All about Chad visa. How to Get Chad Visa? Does Chad Require a Visa?
How to Get Chad Visa?
Does Chad Require a Visa?
While Turkish citizens who will travel to Chad, General (Burgundy), Special (Green) and Service (Grey) Passport holders are subject to visa, Diplomatic (Black) passport holders are exempt from visa for 90 days.
Those who will get a visa should apply to the Ankara Embassy in Chad,
Chad Visa Types
Chad Tourist Visa
Chad Business Visa
How to Apply for a Chad Visa?
Chad visa applications are received by the Chad Embassy in Ankara. After the requested documents are prepared, the application process can be completed.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR CHAD VISA
TOURISTIC CHAD VISA
PHOTOCOPY OF THE PASSAPORT
WRITTEN PETITION TO THE EMBASSY
YELLOW FEVER VACCINE CARD
BANK ACCOUNT STATEMENT
CHAD COMMERCIAL VISA
• Stamped on company letterhead and signed by the authorized signatory visa request petition addressed to the consulate general
• 2 Application Forms to be filled
• Passport valid for at least 6 months (not older than the last 10 years and your old passports)
• 2 photographs with a white background
• If it is a fair, entrance card or documents related to participation
• Photocopy of the company's signature circular
• Activity certificate and Chamber Registry certificate
• Tax Certificate Photocopy
• Photocopy of the Trade Registry Gazette
• Photocopy of identify card
• Flight and Hotel Reservations
•CAUTION Do not forget to get a yellow fever vaccination before you go. You will be asked for a vaccination card at the border.
** Additional documents can be requested if deemed necessary. Clear information about the documents to be prepared for the visa application should be obtained from the Chad diplomatic representations.
How Many Days Does Chad Visa Take?
It can take an average of 7-10 days for a Chad visa to be issued. For this reason, it is important to make visa applications at least 15 days in advance in order not to interrupt the travel plan.
Countries Chad Wants/Doesn't Want a Visa
Countries that can travel to Chad without a visa during the 90-day period are as follows:
• Burkina Faso
• Central African Republic
• Republic of the Congo
• Ivory Coast
Countries that can travel to Chad with a visa on arrival are as follows:
• Equatorial Guinea
The countries where diplomatic passport holders can go to Chad without a visa are as follows:
• Sao Tome and Principe
• Sierra Leone
Chad (French: Tchad; Arabic: تشاد) is a landlocked country in Central Africa.
It is bordered by Libya to the north, Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon to the west, the Central African Republic to the south, and Sudan to the east. Most of the country is covered by the Sahara Desert. The country takes its name from Lake Chad, which was once Africa's second largest lake, but has now shrunk to 10% of its normal size.
Its highest peak is Mount Emi Koussi, and its largest city is N'Djamena, which is also the capital. Chad is a religiously homogeneous country. According to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2010, 57.7% of the country's population is Muslim, 21.5% is Catholic, and 16.6% is Protestant.
1.1 Relations with the Ottoman Empire