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Old 20th July 2014, 01:14   #1 (permalink)
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Could any one help. We bought evisas with our flights for April but our son was rushed into hospital in April so we cancel led flights and rebook them for July will we have to get new visas.
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Old 20th July 2014, 02:18   #2 (permalink)
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No you will not have to get new visas.
(Actually you would not be able to get a new visa until your current visa runs out (sometime in September) because the Turkish computer system will show you already have a visa.)

The visa is valid for 180 days from the start date.
Of which you are allowed to spend up-to 90 of that period in Turkey.
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Of which you are allowed to spend up-to 90 of that period in Turkey.
Well not quite correct Old Fogy but for someone who has not been in Turkey this year nor intending to return soon after this holiday it will suffice.
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No you will not have to get new visas.
(Actually you would not be able to get a new visa until your current visa runs out (sometime in September) because the Turkish computer system will show you already have a visa.)
Can I ask for members personal experience on that one. I know the law states you are not allowed another visa until at least one day after your current visa expires. But some have reported being able to obtain and use a new visa whilst an older one is still within date.
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Well not quite correct Old Fogy but for someone who has not been in Turkey this year nor intending to return soon after this holiday it will suffice.
Agreed,

I was trying not to confuse the issue with regards to the 'Roll-back' situation. (Which is mentioned in many of the other threads on TLF with regards to visa')
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interesting - I previously thought you would have to travel on the date your e-visa was issued but by applying for an e-visa earlier than you actually plan to travel you could maybe cover better the dates you want to be in Turkey - ie. you could engineer the gap between two e-visas to be the dates you don't want to be in Turkey?
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interesting - I previously thought you would have to travel on the date your e-visa was issued but by applying for an e-visa earlier than you actually plan to travel you could maybe cover better the dates you want to be in Turkey - ie. you could engineer the gap between two e-visas to be the dates you don't want to be in Turkey?
yes you can engineer the dates of E visas but not the 90 in 180 days countback as it can bridge two E visas
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interesting - I previously thought you would have to travel on the date your e-visa was issued but by applying for an e-visa earlier than you actually plan to travel you could maybe cover better the dates you want to be in Turkey - ie. you could engineer the gap between two e-visas to be the dates you don't want to be in Turkey?
Not that it matters, but I mentioned that in another thread and 'so-far' no one has come back and said I was wrong.

I believe it is just a wording problem, as with many things introduced in Turkey it usually takes several attempts to iron out what wasn't thought about at the beginning.

I truly believe it should say 'The Visa Start Date' on the application and not ask what date the holiday is booked for.
Your visa should be valid whether you use it on the start date or not, but will also end on the visa ending date and not 180 days after it was first used.

Yes anyone who decided to go to Turkey over the Christmas period for a few week and then again for a 'few weeks in May and June could find their dates seriously compromised for another visit later in the year if they do not plan properly, (obviously not just Christmas but for any given period)
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if you work on the premise you will need 2 e-visas to cover a year and would like to spend around 18 weeks in Turkey - for e.g. spring/early summer and autumn such as arrive 1 April for 10 weeks and arrive 1 September for 8 weeks - by applying for your fist e-visa 180 days before the date of your second visit of 1 September - this year that date having been 5 March you should be covered?
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if you work on the premise you will need 2 e-visas to cover a year and would like to spend around 18 weeks in Turkey - for e.g. spring/early summer and autumn such as arrive 1 April for 10 weeks and arrive 1 September for 8 weeks - by applying for your fist e-visa 180 days before the date of your second visit of 1 September - this year that date having been 5 March you should be covered?
Does not that exceed the 90 in 180 days on countback from your last departure date at end of October ?
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