The article discusses the Turkish tourist visa and the Turkey Visa for Emirati citizens. The main topic is the process of obtaining a Turkish tourist visa and the differences between these two types of visas. It also explains how to apply for a Turkish Visa or a multiple-entry visa, what documents you need to have, and how long it takes to get your passport back. Turkey Tourist Visa
What is a Tourist Visa?
A tourist visa is a type of visa issued to foreigners for the purpose of tourism or leisure travel. A tourist visa may be valid for a specific period of time, or it may be valid for an indefinite period.
Requirements for a tourist visa include a passport that is valid for at least six months after the date of intended departure from Turkey, and a valid visa application. Generally, tourists must have sufficient funds to cover their stay in Turkey, as well as enough money to return home if they leave the country before their visa expires.
Foreigners who are not citizens of any country are not eligible to apply for a Turkish tourist visa. Instead, these individuals must apply for a transit or temporary residence permit in Turkey prior to traveling to the country.
How to Apply for a Tourist Visa?
If you are a citizen of an Emirates country and you want to visit Turkey, then you need to apply for a tourist visa. The application process is fairly straightforward, but there are a few things to keep in mind.
First, make sure that you have the proper documentation. You will need to provide your passport information, as well as a copy of your visa application form (available from the Turkish consulate or embassy in your home country). You will also need to provide copies of any documents that prove your citizenship (such as a birth certificate or passport photo).
Next, make arrangements to visit the Turkish consulate or embassy in your home country. You will need to bring all of the documents mentioned above, as well as two passport-sized photos. In most cases, you will be required to schedule an appointment in advance. Turkey Visa for Emirati Citizens
Once you have had your appointment and submitted all of the necessary paperwork, you will receive a notification indicating when your visa is ready. Make sure that you arrive at the Turkish consulate or embassy with enough time to complete the visa application process. In most cases, it takes about 30 minutes total.
Who Qualifies for a Turkish Tourist Visa?
Turkish Tourist Visa Requirements
To qualify for a Turkish tourist visa, you must:
-Be a citizen of a country that is either a member of the European Union or has an agreement with Turkey to be treated as such.
-Be holding a passport that is valid for at least six months after your planned departure from Turkey.
-Have no criminal record.
-Not be carrying any weapons or explosives.
-Not be HIV positive.
If you are not qualifying for a Turkish tourist visa, please see our other article on travel to Turkey which includes information on obtaining a Turkish visa through an embassy or consulate.
What Happens if I Overstay my Tourist Visa in Turkey?
If you overstay your tourist visa in Turkey, you will have to leave the country and apply for a new visa at the Turkish Embassy or Consulate in your home country. If you overstay your tourist visa by more than 90 days, you will be subject to a fine and/or prison sentence. You should also note that if you overstay your tourist visa and are not a citizen of Turkey, you may be subject to deportation.
If you are a Turkish citizen looking to travel to Turkey, or an Emirati citizen wishing to visit Turkey, then you will need to ensure that you have the appropriate visa. The Turkish tourist visa is valid for up to 30 days and can be obtained at any Turkish embassy or consulate. The Emirati tourist visa is valid for up to 15 days and can be obtained at any UAE embassy or consulate. Both visas allow entry into Turkey without a passport and are valid for travel within the country as well as for travel directly to certain popular tourist destinations.