An article about M. H. Ender Keleş, Attorney at Law, who serves as Turkey Central's community lawyer.
All foreign public documents which will be presented to the Turkish government must be legalized with an apostille or through diplomatic channels. Then the document, with its apostille or other legalizing document, must be translated into Turkish by a sworn translator. In this article, you'll learn what an apostille is, how to get one for your document, and what to do if your country doesn't issue apostilles.
About the noter (notary), in Turkey and how to find one near you.
Learn how to get your criminal record for various purposes, including your residence permit or driving license, in Turkey.