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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 Antalya 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. Note: The information we have about the DGMM office locations comes from the Turkish government. But offices move sometimes. We advise you to go to the DGMM office a day or more before your appointment to make sure it is still there. And if it is not, please let us know where it has moved to.
  2. Hi I just created this topic to help everybody who needs to have an idea about areas in Antalya, especially for those who are coming to live here. Unfortunately, I personally do not have a clear idea about areas here so if you think you can help, please add what you know. For example Lara area: beaches, hotels, residential buildings. anything else? Konyaalti: Easy access to the beach wıth the new waterfront, hotels, closer to the center ... which area ın Konyaalti is better for a famıly? Anythıng else? Liman:? Any input wıll greatly be appreciated. Please take a moment to help and thanks in advance.
  3. I've been living in Izmir, or thereabouts, for many years. Farthest away from Izmir, I lived in Çeşme, at the end of the peninsula which juts out from the south part of Izmir. I spent a year there. Çeşme is very dead in the winter, to the point that I think it would be maddening for me, yet I do miss it because it's so quiet. In Çeşme, during the off season, everything's closed, and it's as if everyone goes into hibernation. The expats in Çeşme, mostly Brits, seem to go home early, so the winter months are exceedingly dull. I'm planning to move south, to leave Izmir. My main choices are Fethiye, Antalya, and Kaş. Fethiye I've been too, but it doesn't seem to have much charm for me, except for some very beautiful coastline and of course, Ölüdeniz. Now that opinion was based only on a visit of a few days, so I'm sure I don't have the full picture. During the summer, I visited Antalya. Antalya seems like a city which has a lot going for it, and wouldn't die during the winter. I think the ideal place for me would be where I could live in a reasonably quiet place, but be able to get to the city easily for those things that cities offer, and of course, beaches and sea, I must have those! While in Antalya I met with Fil, a resident of Antalya. I asked Fil where, if he could live anywhere in Turkey, that would be. Fil said, "Kaş." That's where Cukurbagli lives. Fil went on to say that Antalya is indeed seasonal, like a lot of other places which depend on tourism. He said there was a rather active expat life in Antalya as well, so I wouldn't feel so isolated. But in the end he said that he would like to live in Kaş. I've never seen Kaş, and I intend to visit it soon, during the off-season, to see what it's like during the off season. This is a very vague topic starter, I know, about as vague as my thoughts about moving down to the South Aegean or the Mediterranean. So I don't even know what I'm asking for here, I'm just soliciting comments! Where is the best place to live?
  4. Hey everyone, New to the forum and thought this would be the best avenue for my question(s). I'm currently working in a kindergarten but looking to move on hopefully to a kolej. I have a CELTA and about 7 years ESL teaching under my belt. I know that there are a lot of super qualified teachers that work in the private big schools here in Antalya but I was just wondering what my chances would be with just having a CELTA and experience? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Hi, I'm relocating to Antalya and considering renting a villa in Palm City (or similar compound with like facilities: 24 hour security, indoor/outdoor pools, gym, etc). Do you, or anyone you know have any experience in Palm City? Are there any other compounds (within 30 mins to the heart of Antalya) that you would recommend also considering? Any recommendations and/or feedback would be appreciated; especially on issues that are not highlighted in the glossy company brochures (like potential electricity cuts, sewerage/drainage odours, noise, etc). Guidance appreciated. Thanks in Advance, Dean
  6. 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.
  7. The Muratpaşa Nüfus ve Vatandaşlık Müdürlüğü, also called the Nüfus, is where you need to go to register your address if you live in Muratpaşa, Antalya. You can also apply to become a Turkish citizen here. Open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. There is also a national toll-free customer service number you can call at 199.
  8. The Antalya Tapu office is where property title deeds are kept, and where title transfers between sellers and buyers. You will need to go here to check the property title of a property you are buying, and to pick up the new property title as part of the property buying process.
  9. 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.
  10. This shopping center features of one of the larger versions of a Kipa supermarket, one of the biggest grocery store chains in Turkey. A good place to go if you need a grocery store with a wide variety of meat, vegetables, and other products. There is also a Media Markt where you can find a plentiful supply of computers and electronics. Open Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
  11. Mark Antalya is a multi-story shopping mall in Muratpaşa, the heart of Antalya. Besides having a multitude of stores, their food court is worth mentioning as well, since it has several restaurants which serve more international-style cuisine than most of the other malls. Mark Antalya is easily accessible by the AntRay, Antalya's Metro system. Just get off at the Şarampol stop and you'll be right in front of it. Open daily from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
  12. Metro is a large warehouse-type superstore with household furnishings and equipment, office supplies, and produce. While it is primarily set up for business customers, regular customers can also shop there. Just fill out a form at the customer service desk next to the entrance and give it to the cashier when you check out. Metro's national toll-free information number in Turkey is 444 5040.
  13. Offers clothing and shoe stores, a Koçtaş home improvement store, a D&R music and book store, a TeknoSa electronics store, restaurants and fast-food places, and more. Easily accessible by the AntRay tram, just get off at the "Dokuma" tram stop. Özdilek also has a service bus. You can find their timetable and stops on their website under "Ulaşım." Their toll-free customer service number is 444-4416. Open daily from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
  14. Akdeniz Üniversitesi Hastanesi is a tertiary level hospital with 1050 bed capacity with 33 specialized clinical departments and is one of the leading medical centers in Turkey. 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. Antalya Atatürk Devlet Hastanesi 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. Antalya Kültür Sanat The Center for Antalya Culture and Arts opened in 2015 with the exhibitions of Picasso and Ara Güler. It continues to host significant exhibitions of art by well-known artists. Besides its art exhibitions, it also organizes talks on art, film screenings, and education workshops for both adults and children, year round. The display area covers 2,000 square meters. Three floors are dedicated to temporary exhibition galleries, and one floor is dedicated to to education programs. There is also an auditorium with a capacity of 118 people, as well as a souvenir shop and a cafe. Opening Hours Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM Thursday from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM Closed on Mondays. Guided tours are available. The museum is designed to be wheelchair accessible. Admission Fee Normal admission is 15 TL. A discounted price of 7.50 TL is offered to students over 14 years old teachers retired people. It is free for children under 14 years of age disabled persons and one assistant.
  17. This is the main municipality for the Antalya metropolitan area. There is also a municipal theater here.
  18. The Sosyal Güvenlik Kumuru (SGK) Directorate for Antalya province. This is where you would need to apply for health insurance to have a residence permit in Turkey. To learn more about residence permits, see our collection of articles about residence permits here: Turkey Residence Permits
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    MiniCity Antalya

    MiniCity is a park where you can see miniture versions of the most famous buildings in Turkey.
  20. Turkey Central

    Antalya Aquarium

    The Antalya aquarium is one of the largest aquarium complexes in the world, and features the largest tunnel aquarium anywhere. There are also 40 different aquariums, each with a different theme. Besides the aquarium, there is also "Snow World," where you can frolick in the snow and enjoy winter sports and activities any time of the year. At the Tropical Reptile House, and Wild Park, you can experience various species of animals you may never have seen before. Besides these activities and a 3D cinema, the Antalya Aquarium also offers excellent dining at many cafes and restaurants. The aquarium is open daily from 9:30 AM to 11:00 PM.
  21. Antalya Ticaret ve Sanayi Odası ATSO provides information and support for those wishing to open a company, or do business with companies in Antalya, and holds various seminars and events of interest to business people. Their website contains information about investing in Turkey, trade fairs, the economic situation of Antalya, and has a directory of Turkish exporters in Antalya. There is also an Antalya city guide and a photo gallery. ATSO is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM.
  22. Deepo Outlet Center is one of the largest outlet stores in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. It hosts 90 stores which sell hundreds of name brand products.And everything is for sale at factory prices. Besides its stores, Deepo Outlet Center has 15 restaurants, five movie theaters, a fairground, and a go-cart track.
  23. At ICCA International School, children of multiple nationalities learn together in a multi-cultural environment. ICCA takes pride in offering their students a creative and comprehensive education. As such they are very well resourced with quality equipment and educational materials. Learning Languages at ICCA International School ICCA has a reputation for successfully teaching English as a second language to children of all ages. Children are taught by fluent English speaking teachers through a variety of activities which include singing, role play, drama, model making, story books, writing and the study of everyday topics. Children are encouraged to participate verbally in English to build their confidence and help them to develop an ear for the language and the rhythm and intonation of the speech. Children with a knowledge of the English language are also helped to extend their vocabulary and further their understanding of sentence structure through listening to stories, reading and writing. All children with a positive attitude and a high level of teacher expectation will learn English, however, younger children will be less inhibited when starting to speak a second or third language. At ICCA all children learn English and Turkish and they are also offered opportunities to learn other languages. ICCA International School is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Closed during the month of August. There is also another branch of ICCA International School in Döşmealtı, Antalya.
  24. At ICCA International School, children of multiple nationalities learn together in a multi-cultural environment. ICCA takes pride in offering their students a creative and comprehensive education. As such they are very well resourced with quality equipment and educational materials. Learning Languages at ICCA International School ICCA has a reputation for successfully teaching English as a second language to children of all ages. Children are taught by fluent English speaking teachers through a variety of activities which include singing, role play, drama, model making, story books, writing and the study of everyday topics. Children are encouraged to participate verbally in English to build their confidence and help them to develop an ear for the language and the rhythm and intonation of the speech. Children with a knowledge of the English language are also helped to extend their vocabulary and further their understanding of sentence structure through listening to stories, reading and writing. All children with a positive attitude and a high level of teacher expectation will learn English, however, younger children will be less inhibited when starting to speak a second or third language. At ICCA all children learn English and Turkish and they are also offered opportunities to learn other languages. ICCA International School is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Closed during the month of August. There is also another branch of ICCA International School in Antalya City Center.
  25. The performance venue of the Turkish State Opera and Ballet, in Antalya.
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