German authorities follow strict rules & requirements when they issuing a visa. It is important to check carefully all the requirements before submitting an application of German visa for Turkish.
Germany is among the World’s best countries to visit and stay.
Here are the required documents you need to apply for a visitor/tourist Germany visa for Turkish.
Requirements To Apply For German Visa For Turkish
- Visa Application form: Completed with the correct information and signed at the end. Also attach set of complete documents.
- Photograph: Two passport size photographs that are taken within the last three months.
- Valid Passport: A valid passport with a minimum validity of three months about your planned stay in Germany. It must have at least two blank pages.
- Itinerary: A document that contains dates and flight numbers specifying entry and exit from the staying country.
- Health Insurance: Evidence that you have purchased health insurance which covers medical emergencies for your whole period of stay.
- The insurance policy can easily be purchased online from AXA Schengen or DR-WALTER.
- Proof of Accommodation: Evidence that shows staying time in Germany.
This could be a:
Hotel Booking. With complete name, complete address, phone and e-mail for the entire time of your stay.
Rent Agreement. Detail you have rented a place.
- Financial Proof: Evidence that shows you have enough money to support yourself during your stay there.
- Bank Statement: Minimum last three months bank statement is required.
- Sponsorship Letter: This document is required when another person will be financially sponsoring your trip.
- Invitation Letter: From your host in Germany with a copy of their passport and residence permit for Germany.
- Evidence of employment status.
- If employed:
- Employment contract details.
- Leave permission from the employer.
- Income Tax Return detail.
- If self-employed:
- A copy of your business license.
- Company’s bank statement minimum last 6 months.
- Income Tax Return.
- If a student:
- Proof of your enrollment.
- No Objection Letter from your University.
- Travel Itinerary: A detailed document with the description of your trip to Europe, your purpose of travelling.
- If employed: