Following the arrest of a US consular employee by Turkish authorities, the United States has suspended the issuance of nonimmigrant visas at the US Embassy in Ankara and the US Consulate General in Istanbul. This is not a travel ban on Turkish nationals, as those with nonimmigrant visas can continue to use them, and those wishing to apply for nonimmigrant visas can do so at other US consular locations outside of Turkey. The processing of immigrant visas will continue without interruption.
In response, the government of Turkey announced the immediate suspension of visa services to US citizens. This suspension includes the issuance of physical sticker visas issued at border posts, as well as the online “e-visa”. US citizens planning to visit Turkey should contact the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, or a Turkish Embassy or Consulate in the United States, before travel.