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denied tourist visa
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1.       milany_2k
7 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 01:16 pm

Can anyone advice me what to do? My tourist visa application was denied this January 2009 the day i filed my application, i was lacked of documents, I did  not show any bank statement. I was surprised I was denied at once, I thought they will just tell me to come back and bring the bank statement but they denied it immediately.

 

My friend who sent me the invitation letter asked his friend to call the Turkish consulate here in the Phils. but he said to the consul that I will not come back because I will take care of my friend´s baby who is more than a year old. {#lang_emotions_head_bang}So please tell me what will I do next to get my tourist visa? {#lang_emotions_cry}

2.       Jetsetter
76 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 02:17 pm

 

Quoting milany_2k

Can anyone advice me what to do? My tourist visa application was denied this January 2009 the day i filed my application, i was lacked of documents, I did  not show any bank statement. I was surprised I was denied at once, I thought they will just tell me to come back and bring the bank statement but they denied it immediately.

 

My friend who sent me the invitation letter asked his friend to call the Turkish consulate here in the Phils. but he said to the consul that I will not come back because I will take care of my friend´s baby who is more than a year old. {#lang_emotions_head_bang}So please tell me what will I do next to get my tourist visa? {#lang_emotions_cry}

 

 Hi,

 

Sad to hear this.  But can i ask you? Did you inquire first the requirements prior to filing of your visa application?  If ever, you should bring all the documents they required because they don´t want to process any application with incomplete attachments therein.

 

I think you have to wait for another six (6) months for applying the tourist visa.

3.       avaloncraven
183 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 02:26 pm

first your friend need to find more clever friends why to tell consulate you ll take care of baby, huh...

 

secondly,as i know moldovan babysitters, just jump on the plane and buy tourist visa at the border. than stay in country a few year, pay the penalty of their staying longer than visa, and goes to their country.

 

i dont know, if you can certainly can get visa at the border or not...

4.       libralady
5152 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 02:34 pm

 

Quoting avaloncraven

first your friend need to find more clever friends why to tell consulate you ll take care of baby, huh...

 

secondly,as i know moldovan babysitters, just jump on the plane and buy tourist visa at the border. than stay in country a few year, pay the penalty of their staying longer than visa, and goes to their country.

 

i dont know, if you can certainly can get visa at the border or not...

 

Assuming it is a tourist visa to the UK and some (if not all), European countries no you cannot, they will need a visa.   

5.       milany_2k
7 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 03:42 pm

Here we have 2 Turkish consulate, one in Manila and one in Cebu.. I applied here in Manila, can I file an application in Cebu without them checking my previous application in Manila.

6.       Irishclove
111 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 03:43 pm

 

Quoting milany_2k

Can anyone advice me what to do? My tourist visa application was denied this January 2009 the day i filed my application, i was lacked of documents, I did  not show any bank statement. I was surprised I was denied at once, I thought they will just tell me to come back and bring the bank statement but they denied it immediately.

 

My friend who sent me the invitation letter asked his friend to call the Turkish consulate here in the Phils. but he said to the consul that I will not come back because I will take care of my friend´s baby who is more than a year old. {#lang_emotions_head_bang}So please tell me what will I do next to get my tourist visa? {#lang_emotions_cry}

 

You do not need a  pre-approved Visa to enter Turkey, you can purchase one at the Airport for up to 6 months?  However I will check with your country and see if they require you to have an exit Visa, that may be the problem?   Check the website for UK embassy in your country and it will list exactly what the Visa requirements are.   I also suggest applying online, it goes faster.  Good Luck

7.       Jetsetter
76 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 03:44 pm

 

Quoting milany_2k

Here we have 2 Turkish consulate, one in Manila and one in Cebu.. I applied here in Manila, can I file an application in Cebu without them checking my previous application in Manila.

 

 there might be possibility to trace you but there´s no harm in trying, who knows? Good luck



Edited (2/23/2009) by Jetsetter

8.       garie
146 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 03:52 pm

hi!! i am also applying a visa here in philippines go to cebu much easier there than in manila..  but  make sure you bring all the requirments they need..  they are now processing my visa and maybe next month i am in turkey... so good luck to you... ooopppsssss... the bank statement was not require if all the expensive and your accomodation will take care of your friend or he/she carrying you there... just show the bank statement of your friend, business permit if they have...

9.       Jetsetter
76 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 03:55 pm

 

Quoting garie

hi!! i am also applying a visa here in philippines go to cebu much easier there than in manila..  but  make sure you bring all the requirments they need..  they are now processing my visa and maybe next month i am in turkey... so good luck to you... ooopppsssss... the bank statement was not require if all the expensive and your accomodation will take care of your friend or he/she carrying you there... just show the bank statement of your friend, business permit if they have...

 

 wow garie, so glad for you.

10.       garie
146 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 04:01 pm

 

Quoting garie

hi!! i am also applying a visa here in philippines go to cebu much easier there than in manila..  but  make sure you bring all the requirments they need..  they are now processing my visa and maybe next month i am in turkey... so good luck to you... ooopppsssss... the bank statement was not require if all the expensive and your accomodation will take care of your friend or he/she carrying you there... just show the bank statement of your friend, business permit if they have...

 

i forgot... the requirment that i pass there was my passport, letter of invatation, the bank statement,  my id thats it... then i answer all the question...  at first i was very confuse how to get visa but some of tlc members help me.. if you have no choice maybe you can go to cebu the people there are very friendly.. they will assist you..

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