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  1. Trevor Lei

    Law question

    Hi everyone. I have some question about law. My mum meet a guy from internet who claims he is working in turkey(let's call him A). and He said owed money to his secretary (B). And the story is this: -A owed money to B -B is holding A's identification like working license, living permit or passport/VISA -B put A to the court -the Judiciary said A is Violated to the law and sent A to jail for few days And my Questions are: -Does it really happens in Turkey? I mean owing money will sent you to jail? -Is B violated to the law? As he is holding someone's identification the story looks very ridiculous to me. Unfortunately my mum believes it.
  2. Hi everyone out there! I am Norwegian and my boyfriend, Mahmut, is Turkish. We have been together for a while now, and he is now in the army to do his time. He has been there now for 4 months and have left 8 months. I've come here because I was hoping if there is anyone that has been in a similar situation that could maybe help me with some advice and support on how to still keep my head up and basically hang on, because right now I am at a breaking point. The thing is that in April he was supposed to get a vacation time where we finally were gonna see each other again, and it's also our anniversary. This is something we have been counting down for and been excited about for a very long time. The problem now is that he told me today that when he gets his vacation time he has to work, and because of that there is no point in me going there when I won't get to see him during that time. He knows how upsetting that makes me, but then again I understand some what why he has to work. We are used to being 1 month apart where I go back to Norway, and after 1 month I get to see him again. So being away from him this long is really hard and I have never been through this before so I don't know how, or how to think, to be able to still keep my head up and hang on at this point. Many tell me to keep myself occupied and do activities at all times to make time go by faster, but my problem is that I am unemployed right now and struggling to get a job, and my life is not exactly exciting. I know that I don't want to give up on our relationship and I am trying so hard to keep it all together, but right now, after he told me he can't be able meet me in April, I have a hard time accepting the fact I have to wait until he's finished until I get to see him. I know I should not be complaining about this, and that there is people out there that don't get to see their loved ones for years, and it also might sound very selfish to some people. But like I said I have never been in this type of relation ship and I don't know how to keep myself both physically and mentally "stable" for this situation, and that's where I need some help. Thank you and I appreciate that you are taking your time for this!!
  3. hı everyone, me and the mıster have a lovely long romantıc story but ıll cut to the chase (happy to answer any questıons though). so we are currently plannıng our weddıng for september 2015, everythıng ıs goıng good but the only thıng were concerned about at the mınute ıs the paperwork sıde of thıngs. we understand what was requıred before wıth the trıp to antalya etc but weve heard that all of the regulatıons have changed for englısh people. but as an englısh woman and a turkısh man were not sure ıf anythıng has changed for our sıtuatıon wıth the most recent changes ın law. ıdeally ıf theres an englısh turkısh couple who have wed recently could you please tell us what applıed for you or ıf anyone else has any answers please because at the moment were just seemıng to fınd the same ınformatıon as was posted before, but we have no ıdea ıf thıs ıs stıll the case. thıs ıs my fırst post and ım happy to have joıned the forums and hopefully be able to contrıbute to others ın the future. lookıng forward to your replıes and thanks ın advance (ps how awful wrıtıng on a turkısh keyboard, sorry about any typos and all of the lıttle Is)
  4. Hello Arkadashlar (friends), I am married to a Turkish girl who is virtually being held captive in her ex-husband's house because of her daughter. He has taken away her phone and internet access and we are only able to communicate very sporadically. I'm sending emails to her ex but he doesn't speak any English and is sending me emails in Turkish. I don't want to post the content here in a public forum because the matters are private in nature. Are there any good-natured Turkish speakers who can please help me with translating our emails to each other? Please? I know I can pay a professional but they are going to run up a hefty tab and I'm trying to be a little careful with money so that I can fight for my wife longer. Please help me if you can and I will make LOTS of dua for you. Thank you, -Umar.
  5. I would like to get your opinion on opening a bar in Turkey, I have an potential business partner who is Turkish and speaks a fair amount of English. My self I only speak elementary English. As far as food service experiences I have been a bartender before and I have been a junior supervisor. Than you for your time
  6. This is the incredible moment a 13-year-old boy trapped under rubble from the Turkish earthquake - for a staggering 100 hours - was miraculously pulled out alive. This morning's dramatic rescue in the town of Ercis lifted the spirits of workers who have been searching for survivors since the powerful 7.2 magnitude quake hit eastern Turkey on Sunday. . The boy, named as Serhat Tokay, was put in a neck brace and taken on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance. Read more: http://www.dailymail...l#ixzz1c4BI5HbC Last week, a major earthquake of magnitude 7.3 hit Turkey. In eastern regions of Trukey, no building stood unscathed. The entire city was in ruin, and tall buildings disappeared without trace. Number of dead and missing has been increasing without end, and it is rumored that the number will exceed 1,000. Turkey is a nation that bled with South Korea when Turkey sent 15,000 combat troops to Korea during the Kroean War. South Korean government and civilian organizations have been sending relief supplies to Turkey, but moref attention and help are desperately needed. We hope for no more earthquake damage and for quick restoration of the nation....
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