Turkey To Introduce E Visa Receipt For Tourists

Turkey To Introduce E Visa Receipt For Tourists

25/04/2019 0 By M Zaman

Turkey has recently announced a major changes on its online evisa rules, which you must need to complying with.

There is no doubt Turkey is a popular tourist destination in Europe.

It is also a popular summer destination among Europeans and people from other parts of the world.

To make it easier and flexible for tourists Turkish government operates a visa policy known as evisa.

Evisa is a visa exemptions for overseas nationals, who can enter Turkey without requiring any visas beforehand they travel.

You can check the eligibility, whether you can enter in Turkey with an evisa from here.

Evisa will also ensure your visa flexibility to applying from a stamped visa from a local embassy.

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If you are eligible from one of the visa exempted countries then you can apply for evisa beforehand you travel in Turkey.

However, the Turkish government makes a recent changes to its evisa policies. In the past, evisa eligible tourists did not require to present a copy of their evisa receipt.

Kleopatra Beach

Kleopatra Beach, Turkey

Now if you want to enter Turkey for tourism, then you need to present a printed copy of your evisa.

If you are failure to produce of the copy, chances are you could be turn away from the airort or risking a detention.

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It is strongly recommend that while you visiting any country you must keep a receipt of a evisa.

This simplifies immigration authorizes to make their job more simpler without any further delays.

So, if you are considering to Turkey any time soon this summer or next make sure you keep a printed copy of your online evisa application.

You can also check for further information from your travel agents.

As well as, you can keep a downloaded copy of your evisa in your smart phone to make your journey smoother and flexible.

You can find out more information evisa information about Turkey from here.

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