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  1. Foreigners are typically deported from Turkey because they didn't get a residence permit or didn't extend it, then lived in Turkey until the police caught them. While a short overstay involves paying a fine on departure and perhaps a ban of three months to a year, a long overstay can involve detention and forced departure, and a five-year ban. Deportations are carried out by the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or immigration office). Reasons You May Be Deported from Turkey You may be deported from Turkey if you: Are convicted of a crime resulting in imprisonment. Are found to be a member or supporter of a terrorist or criminal organization. Use forged or fake documents when entering Turkey or when applying for a residence permit Work in Turkey without a work permit or make a living through illegal means. Pose a threat to public order, safety, or health. Stay in Turkey for more than ten days beyond the validity period of your visa or visa exemption, or if your visa or visa exemption is canceled. Apply for a residence permit more than ten days after your previous residence permit has expired and don't have a valid reason for your overstay. Remain in Turkey after your residence permit is canceled. Enter or exit Turkey illegally. Enter Turkey while banned from doing so. Administrative Detention You can be physically detained and placed in a detention facility if you: Are an escape risk. Have violated the laws concerning the entry and exit procedures of Turkey. Have used forged documents Didn't leave Turkey by a date on which you were ordered to leave. Pose a threat to public order, safety, or health. Maximum Detention Period The maximum detention period is six months. It can be extended if you have no documents showing your country of origin, if such documents are fake or have been forged, or if your uncooperativeness causes the court to be unable to make a decision. Release from Administrative Detention Every month, the provincial government reviews the cases of people in administrative detention. If they find your detention is no longer necessary, they may release you and require you to stay at a particular address and periodically report to government officials. Deportation You can be deported to: Your country of origin. The country you were in before arriving in Turkey. A third country as decided by immigration officials. Travel Expenses of Deportation If you're deported, you'll be responsible for your travel expenses. If you can't pay them, the immigration office will. You'll have to repay the immigration office before you'll be allowed to enter Turkey again. What to Do if You Have a Long Overstay Don't wait until you're caught. It just takes a policeman asking for your ID card or someone calling the authorities to bring an unpleasant end to your stay in Turkey. If you meet any of the criteria above for deportation, contact your country's embassy or consulate. They can assist you in turning yourself in and leaving voluntarily. Ken Grubb As a special investigator for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and teacher for the University of Maryland, Ken Grubb has lived and worked in Turkey since 1997. He now lives in Antalya, where he researches and writes guides to help others live skillfully in Turkey.
  2. karen47

    Deportation

    Please can anyone help us? We have made a new life in turkey. MY partner got deported from Turkey in november last year, we had a dissagreement with some neighbours. they went to the police and made up some story about us beating them up, (which we never).. but the police would not listen to us, i only never got deported as i have my residency for turkey. we were being nice to these people trying to see why they were not talking to us and they went crazy, when they would not listen to us, my partner did threaten to "knock his block off" . they kept shouting and the man was right in my partners face as he done so. they told the police that he had tried to chop of his head!!! this man had a fall off his push bike a couple of weeks before and is trying to say his injuries were caused by my partner! his wife aparently had brusies on her legs and arms and blamed me, she said i kicked her and punched her and pulled her hair, Now!. I cant kick anything as i have had operation's to my big toes, they have pins in them and are very sensative to touch!! and we dont have a mark on us at all!! I swear we did not touch them!! and if we had beat them up they would have ended up in hospital in a very bad state. These people are a little crazy!!!, we have paid a lot of money to get p.o.a for the lawyer to find out what is happening. but this is taking some time, I am at my wits end abut this whole thing can anyone please help!!
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