Are you planning to move to Turkey? Or perhaps you’re already living in Turkey and want to visit Mexico or Bahrain. Whatever your situation, you need to be aware of the specific visa requirements if you’re traveling between the three countries mentioned above. This article covers information on how to get a Turkey Visa for Mexican Citizens and also how to get a Turkey Visa for Bahraini Citizens. If you have any questions about this topic, please leave them in the comments section below!
What type of visa do you need?
The type of visa you need will depend on your nationality, your citizenship, your level of education, and where you want to study. If you want to study at a private university or language school, you will generally only need a short-term tourist visa. A business visa is required if you plan on studying in one of Turkey’s many universities. It is not necessary if your stay will be less than 90 days. Students coming from Mexico and Bahrain do not need visas for stays less than 90 days in Turkey. However, if students are going to stay longer than 90 days then they may apply for student visas at their nearest Turkish consulate before entering Turkey. This process normally takes about 15 working days so it is recommended that students apply early.
What are the requirements for getting a visa?
Like all countries, Turkey has its own set of visa requirements that must be met before you’re able to obtain a tourist visa. According to Turkish law, you’ll need an original passport that’s valid for at least 6 months beyond your expected arrival date in Turkey; photocopies are not accepted. Make sure that it has blank pages on which entry and exit stamps can be placed (Turkey requires 6 pages); no other country’s visas can be affixed there. Your passport must also have two empty pages (or 2 more than required) so they can be stamped by customs officials as you enter and leave Turkey.
What can you expect from your interview?
You should expect it to take two hours; it will be done by someone from our visa department, who is supposed to speak good English. You’ll also need your passport or e-KTP and one photo, your own address in Turkey (in case you want us to send you some paperwork), and about 1,000-1,500 Turkish Lira with which we can issue you a receipt for any payments due on arrival in Turkey. Oh, one more thing: Although you’re not required to get health insurance when arriving in Turkey, we highly recommend that all foreigners do so anyway – after all: no one wants their holiday ruined by getting sick! So feel free to call us at any time if you have any further questions! Good luck with your application! Turkey Visa for Mexican Citizens
What are the forms you will need to complete?
First, you’ll need an original passport that has been valid for at least six months (in most cases) and has two blank pages. If your passport is less than two years old, you will also need three passport-sized photos (2×2). If it’s over two years old, then only one photo is required. You may be asked to submit other forms of ID such as a driver’s license or student ID. Some Turkish consulates request an original birth certificate or proof of divorce if you are single. In any case, each consulate will have its own set of rules with which you must comply.
When will I receive my visa?
Once you receive your e-visa, it will take approximately 24 hours to process. As soon as it is processed, we will send you an email so that you can print out your visa. Your visa should arrive at your doorstep within 2-3 days. A traveler must have their e-visit in hand before traveling to Turkey. It is not possible for us or Turkish immigration officials to give you any type of extension once you are already in Turkey. Please make sure that everything is correct when filling out your application form, because there will be no other opportunity to fix mistakes after arrival in Turkey.
Is there anything else I should know about Turkish visas?
There is a Turkish visa called Visa Exemption that allows people from certain countries, including Mexico and many Arab nations, to stay in Turkey for up to 90 days without having to apply for an actual visa. However, after your initial 90-day visit, you will be expected (not required) to leave Turkey. If you plan on staying longer than 90 days or if you want one of those visas with more options like being able to work or travel beyond Turkey’s borders, then you have some additional paperwork—and paperwork costs—to consider. You can find out more about what kind of Turkish visa is right for you by visiting our website . . .