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Turkey e-Visa Requirements for Citizens of Indonesia

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The Turkish government developed the e-Visa for Turkey in 2013 to facilitate visits from foreign citizens. It is available to nationals of over 100 countries. The e-Visa replaces the previous “sticker visa” and offers numerous advantages to foreign visitors with a more competitive price, online application, and faster processing times.

Do Indonesians need the e-Visa for Turkey?

Yes, Indonesian passport holders will need the e-Visa to travel to Turkey. The Turkish visa policies detail the advantages this online visa offers and the requirements Turkish nationals must meet to apply.

The Turkish e-Visa is valid for 180 days (6 months) and grants Indonesian visitors a single-entry and an authorized permanence of up to 30 days. They can travel to Turkey by air, road, or sea, offering Indonesian arrivals’ flexibility to plan their visit freely. Its application process is entirely online, removing the need to visit an embassy or consular office. They can request the e-Visa from the comfort of their homes without any issues.

Turkey e-Visa Requirements for Indonesian Citizens

Applicants for the Turkey e-Visa should read through the visa requirements for Indonesian nationals before beginning their application. Some of these conditions are detailed below:

  • Passport with a validity of 6 months or more on the date of arrival
  • 2 blank pages available on the same passport
  • Credit or debit card
  • Email address
  • Having purchased their travel tickets to Turkey

Indonesians must ensure they possess a passport that will be valid for at least 6 months on the date they plan to reach Turkey. It should also have a minimum of two blank pages to receive any entry and exit stamps by border officials.

Indonesian requesters will also need an email address to register with. This will be where their final Turkey e-Visa is sent following approval. They will require a debit or credit card to pay the visa processing fee that has been previously activated for online payments.

Lastly, when Indonesian citizens begin their application process for the Turkey e-Visa, some of the questions will be regarding their travel itinerary. Therefore we recommend they have booked their travel tickets before they initiate the e-Visa request.

If Indonesians are planning to visit Turkey for reasons other than business or tourism, for example, for academic or professional opportunities, and need to stay in the country for over a month, they should schedule a visit at the Turkish embassy in Jakarta for further information.

How Do I Apply for the e-Visa for Turkey from Indonesia?

Indonesian citizens who confirm the Turkey e-Visa suits their travel preferences can initiate the application form. The application process includes the following personal questions:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Home address
  • Email id
  • Phone number

They will also have to provide some of their passport details:

  • Passport number
  • Passport issuance and expiry date
  • Citizenship

Lastly, they will also be required to share details about their travel itinerary:

  • Dates of travel
  • Tickets
  • Accommodation proof

We recommend that Indonesian applicants take time to check they have all the relevant information to hand before beginning their application. They should also carefully review their answers for any mistakes or typos before submitting their form, as it cannot be edited once delivered. Any errors can hold up the evaluation process or even lead to a rejection of their request.

Do underage travelers from Indonesia also need the e-Visa?

Yes, The Turkish government also requires underage Indonesians to travel with their own e-Visa previously approved. Parents or legal guardians of any minors visiting Turkey in their company can fill in their application using the same email id and payment methods without any problems.

Do I need to pay the e-Visa during my application?

Yes, the application for the Turkish e-Visa is completed and submitted to the Turkish government with the payment of the processing fee. Indonesians must ensure their card has been previously activated for online payments and carries sufficient funds.

How willI Receive my Turkey e-Visa?

Once the e-Visa request is submitted, the Turkish government evaluates the form to corroborate it has been correctly filled in. The evaluation process takes approximately 24 hours. Nevertheless, we recommend Indonesian travelers to apply at least 3 business days before their arrival.

The Turkish government issues the approved e-Visa in a downloadable link in a confirmation email. Once received, they should print out a copy and display it at border controls upon arrival. We also recommend that they keep the printed-out copy with them at all times during their stay.

Can Indonesians Request a Visa on Arrival in Turkey?

Yes, Indonesian passport holders are amongst the citizens authorized to obtain a Turkish visa on arrival. It is available for Indonesian travelers who have not had the chance to apply online before their departure. Nevertheless, despite being available, the Turkey e-Visa is the most convenient and preferred travel option for Indonesian visitors.

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