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No, you may not do this. You are limited to a maximum of 90 days within the 180 day period regardless of how many trips those days occur over. This is very clearly stated out on the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs website : The length of stay provided by visa or visa exemption cannot exceed 90 days within each 180 days. The regulation of 90 days ...


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Copying phoog's comment — In general, you cannot, unless you have a compelling reason for not applying in your country of residence. It does not appear that you have a compelling reason, though if your trip to the Netherlands is motivated by some recent development that is beyond your control, such as a family illness, you would have a better chance of ...


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single adult women can apply individually for Turkish visa .Turkey is a Muslim country and its requirement is different from most Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia where women cannot apply individually .Turkey nowadays adapting same visa procedure like most EU countries do. Answer to your second question a friend of mine last year application was rejected ...


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You can print in Besiktas. There are couple of print centers there and I don't think it would be more expensive than $10. Here is coordinate of print centers. 41.043398, 29.007704 Edit: Google Maps link


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Technically speaking it is possible, but personally, I would not risk it with two blank pages, considering: At departure from India, you'll get an exit stamp. At arrival in Turkey, you will get an entry stamp. At departure from Turkey, you will get an exit stamp. At arrival in Romania, you'll receive an entry stamp (Romania is not part of Schengen). At ...


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No problem you will be fine, on Schengen visa page you will be stamped first by Romanian immigration and then later on the same page by Spanish and Austrian authorities.As far as turkey is concerned, you do not need a separate blank page as turkey stamped my passport 5 to 6 times on used pages . On a safe side you have 2 blank pages, you will have no ...


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The e-Visa is fully electronic - there is nothing put in your passport at all for the visa. Upon entering and exiting the country your passport will be stamped with a standard entry/exit stamp which will require only a small amount of space. (Based on obtaining multiple Turkish e-visas, the most recent 3 weeks ago which has already been used to enter ...


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To avoid any problems, make sure you stay airside in Turkey otherwise you'll have to face Turkish customs and the UK will see you as arriving from a non-EU country. Is there a problem if I enter Turkey with more than 200 cigarettes ? If you enter Turkey, anything on top of the 200 cigarette limit is subject to a 57.6% duty1 rate2 and an 18% VAT and a ...


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I'm from Turkey and I don't think you should be worried about anything.. First of all, if anyone missed the situation, Russian and Turkish governments have some political crisis since Russian Sukhoi Su-24 shoot down in 2015. And since 1 January 2016, Russia's visa-free travel with Turkey was suspended. I agreed with Zach. If your plan is transferring to ...


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It's perfectly possible, but right now it's really not sensible - due to the ongoing situation with refugees and illegal immigrants, many of the borders in the south-east of Europe are much more restricted than usual, and you'd have to go through migrant camps to get to them. I'd recommend that you either wait for the current situation to stabilise, or ...



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