Embassy report: Turkmen visa in Brussels

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Embassy report: Turkmen visa in Brussels

Postby Davey » Thu Jun 15, 2017 11:03 am

Unless mistaken, there is not yet an embassy report on the forum for the Turmken embassy in Brussels.

The website mentions that the consular section is open on Monday and Thursday. You do not need to make an appointment, you can just to there to apply for a transit visa on either of those days. You need to bring two passport pictures, the visa application form, a filled-out questionnaire, a copy of your passport, a copy of the visa for the next country, and a detailed itinerary (border crossings, dates, places where you will go). You do not need to leave your passport there. A strange thing about the questionnaire is that they ask for your "company director"'s name and signature. I initially left that blank, but the consul told me that my company would need to sign it. Luckily I am self-employed and could sign myself, but I am not sure how this works if you work for a big company...

The consul was not very talkative and rather direct, but helpful nonetheless: he checked my itinerary and proposed some modifications (do not mention Derweze, "there is no place to stay there") to make sure it would pass easier. It should normally take up to two weeks to issue the visa, but since I am leaving in 16 days, he wrote down my phone number so that he could call me once he had more news.

Will keep you posted on whether I will be accepted or not.
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Re: Embassy report: Turkmen visa in Brussels

Postby Davey » Thu Jul 20, 2017 5:03 pm

Denied :roll:
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Re: Embassy report: Turkmen visa in Brussels

Postby olmo » Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:46 am

Which route/border crossings did you ask for?
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Re: Embassy report: Turkmen visa in Brussels

Postby Davey » Fri Aug 04, 2017 6:19 pm

Bajgiran and Konya-Urgench. Five days.
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