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  1. You don't need a teacher for ielts, just go to their website, get to know what activities are in the exam and do the sample questions on the website. https://www.ielts.org/ https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/ielts/ If you want more practice questions there are plenty for sale online. That is a much more cost-effective way to take ielts.
  2. In theory it is possible to see all your sgk contributions through edevlet.
  3. As far as I can see from various internet sources foreigners can receive sgk pensions. For example: https://www.dunya.com/kose-yazisi/yabancilar-da-emekli-olabilir-mi/381724 http://www.lebibyalkin.com.tr/mevzuat/haberler/2017/yabancilar-da-emekli-olabilir-mi.html http://www.resulkurt.com/?artikel,11068/yabanci-uyruklu-calisan-turkiyede-emekli-olabilir-mi/sezgin-ozcan http://www.sadettinorhan.net/yabanci_sosyal_guvenlik.html They all say more or less this, that foreigners now have the same rights as Turkish citizens in this respect. Sosyal güvenlik hakkından, yabancı çalışanların faydalanıp faydalanmayacağı konusunda bazen tereddüt yaşandığı görünüyor. Oysa ki hem Türk hem de yabancı çalışanlar için sosyal güvenlik hakkı anayasal bir hak olarak güvence altına alınmıştır. Bunun doğal sonucu olarak emeklilik açısından yabancı uyruklu kişilerin Türk uyruklulardan farkı olmadığından yeterli prim ödemesi varsa ve yaşı tamamlamışsa emekli olma hakkı olacaktır.
  4. I'm surprised at this as I know some foreigners who are getting the pension. But I don't know whether they have citizenship. Legally speaking I don't see how they can refuse anyone who has made the necessary contributions. Do you know anyone who was refused on these grounds ibo? And can any of our legal eagles explain why?
  5. There aren't any English-medium schools in Antalya. Private schools have a large number of English lessons (12 or more) but all the other lessons are taught in Turkish. Your child is young enough to learn Turkish really well, whichever school they attend. State schools can be quite a tough prospect depending on the area. Your child will encounter prejudice, coping has a lot to do with personality, reactions will vary a lot from great warmth and friendliness to hostitlity. Private schools may be more capable (but maybe not more willing) to deal with that. In my opinion none of the private schools in Antalya offer value for money.
  6. I think we are entitled to the pension, but it is quite difficult to make enough payments.
  7. This is controlling, manipulative behaviour, not insecurity.
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  13. Associate degrees are vocational qualifications. There are currently two and a half million students taking associate degrees, including my daughter. Associate degrees are the qualification held by many staff in hotels and catering, hospitals, kindergartens, government offices and many other places. Associate degrees require lower scores in the university exam than 4-year degrees. If you are not a Turkish citizen, I can't think of any reason why you would want such a degree, as the jobs they lead to are done by Turkish people and are not open to foreigners.
  14. Does he know what the debt is for?
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