Turkey Visa Application Centres Become Operational In India And Nepal


Gateway Management, a Turkish company authorized by Turkey’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to accept and process Turkey Visa Applications in India and Nepal has announced its Visa Application Centres in 14 cities in have now become operational.

VFS Global, the strategic partner of Gateway Management, in an update posted on its official Twitter account, “We have an important update for Turkey visa applicants in India and Nepal regarding resumption of our Visa Application Centres.”

Resumption of Turkey Visa Application Centres

The update reads; ‘Important update for Turkey visa applicants in India and Nepal From 20 June 2022, our Turkey Visa Application Centres have become operational in 14 cities listed below:

Turkey Visa Application Centres In India And Nepal

  1. Ahmedabad
  2. Bengaluru
  3. Chandigarh
  4. Chennai
  5. Cochin
  6. Hyderabad
  7. Jaipur
  8. Jalandhar
  9. Katmandu
  10. Kolkata
  11. Mumbai
  12. New Delhi
  13. Puducherry
  14. Pune

It also added that for upcoming travel plans, travellers are advised to book an appointment on [email protected] well ahead of the scheduled date of travel to avoid any delays.


For any further information on documentation and other informational applicants can visit the below official website;

Undertaking Letter For Turkey Visa

Earlier this month the Gateway Management also issued an update regarding the undertaking letter and said that each applicant 18 and above must fill and sign the undertaking letter. Also, all applicants are required to bring the original signed undertaking letter with their visa application documents.

The Undertaking letter format for the Turkey visa may be downloaded from the link below;

No Biometrics For Visa Applicants to Turkey

Turkey’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has published updated biometrics guidelines, stating that effective May 27, applicants would not be required to submit biometrics (fingerprints and a live photo) at Gateway visa centres in India and Nepal.


As a result, applicants no longer need to visit Turkey visa centres to complete their visa applications. A person/agent approved by the applicant may apply for a Turkey visa on his or her behalf.

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Manish Khandelwal
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Manish Khandelwal, a travel-tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Travelobiz.com, he's passionate about writing.

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