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Turkey Online e-Visa for Canadian

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Canada is one of several countries whose citizens may apply for a Turkey electronic visa, or e-Visa. The Turkey online e-Visa requirements for Canadian nationals are straightforward.

Canadian travelers planning a trip to Turkey are eligible to apply for an electronic visa through the quick and convenient Turkey online e-Visa application system.

The e-Visa was introduced in 2013 and the electronic system has significantly sped up the visa application process for trips to Turkey.

The Turkey online e-Visa is a single or multiple entry visa that allows stays of up to 30 or 90 days, depending on the nationality of the passport holder. It can also be used to transit through Turkey.

To obtain a Turkey e-Visa, Canadian passport holders simply need to fill in and submit an online application form.

Applicants from Canada must meet certain requirements to have their e-Visa for Turkey approved.

Do I Need a Visa for Turkey from Canada?

Canadian citizens who intend to visit Turkey for tourism or business-related trips can obtain an electronic visa. The advantage of the e-Visa is that it does not require a time-consuming trip to an embassy or consulate. Canadian travelers are able to stay in the country for up to 90 days under Turkey e-Visa authorization.

An approved Turkey e-Visa can be used for single or multiple entry into the country and is valid for 180 days from the date of issue.

Canadian citizens who wish to live in Turkey for work or study require a different type of visa that can only be obtained by applying at a Turkish embassy or consulate in their country of residence. Additionally, if they wish to remain in Turkey for longer than 90 days for business or leisure purposes, they are obligated to obtain a long-term permit instead of the e-Visa.

Canadian passport holders who are already in possession of a valid visa for Turkey do not need to apply for a separate e-Visa to travel to the country.

Is a Turkey e-Visa a Requirement for Canadian Nationals?

If a Canadian national plans to visit Turkey for up to 90 days for tourism or business, they are

required to gain prior travel authorization in order to enter Turkey.

This can be done by applying for a Turkish e-Visa. The online application form is quick and easy to complete and can be done from the comfort of the traveler’s home.

The Turkey e-Visa for Canadian passport holders is swiftly granted and saves the time that applicants would otherwise spend on visa applications via an embassy or consulate.

Canadian passport holders can apply for the Turkey e-Visa at any point before their intended trip commences. However, it is recommended that travelers submit an e-Visa application at least 48 hours before departure.

If visitors from Canada do not receive an e-Visa ahead of their trip to Turkey, it is possible to gain a visa on arrival into the country. Applying for a visa on arrival, however, can take time and does not guarantee being granted entry into Turkey.

Turkey Online e-Visa Application for Citizens of Canada

The application process for the Turkey e-Visa for citizens of Canada is easy to complete. Travelers are simply required to fill in the online application form and provide the following requirements:

  • Passport valid for a minimum of 6 months beyond the duration of stay in Turkey
  • Current email address to receive the approved Turkey e-Visa
  • Credit or debit card to pay the fee

Travelers may also be required to submit additional documentation in support of their application. The online system will inform applicants of any additional documentation required after they have selected their country of nationality and travel dates.

It is essential to make sure all the information given during the application process is correct and matches the details of the applicant’s passport.

As the Turkey e-Visa is electronically linked to the applicant’s Canadian passport upon approval, this same passport must be presented when entering Turkey.

If the passport is lost, stolen, damaged, or rendered invalid, it is also necessary to apply for a new Turkey e-Visa with a new Canadian passport. Additionally, if an applicant’s travel dates change, they must obtain a new e-Visa travel dates cannot be amended.

Travelers must enter Turkey within 180 days from the date of issue of the e-Visa.

How Will I Receive my Turkey e-Visa from Canada?

Once a Turkey e-Visa is approved, a link to download the e-Visa will be available in the final step of the online application process.

The same link to download the e-Visa will also be sent to the email address used in the application form.

Canadian citizens entering Turkey with an e-Visa are required to present a printed copy of the e-Visa to border officials.

In the case that an applicant is notified by the application system that their e-Visa cannot be approved, they should visit their nearest Turkish embassy or consulate.

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