Avatar

Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!

Badges

Please take a moment to familiarise yourself with the forum guidelines: http://forum.wordtravels.com/discussion/17906/word-travels-guidelines-for-forum-posts/
Check out our country and city guides at www.wordtravels.com

clarecg

About

Username
clarecg
Joined
Visits
1
Last Active
Roles
Expert-OLD
Points
46
Badges
8

Activity

  • clarecg earned the First Anniversary badge.
    Thanks for sticking with us for a full year.
    May 2015
  • clarecg earned the Second Anniversary badge.
    Thanks for sticking with us for 2 years.
    May 2015
  • clarecg earned the Third Anniversary badge.
    Thanks for sticking with us for 3 years.
    May 2015
  • clarecg earned the Fourth Anniversary badge.
    Thanks for sticking with us for 4 years.
    May 2015
  • clarecg earned the Fifth Anniversary badge.
    Thanks for sticking with us for 5 years.
    May 2015
  • clarecg earned the 10 Comments badge.
    No longer a one-hit wonder! It looks like you’re going places.
    May 2015
  • clarecg earned the 100 Comments badge.
    Getting this far requires gumption, something you have in spades.
    May 2015
  • mkamat
    Hi Clarecg, I am an indian student studying in USA. I will be renewing my F1 visa for my studies this year in april. after that I intend to travel to turkey. When i was looking up visa application details for turkey, it said I can apply for a e-visa if I hole a valid schengen visa or a valid visa from any OECD country (USA I assume is one). So once I have a valid F1 visa, i should not have any trouble applying for an e-visa for turkey, i assume. Please let me know if I am right. Thank you!
    January 2015