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  1. Wow. GrahamN, you're right. I feel very, very stupid now... My go-to reaction when it comes to the RP is panic, stress, anger so I saw a big scary message and my brain decided that it was bad news. But yes, you are right... thank you for pointing this out. Again: feeling very stupid now and sorry for having wasted everyone's time! This being said, I'm sure I'll have some kind of problem soon so I'll come back to rant and rave and foam at the mouth.
  2. I know, but it's not 60 days... I did the math and it's 65 days or something, that's why it's pretty frustrating. It means that in 5 days (and obviously there's no way I'll find a solution by then) it will actually be too late. Unfortunately, I learned about the 60-day rule only today. :/
  3. Hello, thanks for your reply! Nope, I got the new(ish) card permit, not the book! The DGMM is all the way in Fatih, which is really far and annoying! But I'll give the customer service info a try! Thanks again!
  4. Hello all, so today I was gonna go through the online renewal thing, but I got the following message: You must apply to Provincial Directorate of Migration Management in your province since the period of your residence permit is expired.[103] Applications for extension shall be made within sixty days prior to the expiration of the residence permit and, in any case, before the expiration of the residence permit.[106] So, my question is: do I now have to do the whole thing like before? Getting an appointment and going there and suffer through all the stress that entails? Would it be at the same place as before? Not sure what a Provincial Directorate of Migration Management is! (I live in Kadikoy btw)... Added thing, just did the math and my ikamet expires on March 27th, which is more than 60 days anyway... so... confused and stressed again, like I am every year! Also... last year I had proof of 300 dollars per month, but they said they didn't it so they didn't even look at it. Now it must be 500? With the current exchange rate, this seems ridiculously high!
  5. I was told within 3 months! But with the paper they give you, you can still leave the country and travel.
  6. What do you mean by that? Why won't they be dealing with this anymore? Is there gonna be a new law or something?
  7. Hello all! So I've just returned from my appointment and things went so smoothly, I'm still shocked. Last year I had two rent contracts notarized, one for the emniyet and one for me. This year I gave my copy with a letter signed by my landlord saying that the contract had been extended one more year with the same conditions. The policeman first said: 'I need the new contract.' But then he read the letter and accepted both. The difference this year is that the payment is now in Bostanci, not in Kadikoy anymore. I took a cab and paid 14tl each way from the emniyet and back. Make a copy of the receipts after you pay! I asked if they would accept a notarized copy of a kira soslemesi and he said yes btw. Hoping it won't change by next year. The policeman spoke great English btw and he was really friendly! The taxi drivers were also very kind and honest. In Bostanci I didn't even have to wait 2 minutes to pay. I might be in a parallel universe, or the Twilight Zone. But not complaining! Thanks again to everyone for your help!
  8. I see... My contract expires this July and it was signed and notarized last July. Tomorrow my landlord will sign a letter to say the contract has been renewed until July 2016. I hope the emniyet will accept that. If not, I'll have to look into that kiralik ev form thing. And barring that, well, it's 400tl to the emlak! :/ Wish me luck!!
  9. Thanks for yet another suggestion, you guys are awesome! The letter thing sounds nice, and I could make copies of last year's notarized contract, it's true! At this point I'm afraid that whatever option I choose, the emniyet will refuse it and then I'll have to get in touch with my landlord again, etc etc... The stress of renewing the RP is getting worse each year. :/
  10. I am in direct contact with the landlord actually. I call him when there's a problem, etc. The emlak thing is only for that contract. I'll use the form you mentioned, seems way easier then! But again, just to be sure, I go to Nezih (for example) and ask for an 'emlak ev form' ?
  11. Thanks again for the new answers! I know I'm getting ripped off, but my rent is kinda low for my location and size of the flat, so moving isn't really an option for now. Kiralik ev? I can find the forms anywhere?! Then yes, if we both sign it and notarize it, then it should all be a-ok, right? When you say any stationary, so Nezih would have that?? I ask at the register? And (sorry, lots of questions!) would the emniyet accept this as a rental agreement thing?
  12. Thank you so much! I think I'll have to bite the bullet and pay the 400TL by borrowing the money from friends. :/ Hopefully by next year I'll actually be living with my girlfriend!
  13. Wow, thanks for that! I do live alone, but I could maybe ask my girlfriend to vouch for me and say that I live with her! However, I am guessing her address is under her dad's name, will that be a problem you reckon? Also, it would mean that the address where I live now will have to be changed in all my documents, no? Or could she say that she lives with me, but at my address even though her kimlik has another address? Guessing not. :/
  14. Hello all! So today my issue is with the rent contract/agreement I need to bring to renew my RP. I did not get a new agreement but now that I am asking for one, my landlord and the emlak are asking for 400TL! This not only seems extremely shady and possibly illegal, but I also can't afford this. So, the questions are: Is it normal to pay that much for a contract, which would normally be my right to have? Is there another way to prove that I live here? Would just a letter from my landlord, signed and notarized be enough?
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