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  1. If you've been living in Turkey for at least one year with a residence permit, you can enroll in Turkey's Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu (Social Security Institution) Genel Sağlık Sigortası (General Health Insurance Plan). Often called "SGK Insurance," this is Turkey's comprehensive national health insurance plan. You can join the SGK plan at any age and have insurance coverage for the rest of your life. While SGK doesn't cover chronic, pre-existing conditions you already have when you join, it will cover them, continuously, if you develop one or more chronic conditions after you've joined the pl
  2. If you've looked into applying for a residence permit in Turkey, you've probably already heard of the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü. You may also have heard it called the Göç or Göç İdaresi. What they're referring to is the Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM. What is the Directorate General of Migration Management? The Directorate General of Migration Management (DGMM) is a Turkish government organization under the Department of the Interior. It processes residence permit applications and issues residence permit cards, implements immigration policies, and provides prot
  3. An official, government-licensed translator in Turkey is called a yeminli çevirmen or a yeminli tercüman. Both words, in English, mean "sworn translator." They're the only translators authorized to translate documents from other languages for legal use in Turkey. After a sworn translator finishes a translation, they'll take it to a noter (notary), and swear an oath that the translation is a true and accurate translation of the document into Turkish. The notary will stamp and sign the translation, making it a legally recognized document. The notary will also stamp the translation with
  4. If you're planning to live or work in Turkey with a residence permit or work permit, you'll need to get a vergi numarası (tax number) from the tax office. Later, you'll likely have to pay various fees and taxes to the Turkish government, which you can do at the tax office or by using Turkey's government services portal, e-Devlet (e-Government) at www.turkiye.gov.tr. What is the Tax Office in Turkey? The Gelir İdaresi Başkanlığı (Directorate of Revenue Management) is the branch of the Turkish government which collects taxes, carries out the activities of the tax system, performs tax au
  5. At some point, while living in Turkey, you'll probably have to go to a government office called the Nüfus for one thing or another. In this guide, I'll explain what the Nüfus is, what it does, and how you can find your local Nüfus and go there. What is the Nüfus? The Nüfus ve Vatandaşlık İşleri Genel Müdürlüğü (General Directorate of Population and Citizenship Affairs, or Nüfus), is Turkey's government office which issues Turkish citizens' identification cards, driving licenses, birth, marriage, divorce and death certificates. It also keeps records of these documents. The Nüfus also h
  6. Notaries are used more often in Turkey than in many other countries. Every district in Turkey has at least one, and most districts (as well as cities and towns) have more than one. You don't need an appointment to see a notary. You can walk in, take a number and wait for them to call you. What is a Notary in Turkey? A noter (notary) is a fully credentialed, government-appointed lawyer responsible for verifying the authenticity of documents. They identify signers of documents, verify their awareness and willingness to sign, administer oaths, and keep an archive of the documents they ad
  7. Here is a list of the offices of the Göç İdaresi Genel Mudürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) offices in each province of Turkey. This is where you need to go to get your residence permit. The DGMM also has a foreigner communications center where you can speak to an immigration specialist. Just call 157 from any telephone within Turkey. The call will be free. From outside of Turkey, call +90 312 157 1122. Long-distance charges will apply to calls made from outside of Turkey. Adana Address: Atakent Mahallesi Selahattin Çolak Bulvari No :88 Yüreğir / Adana
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