As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, Vietnamese citizens planning to visit Turkey for tourism or business purposes typically needed a visa to enter Turkey. However, please note that visa requirements and processes can change over time, so it’s essential to check the official website of the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs or contact the nearest Turkish embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date information before planning your trip.

Here are some general guidelines regarding Turkey visa requirements for Vietnamese citizens:

  1. E-Visa for Tourism and Business:
    • Vietnam was one of the countries eligible for the Turkish e-Visa program, which allows travelers to apply for a visa online before their trip.
    • The e-Visa is suitable for tourism and business visits to Turkey and is typically valid for short stays.
  2. E-Visa Application:
    • To apply for a Turkish e-Visa, you can visit the official website of the Republic of Turkey Electronic Visa Application System (https://www.evisa.gov.tr/en/).
    • Fill out the online application form, provide the required information and documents, and pay the visa fee online.
    • After your e-Visa application is approved, you will receive the e-Visa document via email. Print a copy of this document to present upon arrival in Turkey.
  3. Visa at the Turkish Embassy/Consulate:
    • If you prefer not to use the e-Visa system or if you are not eligible for an e-Visa, you can apply for a visa at the nearest Turkish embassy or consulate in Vietnam.
    • The application process at the embassy or consulate may require submitting a visa application form, passport-sized photos, proof of travel arrangements, proof of sufficient funds, and other supporting documents.
  4. Visa on Arrival:
    • Some travelers, including those from Vietnam, may be eligible to obtain a visa on arrival at Turkish airports or border crossings. However, it’s essential to check if this option is available for your nationality before traveling.
  5. Other Types of Visas:
    • If you plan to study, work, or engage in other activities in Turkey, you may need to apply for a specific type of visa, such as a student visa or work visa. These visas typically require sponsorship from a Turkish educational institution or employer.

Please keep in mind that visa requirements and processes can change, and the specific requirements may vary depending on your nationality and the purpose of your visit. Therefore, it’s crucial to check the latest information from official sources, such as the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the Turkish embassy/consulate in Vietnam, before applying for a visa or traveling to Turkey. Additionally, be aware of any travel advisories or health-related requirements, especially in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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