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102nd IATP Conference in Istanbul, Turkey
102nd IATP Conference
Istanbul, Turkey
October 09 - 13, 2010
VISA Requirements

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Turkey

Visa is a form affixed into the passports to prove that the holder of the passport meets the requirements for admission into the issuing country.
There are two types of visas in the Turkish practice:

1) Entry visa (single entry, multiple entry and entry with special annotations)
2) Transit visa (single and double transit)

Single entry visa is valid for one year and allows its holder, depending on the nationality and passport type, to stay in Turkey up to three months and to visit the country only one time.

Multiple entry visa is valid for up to five years and allows its holder to make multiple visits and, depending on the nationality and passport type he/she can stay one to three months each time he/she enters into Turkey.

Transit visa is valid for up to three months and allows the person to travel to another country through transiting the Turkish territory.
Where and When do I apply for a Tourist Visa?
Step 1. Please click here to see whether you need to have a visa to enter into Turkey or not.

Step 2. Please click here to see the contact information of the nearest Turkish Embassy/Consulate General.

Step 3. Citizens of some countries have the possibility to obtain their visas at the Turkish border gates (sticker visa). Please click here to see the list of countries whose nationals are allowed to obtain their visas at the border gates.
Travel information
The power supply in Turkey is 220V/50Hz. You might require an adaptor for the round tow-pins sockets used in Turkey unless your electronic appliance takes 100-240V. Otherwise make sure to bring an adapter with you.

You also might need a transformer to be able to use your electrical appliances. Make sure to carefully read the information on your electrical appliances.
Istanbul is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GTM +2; GMT + 3 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October).
Currency: Turkey's unit of currency is the Turkish Lira (Türk Liras, TRY). In 2009 a new series of banknotes (bills) with strengthened anti-counterfeiting features, was introduced. The new notes are in denominations of TRY 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 liras. The lira is divided into 100 Kurus, with coins in denominations of Kr1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 (Kurus) and TRY 1.

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