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  1. I need to provide police clearance certificate from Turkey. In order to get this certificate, I have to provide identity card that I wonder could be Turkish identity card for foreigner or my own nationality identity card. If it Turkish foreigner identity card " kimlik". Then I will be in the complex situation. Since it was 10 year ago ( 18 years old) I lived in Ankara as Student for only a year ( now I am 28 @[email protected]) and both residence permit and ID card I believe lost ages ago. I hope you guys can give me any advice. In case they need my ID number, how I can I find my number. As I remember I need to had my residence permit done after that got foreigner ID number.
  2. I have a few (U.S.) friends here in Izmir that were issued long-term residencies (expire in 2099) after they applied for SHORT-term residencies. They have all been here as residents for at least 8 years, which supposedly is the minimum time to be eligible for a long-term residency. They did NOT provide a criminal record check, as that wasn't (and maybe still isn't) required for SHORT-term residency. Has anyone else seen or heard of this bonanza ??
  3. Criminal Record Checks in Turkey Each provincial capital, and some smaller cities and towns, have a law building, called an adalet sarayı, (literally translated "justice palace") or adliye. This building contains most of the local government legal offices, and court rooms. And it contains the office where you need to go to get your criminal record. In some smaller cities and towns, the office you need may be in the emniyet müdürlüğü, (security directorate), which is kind of a main police station. In the adalet sarayı or emniyet müdürlüğü, look for a placard (usually just inside the entrance) which says "Sabıka Kaydı," or criminal record, or ask the guard where this office is. Give the clerk your passport and your current residence permit. If it's for a residence permit, tell him "ikamet." It might take 15 or 20 minutes for them to produce the paper. Criminal records checks for residence permits are free, but for other reasons, like for a driving license, you will need to pay a small fee. Either there will be a fee-payment window or desk in the same room, or you will need to go to the vezne (cashier) in the same building to pay this fee bring the fee receipt back to the clerk, who will give you your criminal record check document. Criminal Record Checks in Other Countries If you have been living in Turkey for less than five years, you may be asked for a criminal record check document from your home country. Even if you have lived in Turkey for more than five years, you may still be asked to provide one. Each country (and each state in the USA) has different procedures for obtaining a criminal record check. The best way to learn the procedure is to find the main government website and search if for "criminal record." To be sure you are on the official website, make sure it has a ".gov" in the suffix, such as "www.arizona.gov" or "www.gov.uk." Note: Criminal records checks from other countries can take a long time to be processed and mailed to you. It is a good idea to apply for one as early as possible. The Apostille, or Legalization of the Criminal Record For official records from other countries, such as criminal record checks, the Turkish government requires an apostille. An apostille is a separate certification, by a trusted authority appointed by your government, which certifies that the document's origin is authentic. You will need to get this after you obtain your criminal record. To learn about how to get an apostille, see Apostilles and Document Legalization. Translation Once you have your criminal record and the apostille, both must be translated by an official, sworn Turkish translator. Then the translation must be notarized. State Governments in the USA May Require Your Presence Some US state governments will require you to submit a fingerprint card before they do a criminal record check. If that is the case, you will have to physically go there and submit your fingerprints in person. Unfortunately, this can't be done at the US embassy or any consulate in Turkey. Contact your state government officials to learn their procedure. Questions or Comments? If you have any questions or comments about residence permits, or about these articles, please post them in one of our residence permit forums. External Links UK Criminal Records Checks for Overseas Applicants: From the UK government, explains how UK citizens can get a criminal record check while overseas. ACRO Criminal Records Office, UK: The place where you can get a criminal records check certificate in the United Kingdom. Criminal Records Checks for US Citizens: From the US Department of State, information about how you can obtain a criminal record certificate from the US.
  4. Do I need to have my criminal record mailed to Turkey, or is it very possible that I can do it while I'm in my country then take it with me?
  5. Hello, I live in Balikesir and last month my father came here with a tourist visa of 1 month expiry. He wanted to stay longer so we applied for short time Residence Permit. He got a tax number, opened a bank account and even got a 1 year health insurance. The time we went for the meeting on the given day, the lady in charge told us she wanted a certificate of clean records from us. She told us to go to Istanbul, to our embassy, and get the certificate and then come back again and she will give the permit. I told her it wasn't necessary in the past because she hadn't asked me for the certificate so She said this was the new law and my father has no record in the system and it is his first time applying so they want the certificate. we asked several people and they all are saying there is no such a thing required for applying I wanted to know if it's for sure or what? What can we do? anyone knows about this?
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