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British and Irish Passport holders traveling to, and entering, Turkey require a Visa. Visas can be obtained at the port of entry in Turkey, or from the Turkish Consulate General in London, or any Turkish Diplomatic Missions in other countries.

Sticker-type Visa stamps are issued at the port of entry, allowing a stay in Turkey for up to 90 days. This is a multi-entry Visa and entitles you to travel to and from Turkey as many times as you like within its 3-month validity period. It costs £10 for UK Passport holders, and €10 for Irish Passport holders. This fee, payable in cash is the only requirement. If there is more than one person travelling on the same passport, each individual is liable to pay the Visa fee. PLEASE NOTE that this type of Visa does not allow you to engage in either paid, or unpaid, employment.

Those who wish to obtain an entry Visa from the Turkish Consulate in London should apply to the Consulate General. The Visa fee is £40 and should be paid by postal order or cash. A passport-size photograph should also be submitted with the application.

All other UK citizens who plan to stay in Turkey for more than 90 days must first obtain the appropriate Visa from a Turkish Embassy or Consulate prior to arrival.  Please note that you must obtain a further 3-month Visa before your first Permit expires of 3 months only may be granted on a 3-month Visa. PLEASE NOTE however that a second application for an extension will not be accepted.

It is recommended that you have a minimum of 6 months validity on your passport from the date of your entry into Turkey.

The citizens from the countries written below can apply to the Turkish Police for Visa extensions:
USA, Germany, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Holland, England, Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Iceland, Japan, Canada, Luxemburg, Norway, Portugal, New Zealand, Greece.

Any other nationalities must leave the country - and re-enter.


If you wish to apply for a Residency Permit in Turkey, you should apply to the Aliens Department of the Police Headquarters, in the province where you live.

(a) Residency Permits are obtained after arrival in Turkey. A formal application must be made to the Police Authority of the province in which you reside, or to the Aliens Department of the Police Authority in Ankara, if no fixed abode in Turkey is intended. However, well before your departure from the UK, you should contact the Turkish Embassy in London for information on requirements for Residency, and also for information about importation of your household goods or car, where applicable.

(b) A Residency Permit is an absolute necessity before you can clear any personal goods/car etc. from Turkish Customs. Therefore an application for a Residency Permit must be made in Turkey within one month from the date of your arrival in Turkey.

(c) On first application, Residency Permits can be issued for a 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 year period, thereafter for a maximum of five years at any one time.


  • Translation of the Pasaport,
  • 5 photographs of pasaport size,
  • a copy of title deed, which has to be in the residency area bearing the same address, or rental contract of the house-the contract has to be at least for two years.
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