Directorate General of Migration Management (DGMM)
The Antalya DGMM (in Turkish, Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü) is in the compound of the Antalya Valilik (Governorship), on the southeast corner of the intersection where the main coastal road (D-400) changes direction to the east, and changes roads from northbound Dumlupınar Bulvarı to eastbound Gazi Bulvarı.
Using the D-650 Highway (Dumlupınar Bulvarı) Coming from the North
Take Highway D-650 into Antalya and follow the signs to D-400 eastbound. When you see the Erasta shopping center coming up on your left, get into the right lane. Take the exit for D-400 going towards the havalimanı (airport). After you loop around and get on to D-400, get in the right lane. Take the first right turn, which is 345 Sokak. Then make an immediate right turn again onto the service road. This will take you to the Antalya Valilik.
Using the D-400 highway, coming from the south (from the coastal road D-400).
Take Highway D-400 into Antalya and follow the signs to Alanya and Havalimanı (airport). When you see the Akdeniz Üniversiti Hastanesi (hospital) coming up on your left, make sure you are in the right lane. Follow D-400 as it transitions from northbound to eastbound onto Gazi Bulvarı. You'll see the Antalya Valilik building on your right. Stay in the right lane and take the first right onto 345 Sokak. Make another immediate right onto the service road. This will take you to the Antalya Valilik.
Using the D-400 from Antalya City Center
Take D-400 (Gazi Bulvarı) westbound. You'll pass the Callı intersection, which is a huge roundabout (traffic circle) with a statue of Ataturk on a horse in the center. Next you'll see the T.C. Karayolları 13. Bölge Müdürlüğü (highway department) on your right. and the Valilik on your left. Get into the right lane. Take the exit ramp to continue on D-400, following the signs to Kemer and Kumluca. Then as soon as you get off of the ramp, take the next exit ramp which will send you back onto D-400 in the opposite direction from which you came. Take the first right onto 345 Sokak. Make another immediate right onto the service road. This will take you to the Antalya Valilik.
Using the Antray (Tram) from Antalya City Center
Take the Antray to the Callı Metro Station. It's under the big Callı intersection with the statue of Ataturk on a horse. From the Calli station take a taxi, or walk westward (towards the mountains) along the service road for Gazi Bulvarı for 1.4 kilometers to the Antalya Valilik.
Inside the Compound
There is ample parking for vehicles inside the compound, inside and to the left of the vehicle entrance.
You'll walk through security before entering the main area of the compound. In front of you will be a signpost with several directional arrows. Find the one which says "Göç Idaresi Müdürlüğü." It points you to the foreigners' bureau building, which is at roughly the ten o'clock position as you walk in.
Taxi Call Box
There is a taxi call box (just press the button) at the pedestrian gate entrance.
Foreigner Communication Center
Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157.
Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online
You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Antalya DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Antalya DGMM.
The website for submitting your residence permit application is here:
Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page.
More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey
Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need.
Residence Permit Community Forum
If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process.