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I have a single entry Schengen visa (business) valid from 16 Nov - 30 Nov 2018. I am planning to visit Belgium on 16 November and Slovakia on 18 November. Then I plan to visit Turkey on 24-26 November.

I have already obtained a Turkey e-Visa valid from 17 November 2018 to 15 May 2019. Is it possible for me to travel to Turkey with this single-entry e-Visa since I am going to use my single-entry Schengan visa before travel to Turkey?

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  • Yes it is valid for entry until the date your Schengen Visa expires. Even if you have used the single entry already. – Hanky Panky Nov 13 '18 at 13:37
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As Turkey is not a member of EU, you can visit Turkey until the expire date of your visa, even if you go through Schengen countries.

  • Welcome to the site, Ismail. My edit was just to fix the spelling on a few words. – Giorgio Nov 13 '18 at 15:42
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    The asker doesn't think Turkey is in the EU. The point is that having a Schengen visa allows you to get a Turkish e-visa, and the asker is wondering if their Turkish e-visa is still valid after they've used their single-entry Schengen visa. – David Richerby Nov 13 '18 at 16:31
  • My answer says Turkey does not concern the Schengen visa OP must have a visa for Turkey. – Ismail Gunes Nov 24 '18 at 9:19

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