Welcome! The Turkish Consulate in the Brazil is located in Salvador.
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|Contact No.||(+55) 71 3335-1064|
|Fax||(+55) 71 3335-1064
Head of Mission: José Angel Espinoza Vasques, Honorary ConsulThe latest factual report about COVID-19 damage states that almost .... number of cases are infected by this virus and the list contains .... recent active cases. And almost .... patients have recovered fortunately. Because of COVID-19, the passing pace of crown patients in 2020 was about ..... The complete test cases performed for COVID-19 patients is ..... A few number of medications and vaccines were pre-requested to cure the COVID-19, the all-out number of these immunizations was up to .....
These consulate services are listed below:
In case you want to apply for an identity card, report about your lost or stolen Turkey ID card, or need to edit or change your particulars on the Identity verification card, consult the high commission.
Remember that passport applications take at least six weeks to process. Dual nationals must declare the other nationality before applying for the renewal of their Turkey passport. If you want to regain Turkish citizenship, wait until the completion of the regaining process. Furthermore, passports are delivered to the applicant via postal services, and there's no need to visit the high commission.
In the wake of the pandemic, visitors are requested to provide a registered, secure, and trackable envelope with their full address and pre-paid postage stamps to receive their sensitive documents via post. The envelope must indicate the applicant's full name and postal code while having enough return postage. Moreover, anyone visiting the Turkish Honorary Consulate in Salvador must abide by the necessary SOPs, wear a mask, and comply with social distancing rules
Remember that single-entry visa can be obtained for tourism and business purposes whereas diplomatic official visa is only for people traveling to Turkey on official duty. A multiple-entry visa is issued to British citizens only, and other citizens' applications are diverted to the immigration headquarters for further processing. To obtain an entry permit for a brief stop-over in Turkey or an overnight stay, you need to apply for a transit visa. The East African visa is a multiple-entry visa granted to tourists visiting Turkey, Rwanda, and Uganda. Referred visas are issued to members of certain countries. The immigration services director approves their visas.
Please note that applications submitted without complete support documents will not be processed. It may take up to three business days for the embassy to process your visa application.
The government of Turkey promoting tourism and trying to make travel hassle so electronic visa witch are completely online process for form fill to payment and Documents upload.
Complete Guide to the Turkish Visa and Visas Types
1- Turkey Visas for Tourism and Business Purposes
2- Turkey Student Visa
3- Turkey Working Visa
4- Official Visa
5- Other Visas
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