Directorate of Migration Management for a residence card.

Is it safe for Saudi Arabians to apply for this e-Visa?

iVisa is highly rated in security, as you can prove with the testimonials of our happy customers. We also have top-notch methods for ensuring all user accounts are private and completely secure. If you’re worried about your personal information being shared or leaked, you can trust us.

Where can I find more information?

As you can see, acquiring a Turkish e-Visa is not difficult at all. However, if you still have some doubts, you can check this page with more details about this e-Visa.

You can also talk to one of our customer service workers if you want something more detailed. Don't stress out about this tricky process. Start your application form and simplify your trip with iVisa!

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