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  1. When you apply for a residence permit or other official identification, the government official involved may ask you for a birth certificate from your home country. If you don't have your birth certificate, you'll need to apply to the office of your country's government that maintains birth records, and have a copy of it sent to you. The procedure will vary from country to country. Since you'll be using the birth certificate in Turkey, you'll also need to have the document internationally legalized and translated into Turkish. Document legalization involves a separate document called an a
  2. This article is about how to get a copy of a Turkish birth certificate while either in Turkey or from another country. If you need to get a copy of a birth certificate issued by your home country, see: How to Get a Copy of a Foreign Birth Certificate from Turkey. Getting a Turkish Birth Certificate from the Nüfus In Turkey, the birth registration document is called an Uluslararası Doğum Belgesi (International Birth Certificate). It may also be called a "Formül A." You can get a copy of your birth certificate from the Nüfus ve Vatandaşlık İşleri Genel Müdürlüğü (Population and Citizens
  3. If you and your spouse or partner have a child who was born in Turkey, they aren't automatically a Turkish citizen. Turkish citizenship for a child is based on the citizenship of the parents. If Neither Parent is a Turkish Citizen If neither you nor your spouse or partner is a Turkish citizen, you must apply for a residence permit for the child. When the child is 18 or more years of age, they may apply to become a Turkish citizen by choice. If you or your spouse or partner becomes a Turkish citizen through the Citizenship by Investment Program, your children may also become Turki
  4. This article is about how to register a birth and apply for a residence permit for a child born in Turkey. To learn how to apply for a child born outside Turkey, see: Residence Permits for Children Born Outside of Turkey. After a child is born, the doğum belgesi, or birth certificate, will be issued at the hospital. This form is sometimes called a "formul A." The birth certificate will allow the child to stay in Turkey for six months or until the expiration date of the parents' current residence permit (whichever is sooner). Register the Birth at the Nüfus You will need to r
  5. This article is about how to apply for a residence permit for a child born outside of Turkey. If you need to learn how to apply for a child born in Turkey, see Residence Permits and Birth Registration for Foreign Children Born in Turkey. Foreigners, who want to stay in Turkey longer than their visa allows, must have their own residence permit. This includes children. All residence permit applications begin on Turkey's online residence permit application system, at https://www.e-ikamet.goc.gov.tr/. İkamet means "residence." Residence permits are issued by the Göç İdaresi Genel Mü
  6. I have a question burning in my mind that I would love to have answered. I have been living in Turkey since 2010. I came to Turkey married, became separated in 2012 and divorced through the Turkish Family Courts in 2015. I was granted custody of our children, both hold US and Turkish citizenship, with their father having the minimal visitation required by Turkish law. My ex husband has made a right mess of his finances over the years. He does not pay the support outlined in our divorce decree. He also can no longer show the amount of money required for me to meet the financial requirement
  7. I need to find out how to have the terms of my divorce decree enforced. My ex husband and I were married in the US but divorced through the Turkish Family Court system in 2015. I am specifically interested in knowing if there are resources available for expats who do not have financial means to hire a lawyer. I have resided in Turkey on a RP from 2010 to August of this year. I was in the process of renewing my residence permit when my mother was diagnosed with cancer. I had to leave immediately to care for her as she has no surviving family members living in her area.
  8. First of all, thanks for compiling such an enormously helpful site - by far the best resource on Turkish visas / residency permits that I have come across. My wife, son and I are just about to apply for short term residency permits in order to extend our 3 month stay as tourists by a further two months. As our tourist visas run out on 9th September I am slightly concerned that I have left our applications too late especially with the forthcoming 10 day bayram, although from what I have seen on this forum it appears that we would be OK to stay in Turkey even if our tourist visa has expired
  9. I’m an EU citizen and my daughter is a double citizen (my country and TR), because her Turkish father is in the birth certificate but he never had any interest, never supported and didn’t see her since 3 years. He has a new woman and moved with her to South Africa and we don’t have any contact. We are living in EU. I don’t want her to keep the Turkish citizenship, how can I give it up?
  10. What is the overall feeling from the Turks about kids in restaurants, etc? Is it frowned upon or are they welcoming? The Germans, for example, really scoff at bringing kids to restaurants, but other cultures don't have such an issue with it. Thanks!
  11. Hi Hi! I'm almost "desperate" to get some info about Turkish divorce cases. I'm from Holland and I'm in a relationship with a Turkish man for 2 years. I do live in Turkey, but not with him. My boyfriend was married for a couple of years and his marriage didn't work out and he filed for divorce. This divorce is going on for 2 years now and we have to keep our relationship a secret. I hate this so much, because I love him and I know it's also very hard for him. My boyfriend has a child with his wife and she very small (3 years old). He told me that the judge changed and this delayed h
  12. Hi. Can a mother apply for 6 month old baby resident permit. Baby's father is not in turkey. Mother has short term resident permit . Or does she need power of attorney from father .
  13. Hi there I hope someone can help me. I am a British Citizen and I married a Turkish man in Fethiye in 2000. We had two children together (girls, now 16 and 14 - they were both born in the UK). We bought an apartment together in Fethiye in 2001 and lived in Turkey. Both names are on the tapu. After 14 years of marriage, in early 2014, I found out many awful things about my husband - he was having a 3 year affair with a local girl who worked at the cinema, he was also using prostitutes and filming himself (I found the camera), he was watching teenage pornography and in thousands of
  14. If you apply for a short-term residency permit for a child, then you need to have an Apostilled birth certificate for the child. This needs to be translated and notarized. Apostilled documents can take a while to get from the country that issued the birth certificate, plus extra time to then get it translated to Turkish and notarized, so people need to be aware that this is needed. Also if you have sole custody you need to get this document with Apostille. Ken: Question to ask DGMM: How old can this custody document be (max.) and what date counts application date or start d
  15. I wish someone been through this and had a child birth in Turkey, Does he or she get the Turkish nationality and how, do the parents get benefit of that nationality?
  16. My baby was born in Turkey (we, her parents are foreign obviously) and I have just got her passport from my country done (she is almost a year old now). Now we must start the process of a residence permit. I, the mother, already have mine. We live in Istanbul. Should I go down to the main local Emniyet, or do I need to go to the Vatan Emniyet since it is her first time getting a residence permit? Also, should I start at the Emniyet to find out there what I need to do for her, or can someone tell me here, or tell me the best place to go find out what she needs?
  17. I have gone through pretty much all of the posts here for an answer but nothing quite exactly the same. I am Chinese (not a Muslim) in Asia and the Turkish boy has been here for work for the past few years. I am older by 5 years and he is currently 31. We have been dating for over a year now and we have gotten serious and talking about marriage. I have recently also flown to Turkey to meet with his family (and he has met mine) but unfortunately they are adamant against us having a future and instead wants to find him a suitable candidate. He wants to end the relationship now as he sees no futu
  18. I'm sure I'm not the only who's had this conversation... Just what are our kids? Do you consider them "mixed race?" In some respects, the fact that I'm American and he's NATIVE Turkish makes our son multi-cultural (and, inshallah, bi-lingual in the future), but Turk is not really a race. Neither is Arabic, for that matter, but in today's society, I'm willing to put it out there that a Muslim/Arab receives as much prejudice as a person of color, thanks to all the media coverage of terrorism around the world. But "Arab" is not a box to check on any forms. There's a whole lot of attention ab
  19. Hello, I have a question about registering children born abroad. I gave birth 3 years ago to twin baby boys. I'm British/French and their dad is Turkish. We never got married but he signed their birth certificates. He walked out just a few weeks after they were born, and I've never heard from him. I don't know if he registered the boys with the consulate or not, and I've tried contacting him, but nothing. It's been almost three years, nothing. Nothing from him, nothing from his mates, nothing from his family. I was thinking of registering the boys myself, but I don't have any of their dad'
  20. ok so its time to start thinking about what does a child need from a creche and also what would a mum expect to get out of sending a child to creche either PT or FT. i think in my case i am lucky as i dont need to send my child but i may want to eventually for his own social /personal development. Just wondered - what makes a good creche? for us location matters and of course price (which i imagine varies greatly for what reasons i dont know didnt think yet.....) having not taught under 5's as such its a new world to me.... anything anyone has to share on this subject i would be inte
  21. Can somebody advise me please. I usually live in Turkey but returned to the UK to have my second child. I have been here 5 months and accumulated some personal belongings that are to large to go with us on the aeroplane i.e toys (non-electrical), a small toddler bed, toddler car seat, excess toys, Moses basket do we pay import charges on children's items and can anyone recommend some companies that were reliable and fairly priced? Any help on this or a point of reference to start with would be appreciated. I am English and my husband is Turkish.
  22. HiI was wondering does anyone know when the kids schools are hiring english teachers?I have been looking at jobs but they all seem to be for teaching adults in language centres? Is it the time of year?I hope some one can help meCiara
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