To avoid long queues at border crossings and airports, the Electronic Visa Application System (e-Visa) was introduced on April 17, 2013. So far, 23 million 254 thousand 597 foreign citizens from 35 million 485 thousand 631 have e-gotten a visa since January 1, 2020.
According to data received from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs granted an electronic visa to an AA correspondent on April 17, 2013.
Between April 17, 2013, when the e-Visa program started, until January 1, 2018, 23 million 254 thousand 597 international visitors applied for an e Visa. The transition rate to e-Visa is 88.09 per cent, with 20 million 485 thousand 631 applications processed.
According to the data, an average of 15-17 thousand e-Visas are issued every day, with the number of e-Visas issued increasing during the summer months. The most e-Visa days were 46,747 on July 13, 2015, during the time given.
The most structured country was England, which had 5.8 million visas, while the UK had 2.6 million permits with Iraq, 2.1 million in the Netherlands, and 1.1 million in Belgium. Poland and Saudi Arabia, with 1 million euros each, 856 thousand in the United States, 734 thousand in China People’s Republic, 662 thousand in Norway, and 621 thousand in Kuwait, were the most e-Visas elsewhere.
During this time, e-Visa collected 457 million 78 thousand 762 dollars in visa fees, compared to 101 million 776 thousand 885 $ in 2017.
In 2017 Only 4.3 million e-Visas were acquired.
According to the data, 4 million 801 thousand 862 international visitors filed for e-Visas last year. While 4 million 287 thousand 222 applications were converted to e-Visa, the e-Visa conversion rate was 89,28 per cent.
The United Kingdom, with 1.1 million visas granted, was followed by Iraq, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, the People’s Republic of China, Poland, Kuwait, Belgium, Algeria, and the United States.
Individual, family (minimum 2, maximum 10) and group e-visa applications are available for only tourist and business purposes (minimum 10 and maximum 300).
A total of 10 terminals, all of which are located in Ataturk Airport, are available in addition to the website for Turkey e Visa application.” Tourists seeking e-Visas at the border can use these kiosks to pay using credit or debit cards. Until the beginning of this year, the kiosks were able to provide a total of 280,491 e-Visas.
Processing is complete in 2 minutes.
Applicants can apply for an e-Visa on https://turkeyvisaonline.com/ in around three minutes. Turkey visas for tourism and business, State Department foreign representatives, border crossings, and e-visa application systems are all things to consider when planning a trip to Turkey.
While visa applications at diplomatic representatives are available to all foreigners, those applying through border gateways and the e-Visa system can only meet certain conditions for citizens of certain countries.
Foreign citizens were requested to apply for pre-application via ” www.turkeyvisaonline.com” before the applications were arranged through foreign representatives. The foreign citizen must upload their identity, passport, and other information, and a scanned photograph, scanned travel and accommodation information, references, and additional similar information, to the system as part of the preliminary application. After filling out this information, you may schedule an appointment to apply for a visa in person.
The system received a 5 out of 5 rating from 82.56 per cent of visitors.
Applicants can use the Electronic Visa Application System to provide their personal information, travel documents, and trip dates from anywhere with an internet connection. They can get their e-Visa if the visa cost is paid online.
After completing the application, candidates using the system were asked to review the new system, with 82.56 per cent giving it a 5 out of 5 ratings and 9.70 per cent giving it a 4 out of 5 ratings.