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Do I need transit visa? Depends on your citizenship. Since you have to change airport you need proper documentation to enter Turkey What is known traveler number? The US has programs for frequent travelers such as Global Entry or Nexus. These programs make immigration in the US a lot easier. You don't need one, though. If you are not participating in ...


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I am converting @HankyPanky's comment into an answer. You need to apply for a visa using the official Turkish eVisa website the procedure is relatively fast and easy. For a US citizen it will cost 20 USD today and will allow multiple entries.


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You will need a transit visa, from the Ministry Of Foreign Affairs: United States of America: Ordinary and official passport holders are required to have visa to enter Turkey. Because you are leaving the airport, you must have a visa. An E-Visa can be obtained here.


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You have plenty of time for your transit. I have been at the new airport and only had 2 hours on 2 seperate tickets. Here is a map of the airport. The airport has good signs and live tables that show how much time you will need to walk to a gate area. To expedite your transit: Exit the airplane as early as possible so you can be the first on security check (...


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As you've stated, some countries require hotels to check your visa status when you check-in (eg, China), or require you to provide visa details in order to avoid paying taxes (eg, Israel). Turkey does NOT require either of these. I have checked into hotels in Turkey dozens of times, across 10 or more different hotels. On every occasion they have required ...


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Turkey Embassy will find out if you give false information and probably you will be banned to get in country at least for 10 years. You may have a better chance with UK recidency but if only you be honest with them. You can't fool computers and Turkish government. They track everyone and you are in their system.


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The answer to both 1 and 2 seems to be no. In the How long you can stay section there is this statement. Your visa will say how long you are allowed to stay in the UK. It also says this: Your visa will say how long you are allowed to stay in the UK. Presumably your Turkish acquaintance has his visa and has read it and knows when he needs to leave ...


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sorry I know it's been a while, but I've found that this specific style is not just called iznik, but "raised iznik." That is obviously because the paint is raised and not flat on the ceramics, like others.


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So the real question is: can we get a single entry visa two times in the same month? Yes. There is no such restriction listed on the eVisa website. You can apply for the second visa as soon as you are out of Turkey. The only restriction is the famous 90 days out of 180 rule. Focus on the last sentence of this Q&A. The duration of 90-day-stay on my ...


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I assume you will exit the airport, if so you need a visa as you are visa-free only if you stay inside the airport: Question: I will be flying to Europe. I know that our aircraft will land in İstanbul. I am not planning to leave the transit lounge. Do I need to get transit visa? Answer: If you will not leave the transit lounge at the airport you ...


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Yes, your assumption is correct. Your "Jörg" and the name starts with "W" should belong on the "Ad" (Name) field (seperated with a space of course) and "Mittag" should belong on the "Soyad" (Surname) field. Here an example of an e-Visa which is probably the same as with the normal visa application.


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Per Timatic, the system used by airlines, the following are required: Passport / travel documents valid for a minimum of 150 days from the arrival date, printed in the Latin alphabet and containing at least 1 unused visa page excluding the page reserved for "Observations" or "Amendments and Endorsements". A visa (Source)


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The minimum transfer time expected should be 1 hours and 15/30 minutes for an international to a domestic flight. If you arrive on an International flight and continue on domestic flight (or vice versa), the minimum time varies between 1h 15 min. and 1h 30 min. The longer time needed for domestic/international transiting is due to passing through ...


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Yes, you will be eligible for a free hotel, and transportation to the hotel. Turkish airlines offers this for all connections that are longer than 12 hours (for economy class, 9 hours for business class) where a shorter option is not available - which in this case it is not. You can find details of this service on the Turkish Airlines website. When you ...


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No, you don't, because Ireland and Turkey do not have a yellow fever vaccination requirement. Even in countries that do, yellow fever vaccination is required only if you're coming from an area with endemic yellow fever, which covers much of South America and Africa, but not India or Turkey.


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