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  1. This article is for those who will be applying for work in Turkey from outside Turkey. If you have already been in Turkey with a residence permit for at least six months, see: Apply for a Work Permit While in Turkey: Eligibility, Required Documents, and the Application Process. If you want to travel to Turkey for work, you must first find a job and have a job offer or contract from an employer. You'll then attend an appointment at a Turkish embassy or consulate and get a reference number to send to your employer. Your employer will then apply for your work permit, as the Turkish embassy o
  2. COVID-19 Update to Residence Permit Application Process In February 2021, I extended my residence permit. After registering online, I got an appointment at the local immigration office. When I arrived, I checked in and the immigration officer at the reception desk checked my application package and accepted it. There was no interview. She said that only first-time applicants are being interviewed. To learn more about the pandemic and how it affects residence permit applications, see COVID-19 Pandemic: Changes to the Residence Permit Application Process. Contents What is
  3. COVID-19 Update to Residence Permit Application Process In February 2021, I extended my residence permit. After registering online, I got an appointment at the local immigration office. When I arrived, I checked in and the immigration officer at the reception desk checked my application package and accepted it. There was no interview. She said that only first-time applicants are being interviewed. To learn more about the pandemic and how it affects residence permit applications, see COVID-19 Pandemic: Changes to the Residence Permit Application Process. Contents What is
  4. COVID-19 Update to Residence Permit Application Process In February 2021, I extended my residence permit. After registering online, I got an appointment at the local immigration office. When I arrived, I checked in and the immigration officer at the reception desk checked my application package and accepted it. There was no interview. She said that only first-time applicants are being interviewed. To learn more about the pandemic and how it affects residence permit applications, see COVID-19 Pandemic: Changes to the Residence Permit Application Process. Contents What is
  5. This guide is about the student residence permit, which you can apply for after entering Turkey with a student visa. To learn about the student visa, see Student Visas: Eligibility, the Application Process, and What to do When You Arrive in Turkey. COVID-19 Update to Residence Permit Application Process In February 2021, I extended my residence permit. After registering online, I got an appointment at the local immigration office. When I arrived, I checked in and the immigration officer at the reception desk checked my application package and accepted it. There was no interview.
  6. If you've stayed in Turkey for the maximum time allowed on your visa, then leave the country and want to return, you can do so as long as you sign a form called a 180 günde 90 Gün Uygulaması Kapsamda İkamet İzni Şartlı Giriş Bilgi Formu (Information Form on Residence Permit Conditional Entry Within the Scope of 90 Days in 180 Days Implementation). That's quite a mouthful! So for short, people (including Turkish border control personnel) call it a Şartlı Giriş Formu (Conditional Entry Form). What Is a Şartlı Giriş Formu (Conditional Entry Form)? A Conditional Entry Form is a docum
  7. Everyone who lives in Turkey, whether they're a Turkish citizen or a foreign resident, is assigned a kimlik numarası (identity number). Foreign residents have a number identifying them as a foreigner. It's called a yabancı kimlik numarası (Foreigner Identification Number, or YKN). What is a Foreigner Identification Number? A foreigner identification number is an eleven-digit number beginning with 99. It's issued during the residence permit application process and printed on the front of the residence permit or work permit. Once received, a foreigner can use this number in place of the
  8. Once you've lived or worked in Turkey for at least eight continuous years, you'll be eligible for a long-term residence permit. While the application process is the same as for a short-term or other type of residence permit, there are some additional documents you'll need to include with your application. One of them is a letter from the Sosyal Yardımlaşma ve Dayanışma Vakfi (Social Assistance and Solidarity Foundation), which states that you haven't received social welfare assistance for the previous three years. What is a No Social Welfare Support Letter? The No Social Welfare Suppo
  9. When applying for a residence permit, work permit, citizenship, or a driving license, you must provide one or more biometric photos. Usually, you must also scan one of them and upload it to an online application system. What is a Biometric Photo? A biometric photo is an ordinary photograph you can have taken at any photoshop. The photo must be of a specific width and height (determined by the government organization which requires it). It must display enough detail of your facial features so it can be scanned by a device that records, from the photo, the relative distances between you
  10. 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
  11. When you apply for a residence permit or other official identification, the government official involved may ask you for a criminal record check from your home country. How you get this will depend on the procedure used by your government's office that maintains criminal records. Because you'll be using the criminal record in Turkey, you'll also have to get it legalized and translated. Document legalization involves a separate document called an apostille, which I'll cover a bit later. Step 1: Learn Where Your Home Country Keeps and Issues Copies of Criminal Records Use Google t
  12. If you apply for a family residence permit, or if your spouse owns or rents a home that you want to use as your residence but you're not on the title deed or rental contract, you'll need to produce a marriage certificate. You'll also need it if you'll be benefiting from your spouse's income and don't have enough independent income to meet the requirements for living in Turkey. How you get your marriage certificate sent to you depends on the procedure used by the office in your home country that maintains them. Since you'll be using the document in Turkey, you'll also have to get the docum
  13. A health report is required to get married, get a driving license, or get a premium private health insurance policy which is more comprehensive than those normally purchased by foreigners for their residence permit. What is a Turkish Health Report? A health report, in Turkish called a sağlık kurulu raporu or heyet raporu, is a comprehensive report on your health by doctors specializing in internal medicine, eye, ear, nose and throat, neurology, mental health, and orthopedics. The types of doctors involved depend on the reason for the health report. You can obtain a health report at an
  14. If you apply for a residence permit in Turkey, you may be required to provide a notarized copy of a document, such as your rental contract. By submitting a notarized copy with your application package, the Turkish government can be sure it's an authentic copy, and it allows you to keep the original. What is a Notarized Photocopy? A notarized copy is a photocopy made by a notary, which the notary certifies as being an exact copy of the original document. The copy is then stamped with the notary's stamp containing a document number, then signed. A second copy of the original docume
  15. If you're a property owner applying for a residence permit in Istanbul, and sometimes in other provinces of Turkey, a Directorate General of Migration Management (DGMM) immigration specialist may ask you to get a document called a Numerataj Belgesi (Address Numbering Document). Usually, this request will be sent by SMS or e-mail a few days after you've applied online for your residence permit. The message will also ask you to bring the Numerataj Belgesi to your residence permit application appointment. What is a Numerataj Belgesi? The Numerataj Belgesi is a document which records
  16. 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
  17. This article is about how to get a copy of your Turkish marriage license from the Turkish government. If you need to get a copy of your marriage license from your home country, see: How to Get a Copy of a Foreign Marriage Certificate While in Turkey. There are two Turkish documents you can use to prove your marriage: The International Family Book or the Population Registry Document. Either of them should be sufficient, but sometimes a government office will want the population registry document and not the International family book. If you're applying for a family residence permit or othe
  18. There may be a time when you need to perform a legal or financial task or sign a document in Turkey, but you're not in Turkey. Instead of spending the time and money to travel to Turkey, you can appoint someone else to do such things for you, using a power of attorney. What is a Power of Attorney? A power of attorney is a legal document in which you (the principal) designate and authorize another person (the agent) to perform one or more tasks on your behalf. Once you give this power, your agent can legally do whatever the power of attorney document says, as if they were you. Powers o
  19. If you've decided to live in Turkey and intend to apply for a residence permit, one of the first things you'll need is a vergi numarası (tax number). Having a tax number doesn't cause you to be liable for taxes. It's just a number to positively identify you whenever you make a financial transaction. What is a Tax Number? A tax number is a number used by the Turkish government to identify companies and individuals when they make financial transactions. Foreigners in Turkey may get a tax number by presenting their passport at their local İlçe Vergi Dairesi (District Tax Office). Yo
  20. All foreign documents which will be presented to the Turkish government must be internationally legalized with an apostille. Then the document, and the apostille, must be translated into Turkish by a sworn translator. In this guide, I'll explain what an apostille is, how you can get one for your foreign document, and what to do if your country doesn't issue apostilles. What is an Apostille? An apostille is a certificate, issued under the International Apostille Convention, which authenticates the origin of a public document. This makes the document it's attached to a legally reco
  21. This article is about how to get your Turkish criminal record check, in person, from the government of Turkey. To learn how to get your criminal record from the online government services portal, e-Devlet, see: e-Devlet, Turkey's Government Website: How to Join and Use it. To learn how to get your criminal record from your home country, see: How to Get a Foreign Criminal Record from Turkey. You may be asked to provide a criminal record while applying for your residence permit or getting a driving license, among other reasons. The document you need is usually called an adlı sicil belgesi,
  22. There are some applications in Turkey which require a Turkish citizen to provide their registered identity information. This involves a form called a Nüfus Kayıt Örneği (Population Registration Document). Turkish citizens often need this document for applications for visas, scholarships, retirement, inheritance, marriage, and graduation. You may need your Turkish spouse to get one to prove your marriage when you apply for a family residence permit. What is a Population Registration Document? The Population Registration Document is a stamped and signed, or e-signed document which
  23. At the end of your residence permit application appointment, you may receive a document called an İkamet İzni Müracaat Belgesi (Residence Permit Application Document). What is a Residence Permit Application Document? The Residence Permit Application Document is an A-4 sized paper containing your photo, identification information, residence permit application number, and an issue and expiration date. It's given to you at the end of your residence permit application interview and serves as your temporary residence permit until your residence permit card is delivered. The Residence
  24. This article is about the Residence Permit Registration Form, which you download after applying for a residence permit online. To learn about the Residence Permit Application Document, which an immigration officer gives you after your appointment, see: Residence Permit Application Document. After you've completed your online application for a residence permit, the online system will give you a link to download your completed application, so you can print it and take it, with other required documents, to your residence permit interview. Your completed application is called an İkamet İzni
  25. There are some situations for which someone in the Turkish government, or someone else, may ask you to document your intention to do something, and then have that document notarized. The document they'll be asking for is called a taahütname. What is a Taahhütname? A taahhütname is a Turkish legal document on which you make a taahhüd (declaration, commitment, or undertaking), to do something. In this document, you may also agree to some remedy or penalty if you fail to do it. The taahhütname is created by a noter (notary), then stamped and signed by the noter, which makes your declarat
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