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Yes, citizens of Vietnam are eligible to apply for a Turkey e-Visa.

To apply for a Turkey e-Visa, you need to visit the official website of the Republic of Turkey Electronic Visa Application System. Follow the instructions provided and complete the online application form. Make sure to have all the necessary documents ready before starting the application process.

  • Valid passport
  • Recent passport-sized photograph
  • Completed application form
  • Payment of the e-Visa fee

The validity of a Turkey e-Visa depends on the type of e-Visa you apply for. For tourism and business purposes, the e-Visa is typically valid for a duration of 180 days (6 months), allowing once entries for a stay of up to 30 days within that period.

No, you cannot extend your stay in Turkey beyond the allowed duration specified on your e-Visa. If you wish to stay longer, you will need to apply for a different type of visa or permit through the relevant Turkish authorities.

No, you cannot enter Turkey with a printed copy of your e-Visa. The e-Visa must be presented in its digital format on a smartphone, tablet, or other electronic devices at the port of entry.

Yes, Vietnamese citizens are required to obtain a visa to enter Turkey for tourism or business purposes, regardless of the length of their stay. However, there are two options depending on their specific needs - a Turkey e-visa or a traditional visa.

Vietnamese citizens travelling to Turkey have two main options for obtaining a visa, depending on the nature and duration of their trip:

  1. e-Visa:
    • Most Vietnamese citizens qualify for an e-Visa, which is an electronic visa obtained online.
    • This option is valid for tourism and business purposes with a maximum stay of 30 days within 180 days.
    • Requirements:
      • A valid passport with at least six months' validity beyond your arrival date.
      • A valid email address.
      • Payment of the visa processing fee (USD 52 as of February 2024).
    • Application process: Submit the online application form at least 4 days before your travel date on the Turkish e-Visa website:
  2. Traditional Visa:
    • If you don't qualify for an e-Visa or require a more extended stay, you must apply for a traditional visa in person at the Turkish embassy or consulate in Vietnam.
    • This option allows for extended stays and various visa types (tourist, business, student, etc.).
    • Requirements:
      • A valid passport with at least 6 months' validity beyond your arrival date.
      • Completed visa application form.
      • Supporting documents depending on the visa type (e.g., flight itinerary, invitation letter, proof of financial means).
      • Passport photos.
      • Visa processing fee.

You can apply for an e-Visa online through the Turkish website

  1. Visit the e-Visa website and create an account.
  2. Fill out the online application form with accurate information.
  3. Upload any required documents (e.g., passport scan, flight ticket).
  4. Pay the visa fee using a secure online payment method.
  5. Submit your application and wait for processing.
  6. If approved, your e-Visa will be sent to your email address. Print it out and carry it with you during your travel.

Yes, Vietnamese nationals generally do need a visa to visit Turkey. However, there are a few exceptions:

  • Holders of valid visas or residence permits from Schengen countries, the United States, the United Kingdom, or Ireland can apply for an Electronic Visa (e-Visa) online for tourism purposes. This e-Visa allows for a single entry and a stay of up to 30 days.
  • Official passport holders are exempt from visa requirements for stays up to 90 days.

If you don't fall into these exceptions, you must apply for a traditional visa through the Turkish embassy or consulate in Vietnam.

Yes, Vietnamese citizens can apply for an eVisa to Turkey. The Turkish government offers an eVisa program for citizens of many countries, including Vietnam. Vietnamese citizens can apply for a visa online without visiting a Turkish embassy or consulate.

Individuals holding Vietnamese passports can travel to Turkey, but they will likely need a visa, depending on their circumstances.

While Vietnam and Turkey wouldn't be considered formal allies in the traditional sense, they maintain friendly and cooperative relations in various areas.

Current relationship:

  • Both countries see each other as promising economic partners.
  • Trade volume has increased steadily, reaching about $1.91 billion in 2015.
  • They have signed agreements on investment protection, double taxation, civil aviation, maritime cooperation, and customs assistance.
  • Turkey provided medical supplies and equipment to Vietnam during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • High-level political visits and joint economic commissions promote further cooperation.