The U.S. Embassy to Turkey and the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs have announced that Bermudians and Dominicans will be able to apply for short-term (Bermuda: up to 90 days and Dominican citizens: up to 60 days) visas on arrival at Istanbul Ataturk Airport with proof of onward travel.
What are Bermuda-Turkey Visa Requirements?
Requirements for a Turkey Visa for Bermudian Citizens:
-A passport valid for at least six months after the planned departure from Turkey
-A return air ticket to Turkey
-Proof of sufficient funds (around $300)
-A health certificate from a licensed doctor in your country of residence, dated within the last six months
-Proof of accommodation in Turkey if staying for more than three days
-Proof of registration with the Turkish consulate in your country of residence
-A photocopy of your passport’s front and back pages
When Can I Travel to Turkey with a Bermudian Visa?
Bermuda is a country in the Atlantic Ocean. It is an overseas territory of the United States and has a visa-free agreement with Turkey. Citizens of Bermuda can travel to Turkey without a visa if they meet the following requirements:
-They are traveling for tourism purposes only.
-They are not carrying any money or weapons.
-They have proof of onward travel, such as a ticket or plane reservation.
-They are not staying in Turkey for longer than 90 days.
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Bermuda-Turkey Visa Requirements (What You Need To Know)
If you’re planning a trip to Turkey, you’ll need to first obtain a visa. The cost of a visa depends on your nationality and the type of visa you apply for. The following are the requirements for visas to Turkey:
-Nationals of most countries require a tourist visa.
-Nationals of Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil , Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria , Burkina Faso , Cambodia , Canada , China , Colombia , Congo (Democratic Republic of), Costa Rica , Croatia , Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Honduras Hong Kong Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Korea (South) Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao People’s Democratic Republic Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta
What documentation do I need for my travel to Turkey?
Travelers to Turkey must have a valid passport and visa. The passport must be valid for at least six months after your planned departure from Turkey. All travelers must also present a return or onward ticket, proof of funds (at least $600 per person), and an onward travel document (if required by your destination country).
The following documents are generally accepted as proof of sufficient funds: a bank statement, cashier’s check, or traveler’s check in the amount of $600 or more per person. If you are traveling with children, you will need to provide proof of primary residence and income in the form of a recent bank statement or income tax return.
If you are traveling as part of a group (five or more people), each member of the group must present a valid passport and visa. If you are traveling as part of a group but do not have any other documentation linking you to the group members, you will need to provide additional documentation confirming that you are part of the group. This could include an invitation letter from the group organizer, registration information from your hotel, or confirmation from the transportation company that you will be using.
Read on for information about the visa requirements for Turks visiting Bermuda.
The Turkish Consulate is located in Hamilton. The consulate website provides more detailed information about the visa requirements, including a list of the required documents. In addition, you can find specific visa information on the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs website.
-Your passport with a valid visa for Turkey
-One recent passport-style photograph (2×2 inches)
-Proof of financial resources (bank statement, proof of rent or mortgage, savings account statement, etc.) equivalent to at least 6 months’ stay in Turkey (or other suitable evidence of sufficient funds)
-Evidence of return/departure (airfare ticket, hotel reservation confirmation, etc.)
If you are a citizen of any other country than Turkey and you are visiting Turkey solely for tourism purposes and without working or studying there, you do not need a visa if the period of stay does not exceed 90 days.