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In this article, I'll explain what you must do to get a residence permit for your child. What you do depends on if your child was born outside of Turkey, or if they were born in Turkey. Foreign children must have a residence permit to live in Turkey. The application process is the same as it is for adults, but children born in Turkey must have their birth registered within 30 days, then the application for a residence permit made within six months. All residence permit applications begin on Turkey's online registration system, e-İkamet, at https://e-ikamet.goc.gov.tr/. İkamet means "
Hi Am posting to see if anyone has been through anything similar and maybe can offer some advise. Myself and 2 children live in Turkey, we are British with Turkish citizenship. I divorced my husband back in 2015. He is Turkish but lives in the UK He gave me full custody of the children and agreed to pay a certain amount of money a month. The amount to be paid was never documented on the divorce papers. Initially he was paying the agreed amount, then he decided to change it to a lower amount after several months with no communication with myself. When questioned he said
Hi I am a married female and I have a male child who is 19 months old. We are a family of 3 and currently studying in the UK, we do not have English nationality, however we all have Turkish and Saudi nationalities. Generally we live back in Saudi. I am planning to return back to Saudi for good by the end of this month. But my husband and I are not getting well together. He threatened me to take my son from me and not let me see him again ever. I am emotionally damaged and I think that I will divorce him!. However, from the moment I enter Saudi, my husband can easily and legally take my son awa
Looking for some assistance for a friend. She is a divorced mother of two boys in turkey with custody, she recently has made the decision to move to the states to restart her life there, since she has family and friends there. Her ex-husband and his family, who is also turkish, is saying he will not let the boys move, out of spite. He comes from wealth and is hard for her to match there lawyers. Is there anything she can do to move them. He does nothing with the boys when the visits, so his decision is mainly bases on her leaving him. Thank you for any help you may supply