Embassy of Portugal in Turkey

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Consular Section of Embassy of Portugal in Ankara

Contacts

Kirlangiç Sokak, no. 39 - Gaziosmanpaşa (GOP), Çankaya - 06700 Ankara

Phones: (+90) 312 405 60 28/29 (Monday to Friday, 09.00-13.00 & 14.00-17-30

Fax: (+90) 312 437 38 44

e-mail: sconsular.ankara@mne.pt


Consular Services

Portuguese Affairs (please  book an appointment first)

9.30 to 13.00 &  14.00 to 17.00 (weekdays)     

Visa Application (please,  book an appointment first)

9.30-13.00  (weekdays)

Please send an e-mail to the following address: sconsular.ankara@mne.pt

or call 0090 312 405 60 28/29 (09.00-13.00 & 14.00-17-30weekdays) to book an appointment.

Delivery of Passports

14.30-17,00 (weekdays) 

Declaration of Waiver and Hold Harmless

In case the applicant requests the Embassy to mail the passport including the visa back to the applicant, the Portuguese Embassy and its employees, as well as the Portuguese Foreign Ministry, is released and held harmless from any and all damage claims resulting from a possible loss or damage of the documents while in custody or during transport, except in cases of intent or gross negligence.

ATTENTION: Applicants should prepare and confirm that they have all the necessary documents before coming to the appointment. Please do not forget to check the Portuguese and Turkish public holidays.


Visa Applications

Generally, all Turkish citizens holders of a common passport wishing to visit, study, work or apply for residence in Portugal need a visa. Find below important informations about the exceptions.

Legal residents in Turkey may or may not need a visa depending on their country of citizenship. Find below a list of countries whose citizens do not need a visa for short stay visits.

Schengen visas are intended for short-term stays in the territory of all the Member States with a duration of no more than three months and are usually conferred for purposes of tourism (see more information and necessary documentation here).

A long stay visa is regulated in the framework of the existing national legislation and may be either for temporary stays or for residence, according to the length of the stay. Such visas allow their holder to remain in Portugal for the intended purpose: e. g. study, internship, work or medical treatment (see more information and necessary documentation here).

Please check whether you need a visa for up to 90 days.

Please Note

In order to apply for any visa, your passport must have at least two empty pages.

Your passport must have been issued within the last ten years. A passport older than ten years that has been extended for a period exceeding ten years from the time of issuance cannot be accepted.

Important Information for Holders of Special and Service passports

The Embassy of Portugal in Ankara is pleased to announce that, in effect from 30th March 2011, holders of Turkish Special (green) and Service (grey) Passports no longer require Schengen visas for entry to Portugal, under the Agreement between the Republic of Portugal and the Republic of Turkey on the Suppression of Visas for Holders of Service and Special Passports, signed on 14 July 2010.

Important Information for Citizens in Airport Transit

Turkish citizens in possession of a valid Turkish passport (from the planned date of departure from Portugal, your passport should have at least three months validity) do not need a visa for airport transit visa.

Important Information for Nationals of Other Countries, legal residents in Turkey

Nationals of the countries listed below with a residence permit in Turkey do not need visa.

List of countries: Andorra; Antigua e Barbuda; Lichtenstein; Argentina; Malaysia; Australia; Mauricia; Bahamas; Mexico; Barbados; Monaco; Brazil; Nicaragua; Brunei; New Zealand; Bulgaria (Eur. Union);  Canada; Panama; Chile; Paraguay; Costa Rica; Romenia (Eur Union); Croatia; San Marino; Cyprus (Eur.Union); Seychelles; El Salvador; St Kitts And Nevis; Estonia; Singapore; Guatemala; South Korea; Holy See; Honduras; United States Of America; Ireland (Eur.Union); United Kingdom (Eur Union); Israel; Uruguay; Venezuela; Japan.


Power of Attorney

Certifications

Our Consular Section certifies the documents given by Turkish authorities, only after the certification of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey.

According to the Vienna Convention, “Apostille” of the Governorship will be sufficient for Portuguese translation of a Turkish document made by a sworn translator and certified by the Notary.


Evaluation of the Consular Services

Please send us your opinion about the way you have been served and how consular services have been provided. Your opinion is valuable to us to identify what is being done well and for any improvements.

Similarly, we would also like to know your opinion about the support provided by Honorary Consulates.

Send your comments to via e-mail to sconsular.ankara@mne.pt or send your letters to Kırlangıç Sokak, No. 39, 06700, Gaziosmanpaşa, ANKARA.

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