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Financial Visa

All about the financial visa. How to Get a Financial Visa? Want a Financial Visa?

Financial Visa


How to Get a Financial Visa?

Want a Financial Visa?


Turkish citizens who want to travel to Mali, who have one of the General (Burgundy), Service (Grey), Special (Green) and Diplomatic (Black) passports, are required to obtain a visa. However, Turkish citizens with Service (Gray), Special (Green) and Diplomatic (Black) passports, who are members of the official delegation, have the right to go to Mali without a visa, provided that it does not exceed 90 days within 180 days.


Types of Fiscal Visa

  • Financial Commercial/Business Visa

  • Financial Tourist Visa

  • Financial Family/Friend Visiting Visa


How to Apply for a Financial Visa?

Applications are forwarded to the Financial Consulate. When the appointment time comes, the procedures are completed by going to the Cameroon Consulate.


Required Documents for Financial Visa

  • Passport

  • If you have an old passport, its photocopies and originals

  • Photograph: 2 biometric photographs. The biometric photograph should be 35×45 mm in size, the background should be white and your face shape should be fully visible.

  • Republic of Turkey Identity Card Photocopy

  • Health insurance:

  • International Vaccination Certificate:

  • Hotel and Flight Reservations

  • Bank account information and movements (Last 3 months account statement must be stamped and signed.)


**For clear information about the documents to be prepared for visa application, the Consulate/Embassy of the relevant country or visa consultancy centers should be consulted.


In How Many Days Will the Financial Visa Be Issued?

It takes an average of 7-10 business days. It is necessary to start these processes approximately 20-30 days before your travel plan.


Financial Visa Fee

Visa fees to be paid by citizens who want to travel to the Republic of Cameroon differ in terms of travel quality and duration. The visa fee paid for the visa application is not refundable in any other case.


  • The rest of the other documents will be provided by our company for you to get a financial visa.


  • Applications from any province of Turkey can obtain a Financial Visa.


  • We process the Financial Visa on your behalf without the need for you to come to the embassy. We request and pick it up and send it back to you.


  • Our citizens living in other provinces other than Istanbul and Ankara can send it to us by Yurtiçi Cargo or Aras Cargo.


Mali or officially the Republic of Mali

  (French: République du Mali) is a landlocked country in West Africa. Being the seventh largest country in the African continent, the country's neighbors (clockwise from the north) form Algeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Senegal and Mauritania. The capital of the country is Bamako.


Country name change source]

The name of the country was inspired by the Mali Empire, which took place in history, and the Malinkeans who lived in this empire. In addition, in Bambara, one of the languages spoken in the country, the word mali is used in the sense of hippopotamus.


Geography change source]

The average altitude of the country above sea level is 343 m. The highest point of the country is Mount Hombori Toldo, with the peak of the mountain at an altitude of 1,155 meters. The lowest point of the country is the Sénégal River at 23 m.

The country's total border of 7,908 km is Algeria with 1,359 km, Burkina Faso with 1,325 km, Ivory Coast with 599 km, Guinea with 1,062 km, Mauritania with 2,236 km, Niger with 838 km and 489 km. It consists of Senegal. Since the country is a landlocked country within the continent, it has no coastline.[1]

Consisting of eight separate regions, Mali's northern borders reach the middle of the Sahara Desert. The country in the south, where most of the population lives, includes the Niger and Senegal rivers.

The present-day Republic of Mali was once part of three West African empires: the Ghana Empire, the Mali Empire (from which the country's name derives) and the Songhay Empire. Towards the end of the 19th century, Mali was placed under French administration and became part of the French Sudan. In 1959 Mali gained independence with Senegal as the Mali Federation. A year later, the Mali Federation became an independent Mali state. After the 1991 coup after a long one-party period, a new constitution was written and Mali became a democratic, multi-party state.


Population change source]

Main article: Financial demographics


In July 2007, Mali's estimated population was 12 million, with a population growth rate of 2.96%.[1] Mali's population mostly lives in rural areas and the rate of those living in the city is 39.9%. Between 5% and 10% of Malians are nomadic.[2] More than 90% of the population lives in the southern part of the country, especially in Bamako, which has a population of 1 million people.[2]

In 2007, 48% of Malians were younger than fifteen years, 49% were between the ages of 15 and 64, and 3% were older than 65.[1] The median age was 15.9 years.[1] The birth rate in 2007 is 49.6 births per 1,000 people, and the fertility rate is 7.4 children per woman.[1] The death rate in 2007 was 16.5 deaths per 1,000 people. Life expectancy at birth is 49.5 years in total (47.6 for men and 51.5 for women).[1] With 106 deaths per 1,000 births in 2007[1], Mali has the world's highest infant mortality rates.[2]

Mali has a young population, with 66.92% of them aged 0-24, according to 2018 estimates. Only 3.02% of the country is 65 years or older.[1]

0-14 years: 48.03% (male 4,449,790/female 4,402,076)
15-24 years: 18.89% (male 1,657,609/female 1,823,453)
25-54 years: 26.36% (male 2,243,158/female 2,615.695)
55-64 years: 3.7% (male 346,003/female 335,733)
Age 65 and over: 3.02% (male 277,834/female 278,542)

In the country, where the rate of people living in cities is 43.1% according to 2019 data, the annual population increase rate is 2.98% according to 2018 estimated data.[1]


Religion change source]


Side view of the original Jenne Great Mosque made of adobe

Islam came to West Africa in the 11th century. In the 13th century, Jenne Great Mosque, known for its unique architecture, was built in Jenne and renovated in 1907. The town of Jenne, its Mosque and surrounding villages were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1988. The country is close to 95% Muslim (mainly Sunni and Shia), about 2.5% Christian (about two-thirds Roman Catholic and one-third Protestant), and the remaining 3% are indigenous or traditional animist beliefs. believes.


Islam 94.8%

Christian 2.4%

Other 2.8%


Language change source]

French, which France left as a legacy after the colonial period, is the official language of the country. There are thirteen national languages besides French as the official language. These languages are Bambara, Bomu, Bozo, Dogon, Maasinankoorence, Hasaniye Arabic, Minyanka, Kita Maninka, Soninke, Koyrabori Sennice, Senarai, Tamashek and Kassonke language and are spoken by many people. Bambara language, which is the most common language among these languages, is spoken by 46% of the population.[1]


Social life change source]


Education change source]

School attendance is compulsory across the country, and children between the ages of seven and sixteen are required to attend school for nine years. The illiteracy rate in the country is over 65%. While the literacy rate for men aged 15 and over is 45.1% in the country, it is 22.2% for women in the same category. Although education is provided free of charge, the population that can benefit from these opportunities is very small. The largest university in the country is the University of Bamako, located in the capital.[3]


Health change source]

The existing health services in the country are not sufficient to overcome typhoid, malaria, leprosy, AIDS, sleeping sickness and other diseases. 24.7% of the country's population can receive fully equipped health services. The proportion of the adult population between the ages of 15 and 49 who contracted the HIV virus in the population is around 1%.[1]

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