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Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Hustle19975: 2:13pm On Feb 12
Hustle19975:
I applied for Turkey visa mid last year but due to the virus outbreak, got denied and told to come get my passport ,I was so sick prior to then had to be taken to the village,thank God I am better now, can I go to the mzvisa office and just go get my passport or do I have to book any appointment to get it
can somebody help out
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by zhad(m): 3:28pm On Feb 12
Yes, You can go get your passport
Hustle19975:
can somebody help out
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Olawamiwale06: 6:24pm On Feb 12
God bless[quote author=Royals1st post=98978932][/quote]
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by LawLaw44: 10:21pm On Feb 12
Please must the travel insurance be from MZ Visa, or can we get it from any other insurance company?
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Royals1st: 11:42pm On Feb 13
YES ! Travel insurance must be from MZ u can't get it outside and it already cover with the 135$ the amount is $125 before but $10 was added to it so now it $135 and this fee cover ur visa fee and insurance and u will need to pay additional 1500 naira
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by TestimoneyTesti: 7:14am On Feb 17
IMAMofWAR:
i am in turkey , i am working not studying. there is a group for nigerians. i can add u if you want but nigerian groups are always filled with ddrama

Pls am interested
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by SeunOSEWApenis(f): 7:35am On Feb 17
benji93:
Do you care about the reputation of the school?
pls could you help me with the schools without application fees
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by SeunOSEWApenis(f): 7:39am On Feb 17
Suspense12:
Hello guys, Merry Christmas!

I see a lot of information that can scare applicants here. Nevertheless, don't give up.

Turkey is such a nice place to live and study. I will be honest with you, no assurances on jobs especially if you want to do office work. But what most people do here is teaching and you must have some level of certification and a good CV to back it up.

On the sideline, if you are into buying and selling, Turkey is the best place to be. Things are very cheap here....food, clothes, transportation (to an extent) and life generally.

Housing cost- It is best for you to rent a shared apartment (staying with others in an apartment). In Istanbul, you can get apartments from around 10-40k Naira per month. Depending on if it's furnished or not!

Students benefit a lot from the cheap transportation if you have the student bus card...once you do a month subscription on it for around 2.5/3k, you will have the opportunity of having 200rides (bus, ferry, train, team)

Food is very cheap here especially if you do not mind eating their local food and also if you can cook your food yourself. Cooking in your house saves a lot of money!

School fees- Depends on the school you apply for. Public schools charge as low as $300 per session but a bit difficult to gain admission. Private universities can charge between $1.5k - $4k per session. It's easier to gain admission to any of the private universities....when searching, look for schools that do not require application fee (if you like free things like me).

Istanbul is big so when applying you have to consider nearness to where you want to stay. It doesn't make much sense if your school is 2hrs from your place, though it doesn't matter much these days that lectures are online.

Business side- if you are into merchandising, this is a good place to visit. There are so many markets in Istanbul- depending on what you want to buy and where you will get it cheaply. Electronics such as phones and TV can be a bit expensive, but other stuffs can be relatively cheap. You can get busy with sales of clothes, shoes, household accessories etc, if you are looking for a side hustle....it pays very well if you have buyers and people you can send to in Nigeria!

I wish you well in all your endeavours guys! For those in Istanbul and anyone wishing to come to Turkey, feel free to hit me up, I stay around Pendik. Would be nice to have friends around!
pls could you help me with names of schools without application fee?

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Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Godson1988(m): 11:44am On Feb 17
IMAMofWAR:
i am in turkey , i am working not studying. there is a group for nigerians. i can add u if you want but nigerian groups are always filled with ddrama
can you add me to the group,or drop ur WhatsApp number,will like to find out something's from u.thanks.
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by shakurban(m): 8:53pm On Feb 18
Can someone please tell me the minimum account balance for the Tourist Visa... Thanks






[quote author=Royals1st post=98978932][/quote]
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Royals1st: 10:34pm On Feb 18
Anything from 800 to 1m and make sure you print your statement of account same week you going for your appointment at MZ
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Dave0116(m): 7:56am On Feb 19
Royals1st:
Anything from 800 to 1m and make sure you print your statement of account same week you going for your appointment at MZ
Pls what about for self sponsor student visa?
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Royals1st: 8:28am On Feb 19
Honestly I don't know anything about student visa any info i give out here is based on my own personal experience, I have only gotten 2 type of Turkish Visa one fair visa and 2nd tourist visa
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Godson1988(m): 10:53am On Feb 19
Royals1st:
Honestly I don't know anything about student visa any info i give out here is based on my own personal experience, I have only gotten 2 type of Turkish Visa one fair visa and 2nd tourist visa
can you drop ur WhatsApp number, will like to find out somethings from you.thanks.
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by shakurban(m): 12:52pm On Feb 19
Thanks so much for the info,but the amount mentioned seems too small considering the Consular decision because by the time you deduct flight, hotel and shopping nothing will be left and Consular may be thinking that way too,my opinion though....

Royals1st:
Anything from
800 to 1m and make sure you print your statement of account same week you going for your appointment at MZ

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Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Royals1st: 4:03pm On Feb 19
Pls read what I wrote very well and try to understand it any info I give out here is no guess is from my own personal experience I have some who was issue a tourist visa and his account balance state was 810k and I know someone with 2.3m account balance statement and he was refused Visa meanwhile everything self na luck and the way u are calculating look like u have once refused UK visa is UK that normally calculating like u have side

I wife was once issue ITAlY VISA with 750k balance in her account before COVID 19 started
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Royals1st: 4:05pm On Feb 19
Pls don't be offended anything u would like to ask let share it here so that others can learn that is the purpose of this forum to lean and help each other
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by LifeOfOwen: 6:18pm On Feb 19
Halic university, Uksudar university, Istanbul gedik university, Ozyegin university. Uksudar is more popular tho. Ozyegin is quite expensive. goodluck
Imamii:



Please I'm also interested in schools with no application fee. Thank you.�
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by LiciaT: 12:08pm On Feb 22
Suspense12:
Hello guys, Merry Christmas!

I see a lot of information that can scare applicants here. Nevertheless, don't give up.

Turkey is such a nice place to live and study. I will be honest with you, no assurances on jobs especially if you want to do office work. But what most people do here is teaching and you must have some level of certification and a good CV to back it up.

On the sideline, if you are into buying and selling, Turkey is the best place to be. Things are very cheap here....food, clothes, transportation (to an extent) and life generally.

Housing cost- It is best for you to rent a shared apartment (staying with others in an apartment). In Istanbul, you can get apartments from around 10-40k Naira per month. Depending on if it's furnished or not!

Students benefit a lot from the cheap transportation if you have the student bus card...once you do a month subscription on it for around 2.5/3k, you will have the opportunity of having 200rides (bus, ferry, train, team)

Food is very cheap here especially if you do not mind eating their local food and also if you can cook your food yourself. Cooking in your house saves a lot of money!

School fees- Depends on the school you apply for. Public schools charge as low as $300 per session but a bit difficult to gain admission. Private universities can charge between $1.5k - $4k per session. It's easier to gain admission to any of the private universities....when searching, look for schools that do not require application fee (if you like free things like me).

Istanbul is big so when applying you have to consider nearness to where you want to stay. It doesn't make much sense if your school is 2hrs from your place, though it doesn't matter much these days that lectures are online.

Business side- if you are into merchandising, this is a good place to visit. There are so many markets in Istanbul- depending on what you want to buy and where you will get it cheaply. Electronics such as phones and TV can be a bit expensive, but other stuffs can be relatively cheap. You can get busy with sales of clothes, shoes, household accessories etc, if you are looking for a side hustle....it pays very well if you have buyers and people you can send to in Nigeria!

I wish you well in all your endeavours guys! For those in Istanbul and anyone wishing to come to Turkey, feel free to hit me up, I stay around Pendik. Would be nice to have friends around!
. Hi I sent you an email. Any advice for someone who wants to start a new life in turkey abs also how do one go about the visa please ?
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by shakurban(m): 3:59pm On Feb 22
Haven't applied for any before smileysmiley. Can you please share some of the questions they normally ask during interview pls... Thanks


Royals1st:
Pls read what I wrote very well and try to understand it any info I give out here is no guess is from my own personal experience I have some who was issue a tourist visa and his account balance state was 810k and I know someone with 2.3m account balance statement and he was refused Visa meanwhile everything self na luck and the way u are calculating look like u have once refused UK visa is UK that normally calculating like u have side

I wife was once issue ITAlY VISA with 750k balance in her account before COVID 19 started
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Kvngwitty(m): 2:33am On Feb 23
hello NLanders please a friend of mine who is a turkish is inviting me to turkey and needs me to confirm steps or requirements for things I have to do to secure a tourist visa



please if you have the guide or you can process it kindly quote me
thanks
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by seanwilliam(m): 7:55am On Feb 23
Bioles1187:
can I send you email
ok bro wetin Dey nah
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Bioles1187(m): 7:57am On Feb 23
seanwilliam:
ok bro wetin Dey nah
I dey build Instagram, Facebook, twitter account and likes if you need my services abeg let me know I can drop my digit
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by seanwilliam(m): 8:00am On Feb 23
Bioles1187:
I dey build Instagram, Facebook, twitter account and likes if you need my services abeg let me know I can drop my digit
hmm no p brotherly ..

Na Man U be.. cheers
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Imamii: 12:39pm On Feb 23
LifeOfOwen:
Halic university, Uksudar university, Istanbul gedik university, Ozyegin university. Uksudar is more popular tho. Ozyegin is quite expensive. goodluck


Thank you.
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by LifeOfOwen: 7:26pm On Feb 23
Hey guys, please is it too early to apply for visa for this fall admission(september). i just got admission and i want to pay my tuition deposit tomorrow. can i start my application for visa immediately or should i wait?
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Jimohbrymo(m): 1:24pm On Feb 24
Anyone has who has already gotten a turkey visa, should DM me on WhatsApp,so I can tell him/her what to come to turkey with and what important he/she needs. 08131815209
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by LifeOfOwen: 7:24pm On Feb 24
LifeOfOwen:
Hey guys, please is it too early to apply for visa for this fall admission(september). i just got admission and i want to pay my tuition deposit tomorrow. can i start my application for visa immediately or should i wait?

please anyone, any take on this?
Re: Turkey Visa Application Delay by Fezzar: 12:02am On Feb 25
Hello
Who's in Istanbul preparing to go back to Nigeria?

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