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  1. The Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM is, in Turkish, called the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlügü. Most Turks just call it the "Göç İdaresi." Apply Online First You must apply for your residence (residency) permit using the E-ikamet website, at https://e-ikamet.goc.gov.tr/. At the end of your application, the online system will give you an appointment date (or you will receive one by E-mail or SMS message) for you to bring a signed printout of your application, the required documents, and your passport to the İzmir branch office of the DGMM. During your appointment, an immigration specialist will go over your application package. If it is approved, he or she will give you a temporary residence permit which will keep you legally in Turkey until your residence permit card is printed and sent to your address by registered mail. How to Get There Besides viewing the map above, you can also click on the "Plan my route" button. This will take you to Google Maps, where you can enter your starting location and submit it for directions and the route you need to take. If you take a taxi, tell the taxi driver "Göç Idaresi" (guhch ee-dah-reh-see). You can also show the taxi driver your completed online application, which will have the address on it. Assistance and Support Turkey's Residence Permit Helpline Turkey has a national helpline for foreigners called YİMER (Yabancılar İletişim Merkezi), or in English, the Foreigner's Communication Center. You can call this helpline with any questions you have about the residence permit process or about what documents you need, or if a long time has passed (at least 40 days), you can check on your application status. Be sure to have your passport, your application number, and/or your current residence permit with you when you call. You can reach YİMER from any landline or mobile phone in Turkey, for by calling 157. The call is free. If you are calling from another country, call 90 312 157 1122. How-to Articles Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions to help you get one. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permits Community Forum Most Turkey Central members have already gone through the whole residence permit process, and are happy to share their experiences with you or give you advice. Chances are, someone has already asked the question you have, so be sure to search the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If they haven't, you can open a new topic. Residence Permit Support Forum Need to buy the required health insurance coverage for your residence permit? You can buy it online, or just get a free quote, by using our Expat Health Insurance Inquiry Form.
  2. I am planning to move to Izmir soon with my newborn baby and was hoping to find a group for expat moms in the area. Does anyone have information on that? Also: this is a random addendum, but if anyone could tell me what the public smoking situation is in Izmir I would be overjoyed. I know that in some areas it is technically "yasak," but people still do it anyway. Is this the case with Izmir? I'm excited about the move but concerned for my little lady's developing lungs. Input on either of these queries would be tremendously helpful. Thanks
  3. Hello everyone. My husband is in the Air Force and just received orders to go to Izmir. I see that there have been a few other posts like this but they it looked like they were a few years old.I wanted to see what all you guys could tell me about having an assignment in Izmir; things to bring, housing, car info, etc.My husband is thinking about tradeing in one of our vehicles, before he goes, for a Jetta TDI that has a diesel engine. One of our questions is do they have diesel readily available at the gas stations over there?Another big question is how hard is it to find housing there? Are the prices reasonable?Our plan is not to really bring a lot with us except for a laptop maybe. Is there anything that we need to bring that we can't get over there?Also, does anyone have any information on whether or not spouses can accompany the military members to Izmir?Thank you in advance for your help!Ali
  4. Wish I had found this site earlier. Found it while looking for Disko Hit.I was stationed in Izmir 1972-1974 in the Army, in the JSSG. I worked in the telephone central offices at Landsoutheast HQ and Disko Hit. Cant remember if I worked at Sirinyer in that time. Got to be kind of a blur.Other than a fishing trip to Lake Van and a visit to Sardis, I didn''t get far from Izmir. Did spend a lot of time at the NATO Rod and Gun Club and hunting in the area. Saw and did a lot of things there.Two years of my life I value very highly. I loved the people and the country. Worked with some interesting people. Hard to find the quality of people you had in the military on the outside.Ataturk scratched my heel while I was there. I had the fiercest and strangest cat in all of Turkey. However, I sincerely doubt I will fulfill that legend. There was a legend Ataturk would scratch the heel of the next great ruler in Turkey. This was supposed to be the reason so many Turkish guys wore their shoes with the heels scrunched down, like sandals. Or something like that. :-)I hope to post on the Izmir forum in the near future. Can't believe how big that city has grown.
  5. Hello All! I'm a 25 years and would like to move to live and work in Izmir on my own. How do you think would it be hard to find a job remotely while I'm in my home country? I have applied for several positions through kariyer.net, but got no luck yet :( Thank you in advance! Susie
  6. Hi Everyone, My name is Mehmet Ali BARUT , I am 49 years old and working as a real estate agent in İzmir at Demka Gayrimenkul. Last night I was talking to my sister in law Merve BALIN, who is attorney at law in İzmir and I guess she is well known person in the group, mentioned about this forum. Today I'd like to join the group and realised that I am a member since 2011. I understood that some of you worked with an agent to buy/rent property from Turkey , Some were glad but most of you had problems with the agents. I am not glad about the sitiuation of agents in Turkey. Most of them are retired form Military and want to make additional money on their salary. The law of being real estate agent is newly handled by the goverment and is tried to improve the conditions. Anyway , I am working in İzmir and can give you secure and safe service. At our office there are 9 agents and 5 of them can speak fluent English. Please do not hesitate to contact me for your requiries. Bye.
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    One of Turkey's main cities, Izmir is known for its European vibe. This quiz covers Izmir proper and nearby towns, as well as its history and culture. Have fun! You must be a member to take this quiz, since the scores are ranked by member name. Join us! Share this quiz with your friends on Facebook or other social sites by clicking on one of the share at the bottom of this page!
  8. Hi I'm Sean from Toronto. Currently living in Alanya, but would like to relocate to kas or another beautiful city like Antalya or Izmir. I'm looking for a nice, safe and quiet place with internet, beautiful view, and easy access to nature. So How easy is that to find a decent place to rent in kas. How about Safety...access to the restuarant...supermarket... Any suggestions or recommendation about living in kas, or Izmir, or Antalya would greatly be appreciated.
  9. The office of the municipal governor of Izmir, also known as the kaymakam, appointed by the federal Turkish government.
  10. Since 1923, Turkey's touring and automobile driver's association has provided tourism services and facilities to the general public. The often maintain a wedding salon next to their offices. They also produce Turing magazine, which is in Turkish. Note: This organization no longer provides any services relating to driving licenses. For that, you will need to make an online appointment at your local Nüfus ve Vatandaşlık İşleri Müdürlüğü (Population and Citizenship Directorate, or Nüfus). The Nüfus appointment website is: Nüfus Appointment Online System That website will also tell you what documents you need.
  11. This is where you need to go in Izmir, to get water hooked up to your home. You can pay your water bills here, at the post office (PTT), or at any of the banks listed on your water bill. If you want your bills paid automatically from your bank account, just take your bill to your Turkish bank and they'll set it up. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  12. The main bus station for intercity buses arriving and departing Izmir. Generally, you can just show up and get a ticket, and a bus will be departing within an hour or so to your destination. But for very long trips, buses usually depart at night. If you need to travel during a Turkish holiday, book your ticket in advance. You can learn more about Turkey's public transportation in our transportation articles.
  13. The huge shopping complex in Bornova, Izmir, mostly known as the Ikea Shopping Center. Besides the Ikea store, there are many more stores and shops from which you can buy just about anything. From Ikea's website, you can also order various products and have them sent to your home address. Open daily from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Ikea's national toll-free customer service telephone number is 444 4 532.
  14. İzmir Kuzey Kamu Hastaneleri Birliği Alsancak Nevvar-Salih İşgören Devlet Hastanesi The state hospital in Alsancak, Izmir. Their toll-free number, which can be called from any telephone in Turkey, is 444 3511. There is also an online appointments system on their website. Turkey has a toll-free central hospital appointments hotline you can access by calling 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  15. Özel Çankaya Tıp Merkezi A privately-run health clinic in Izmir. Turkey has a toll-free central hospital appointments hotline you can access by calling 182. If you have an emergency, call 112. For more information about the Turkish healthcare system, see our articles on health and medicine in Turkey.
  16. Located in Konak Square near the old clock tower, this is the municipality for the Izmir metropolitan area. Their national "hotline" number is 444 40 35.
  17. If you are buying property in Izmir, this is where you need to go to check on an existing property title, or apply to have a new one made as part of the property buying process. Open 8:30 AM to 12:00 noon, and 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM. This office used to be in the Konak government complex (Hükümet Sarayı). It is still near there, on Milli Kütüphane Caddesi a few blocks southeast, next to the State Opera and Balet building (Devlet Opera ve Bale Salonu).
  18. The provincial social security directorate for Izmir. If you are getting a residence permit in Turkey, and decide to go with Turkey's national health insurance plan rather than getting private insurance, you can enroll for it here.
  19. The office of the 14th noter of Izmir. Open 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
  20. The office of the 7th Notary Public of Izmir. Open 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
  21. Located next door to the General Directorate of Migration Management (DGMM) office in Kemeraltı, Konak. Open 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
  22. Ege Bölgesi Sanayi Odası This organization provides information, assistance, support, and networking opportunities to anyone who opens or operates a business in Izmir or in the Aegean region of Turkey.
  23. The office of the 3rd Notary Public of Izmir. Open 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
  24. Go here to get documents officially notarized. Open 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
  25. The office of the first Notary Public, Izmir. Open 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
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