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Yes, Sri Lankan citizens can obtain a Turkey eVisa.

To apply for a Turkey eVisa, you need to visit the official website of the Turkish government's Electronic Visa Application System. Fill out the application form with your personal details, passport information, and travel plans. Make sure to double-check the information for accuracy. After completing the application, pay the required visa fee using a valid payment method. Once approved, you will receive the eVisa via email, which you should print and carry with you during your trip.

The visa fee for the Turkey eVisa varies depending on your nationality. For Sri Lankan citizens, the eVisa fee is USD 25.

The Turkey eVisa is typically valid for a period of 180 days (6 months) from the date of issuance. Within this period, you can enter Turkey for stays of up to 30 days within a 180-day period.

The processing time for a Turkey eVisa is usually quick, typically taking a few minutes to a few days. However, it's recommended to apply well in advance of your travel date to account for any unforeseen delays.

The Turkey eVisa cannot be extended beyond its initial validity. If you wish to stay longer in Turkey, you would need to leave the country before the eVisa expires and reapply for a new visa or consider other visa options available.

The Turkey eVisa is generally issued for tourism and business-related travel. If you have other purposes such as studying or working in Turkey, you may need to apply for a different type of visa through the appropriate channels.

Yes, Sri Lanka is included in the countries eligible for a Turkish e-Visa.

You'll need a valid Sri Lankan passport (valid for at least 6 months after entry), a completed online application form, and a credit or debit card for the visa fee.

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended departure date from Turkey.

Yes,When applying for a Turkish e-Visa as a Sri Lankan citizen, you are generally required to have a return ticket, hotel reservation, and proof of sufficient funds for your stay.

Currently, Turkey e-Visas are only valid for a single entry.

You can apply for a Turkey e-Visa online through the Turkish e-Visa website.

No, the e-Visa application form is currently not available in Sinhala. It's available in English and several other languages.

Processing times can vary, but they typically take 1-2 business days. Expedited options are available at an additional cost for faster processing.

The cost of a Turkey e-Visa can vary depending on the processing time chosen (standard, urgent, super urgent) and any additional service fees. Check the Turkish e-visa cost for current pricing.

The e-Visa website likely accepts payments in major currencies like USD or EUR. You may need a credit or debit card denominated in a supported currency.

A Turkey e-Visa is typically valid for 30 days or 60 days from the date of arrival, depending on the option chosen during application.

A Turkish e-Visa is primarily for tourism and business purposes. It does not allow for work or residence in Turkey.

No, Turkey e-Visas are not currently extendable. If you plan to stay longer, you should apply for a different type of visa at a Turkish embassy or consulate.

No, your e-visa will specify the ports of entry you can use to enter Turkey. Check your e-visa confirmation for details.

No, a Turkish e-visa is only valid for entry into Turkey. You'll need separate visas for travel to other countries.

If your application is rejected, you will be notified by email. The notification should explain the reason for the rejection. If you address the issue, you can re-apply.

You can edit your information online if you notice a mistake before applying. For errors after submission, contact the e-Visa helpline or email for assistance.

Sri Lankan citizens might apply at an embassy or consulate for visas not available online, for personalized assistance with complex situations, or because they lack access to the online system.

To apply, they should check the Turkish embassy's website for procedures, book an appointment, fill out the application form, gather necessary documents, and attend an interview if required.

After submitting your application form, you can check the status of your application using the reference number and passport details provided.

The e-Visa website has a help section with FAQs and contact information. You can also contact us on our website through the ‘Contact Us’ option at the bottom of the homepage.

Yes, all Sri Lankan citizens travelling to Turkey, regardless of age, require their e-Visa.

You can add more by clicking ‘adding applicant’ while completing the online form.

You should apply for a Turkish e-Visa based on the passport you intend to use for travel. Check if your other citizenship requires a visa for Turkey.

A regular visa is obtained through a Turkish embassy or consulate and often involves more paperwork and longer processing times. An e-visa is a quicker and more convenient option for eligible travellers.

If you plan to stay longer than 60 days, intend to work in Turkey, or require multiple entries, you should apply for a regular visa.

No, a health certificate is not currently required for a Turkey e-Visa application. However, health requirements for entry might change, so check official sources closer to your travel date.

Travel insurance is not mandatory for the e-Visa application, but it's highly recommended for international travel.

You might need additional paperwork to bring a pet to Turkey. Check Turkish pet import regulations before travelling.

No, a criminal background check is not typically required for a Turkey e-Visa application.

Print a copy of your approved e-Visa confirmation and have your valid Sri Lankan passport ready for border control.

Your e-visa confirmation will specify the authorised ports of entry. Check this information carefully before travelling.

The Turkish e-Visa website is a secure application submission platform.

The e-Visa website is the most reliable source for up-to-date information on visa requirements and application procedures.

While some travel agencies offer assistance, applying directly through the e-Visa website is generally recommended for the most efficient and secure process.

Common mistakes include

  1. Entering incorrect passport information.
  2. Applying for the wrong visa type.
  3. Not paying the visa fee. Double-check all details before submitting your application.

Please carefully review your application before submitting it. Ensure that your passport details, travel dates, and chosen visa type are accurate.

Present your printed e-visa confirmation and your passport at border control upon arrival.

If your e-Visa is lost or stolen, you can retrieve a copy or apply for a new one. Check the e-Visa website for instructions.

Cancellation options might be limited. The website may have information on cancellation procedures and any applicable fees.

Applying at least a week before your intended travel date is recommended to allow for processing time.

No, Turkey e-visas are not currently extendable. If you plan to stay longer, you must apply for a regular visa beforehand.

Unfortunately, e-visas are typically tied to specific travel dates. You should apply for a new e-visa with your updated travel information. Check the website for details on modifying existing applications.

You cannot change the visa type after receiving your e-visa. If your travel purpose has changed, you must apply for a new visa with the appropriate category.

Service charges might be applied depending on the chosen processing method (standard, urgent, super urgent). Check the e-Visa website for the latest fee structure.

The website likely accepts major credit or debit cards for online payments.

It's not recommended. Your passport needs to be valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended departure from Turkey. Apply for a passport renewal before applying for the e-Visa.

A criminal record might not automatically disqualify you, but Turkish authorities have the final say. If you have concerns, consider consulting a visa specialist.

Turkey's e-visa system is generally faster and more streamlined than applying for visas for other European countries.

The Turkish Lira (TRY) is the official currency in Turkey. You can exchange your Sri Lankan Rupee (LKR) for TRY before or upon arrival.

While English is spoken in some tourist areas, learning basic Turkish phrases can be helpful for your trip.

Turkey has a diverse climate depending on the region. Spring (April-May) and autumn (September-October) offer pleasant weather for most areas. Consider your preferences when planning your trip.