For American citizens
Turkey Visa Updates
The government of Turkey announced the immediate suspension of visa services to U.S. citizens, effective October 8, 2017. According to the government’s announcement, this includes the issuance of physical “sticker” visas at border posts, and the online Turkish electronic visa (e-visa). U.S. citizens planning travel to Turkey, and who have questions regarding this regulation should contact the closest Embassy or Consulate of Turkey, or the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The U.S. Embassy in Ankara, the Consulate General in Istanbul, the Consulate in Adana and the Consular Agency in Izmir remain open, and continue to provide services to U.S. citizens in Turkey.
At present we only have a small number of clients from the USA travelling with us to Turkey from now to the end of the year. For those who already have their Turkish visa, we are advising you contact your local Turkish consulate and provide them with contact details. For those who have booked their trip but don’t yet have their visa, we are giving them the opportunity to postpone their travel arrangements to a later date, free of charge.