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  1. I met today with Erdoğan Akyüz, a representative of Ankara Sigorta (insurance). I asked him about how we could obtain health insurance coverage for two years, if we are applying for a two-year short-term residence permit. He said Ankara Sigorta now offers a two-year health insurance coverage package. This involves two separate one-year health insurance policies--the first for year one, the second for year two. The day after the first policy expires, the second one becomes active, providing continuous coverage for two years. Both insurance policies would be bought at the same time. We would then submit both policies with our application. Erdoğan also said that, as far as he knew, Ankara Sigorta was the only insurance company doing this (so far). I also asked if there were some way we could better synchronize our health insurance coverage with the validity period of our residence permits, for example, buying a policy in advance. He said that, at Ankara Sigorta, we can buy health insurance policies up to sixty days in advance--that is, buy a policy with a start date up to 60 days later. Erdoğan Bey has a contact form here at Turkey Central, which you can use to get a free quote, or buy health insurance. Just fill in your details and submit the form, and he'll get back to you with a quote. He can also draw up and send you a policy without going to an insurance office to make the application. You can find the contact form here. Health Insurance Contact Form I also have a collection of articles about health insurance for residence permits. Please have a look, at least to see what information is available there. I don't publish another article every time some new thing comes along. Instead, I keep these articles constantly updated. Health Insurance for Your Residence Permit
  2. Hi guys! I have an issue some of you might help with. I applied for an extension of my short-term residence permit months ago. When I logged into e-ikamet portal to check my application status, I received the information: Kayıt durumunuz : It has been concluded. It is required to apply to Provincial Directorate of Migration Management I called 157 immediately, and they were not very helpful. Do any of you know what this may mean? My application was “Under Assesment” till today afternoon (I have been checking multiple times a day). I didn’t receive any text message or e-mail from the Göç idaresi yet. Do any of you have a similar experience? Any tips, apart from actually going to my Migration office first thing Monday morning? Thanks a lot in advance
  3. I am looking forward to apply for Turkish residency, I have been to Istanbul before and wanted to apply for residency from there but I have read it takes a lot of time to get an interview slot in Istanbul, so I was looking for other options. Also can anyone help me out with the requirements for getting the citizenship? Every web tells a different requirement. Thank you
  4. KarenMDoguer

    Short term RP

    I have a question burning in my mind that I would love to have answered. I have been living in Turkey since 2010. I came to Turkey married, became separated in 2012 and divorced through the Turkish Family Courts in 2015. I was granted custody of our children , both hold US and Turkish citizenship, with their father having the minimal visitation required by Turkish law. My ex husband has made a right mess of his finances over the years. He does not pay the support outlined in our divorce decree. He also can no longer show the amount of money required for me to meet the financial requirement when applying for an RP. I do not have the financial means to meet the obligation myself either. When I need to renew I am putting money in the bank, getting a statement, and then giving the money back to whomever it came from. I do this because I must be with my children. My question is: I am committing a crime every time I have needed to renew my resident permit over the past couple of years. I would like to know what would happen if I were to refuse to do so any longer? Specifically- since I am the custodial parent would I be able to leave WITH my children? Or would they just kick me out without them? Their father has been a "father of convenience" since we separated. If it was convenient for him to spend time with them, he did, if it wasn't he didn't. My children would be devastated if I were separated from them. They are quite young- 6 and 8. They are not particularly bonded to their father because of how little time he spent with them over the years. I would appreciate any and all responses. I am very tired and fed up with our situation. I find it incredibly stressful to even just apply for an RP because I am always scared that won't be able to find money or something will go wrong and I will have to leave. My ex husband not being able to financially support us is also a huge stress, it affects my parenting, my psyche everything. I am tired and just want to take my children back to the US. I am not interested in getting Turkish citizenship in the least. I just can not understand how I can be required to stay in a country I don't want to live in; that I can not support myself or my children in and neither can the father. I mean he literally has no money at all often. He has to support his mother- because he bankrupted her, he has remarried with another child on the way in addition to a step daughter, and then there is myself and our two children. I can not get blood from a stone, our situation is not going to change. I have gone along for long enough and he keeps digging himself a bigger hole and dragging everyone into it.
  5. Well it finally happened - one of us (my wife) has lost her Ikamet card. She had it in her hand going through customs leaving Ataturk Airport on July 17th. Two weeks into a two and a half week stay in the UK we realized it was missing. As we were not carrying it around over there we are sure it must have been lost at Heathrow or Ataturk Airports. So we contacted Heathrow lost property, (returned to Istanbul on 3rd August) Turkish Airlines lost property, the Airport lost property and finally the Police at Ataturk (where important documents that are lost are supposed to end up). All to no avail. So today we obtained a Lost Property Report from the Police station in Uskudar - the first question the Turks always ask is "Where did you lose it?" Well if we knew where we lost it we probably wouldn't have lost it in the first place. The added complication is that 3 days after coming back we moved house. If we go to the Kadikoy Goc Idaresi and request a replacement without telling them we've moved they are going to send it our old address which will be a potential disaster in terms of finding where it ends up. If at the same time we say, by the way we've moved can you change our address I guess they will want to see another notarised contract (can anyone confirm?). We can't register at the Nufus Mudurlugu without the new Ikamet (I can but not my wife). At least we can do utilities with my Ikamet. If anyone has any experience in lost Ikamets please share - e.g. apart from the Lost Property Form is there anything else needed? What fees do they charge? Graham Nelson
  6. Herkese merhaba: I am living in Istanbul and applied on 9th January, but I still didnt receive it my residence permit card by mailpost. I now about the up-to-90 days "rule" but I am starting to feell I bit concerned.. is there anyway I could know the status of my delivery?? it would be any help if I ask in my PTT ofice?? what do you think?? Thanks in advance!!!
  7. Here is the Adana Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM). On that page you will find contact information, a map, and a link to their website.
  8. Ken, I'm returning to Turkey after being gone for three years and I have heard so much conflicting info about criminal background requirement I don't know which way to jump. If I have lived in Turkey in the last 5 years can I get the check from Turkish authorities or do I need to get it from the U.S. ?
  9. Hello, I am planning to purchase property in Turkey ( Istanbul ) and I have some concerns. 1- Will buying a house guarantee me obtaining a 1 year residence visa in Turkey and if so will it be renewable as long as I have the property ? is there a chance I may fail to obtain this residence permit ? ( all given that I have no criminal records and am in good health ). 2- What benefits do I again ( aside from the financial aspect ) of owning a flat in Turkey ? 3- Do I need my foreign ID to buy a flat ? 4- What part of Istanbul is best for running errands and working. 5- Could renewing the visa lead to citizenship in Turkey and how long it may take ? Thanks,
  10. Hey all... Ken asked that I repost this topic. I've attached a .zip archive file that you can download, and find some useful documents for the Ikamet process. It contains a spreadsheet (also in PDF format), which details all of the required documents, expenses, my comments, etc... It also has blank copies of all the forms. Anyway, here is my original post on the issue: We just moved to Antalya, and my family went applied for the Ikamet on Friday. Everything went great! After a week of hard work getting everything prepared, and some fervent prayer, we showed up at the Antalya Emniyet Müdürlüğü Uncalı (police station) at 07:30, and were first in line before about 50-60 others. As soon as they opened up we took our number and then were called to the Ikamet security window, where we handed over all of the paperwork. As a point of note, you will conduct all of your Ikamet business (except payment) at an outdoor covered pavillion at the Emniyet, so dress warmly if you go in the am. Anyway, we went armed to the teeth with every original notarized document you can imagine, organized by category inside an inexpensive little portable file. In addition, I made separate application packages for each of us. Each package consisted of COPIES of original docs, and all packages were identical except for the application forms (i.e. - each packet contained copies of everyone else's documents... maybe overkill, but then, I had some pretty good results and it only cost me a few more pennies in copies). Much to our surprise they didn't ask for a single piece of original evidence to support the application other than the insurance forms. The official wanted the original color-printed health insurance policy forms. Fortunately a friend of mine tipped me off to this, and so before going to the Emniyet I had the insurance guy give me two sets so that I had one to keep, and the other to give. Anyway, there was no scrutiny, no interview, not even a single question. The officer simply reviewed the four applications, handed us the approval forms and directed us to go pay the fee. The only hiccup was that I forgot to get my kid's tax number, which the cashier required before we could pay. So, enroute to the pay window, we took a short 30 minute detour to pickup the girls' tax numbers, but then we went straight back and paid the fee and were done. (As an aside, beginning from last week, you pay all Ikamet (Ikamet and booklet) fees at the Emniyet... so no more running all over the city to pay fees.) So, all in all, the whole process took less than two hours! When we were done we still had enough time to walk to a nearby patisserie for some yummy pastries and çay. One final note. Unless you are older than 65, they require you to have private turkish health insurance. They police actually called my friends $10,000 USD worldwide platinum policy "Trash"! I know the law says you can have international policies, but in this case, local precedence rules. So, save yourself the heartache, don't fight the system, and go and pay the money to get the insurance. It is cheap (~$250/adult/year), and is actually OK insurance for basic stuff. Cheers! Ikamet_Docs.zip
  11. The Didim Göç İdaresi Genel Mudürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) office is located in the Kaymakamlık (Governor's office building) on the second floor. Applications for long-term residence permits are handled at the Aydın DGMM. Open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Didim DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Didim DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum İzmir Valiliği
  12. The Kuşadası Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) is in the Kaymakamlık (governor's building) on the first floor. The Kuşadası DGMM only takes first-time residence permit applications. For extensions, mail your extension package via registered mail to the Aydın DGMM office. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Kuşadası DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Aydın DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get them, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum İzmir Valiliği
  13. The Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Managment, or DGMM) office is located just north of the Balıkesir Devlet Hastanesi (State Hospital). Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Balıkesir DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Balıkesir DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum İzmir Valiliği
  14. The Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) office is where you apply for your residence permit. It is open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. It is located in belediye (municipality building). Residence Permit Applications are Now Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Çanakkale DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Çanakkale DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum
  15. Directorate General of Migration Management (DGMM) The Antalya DGMM (in Turkish, Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü) is in the compound of the Antalya Valilik (Governorship), on the southeast corner of the intersection where the main coastal road (D-400) changes direction to the east, and changes roads from northbound Dumlupınar Bulvarı to eastbound Gazi Bulvarı. Directions Using the D-650 Highway (Dumlupınar Bulvarı) Coming from the North Take Highway D-650 into Antalya and follow the signs to D-400 eastbound. When you see the Erasta shopping center coming up on your left, get into the right lane. Take the exit for D-400 going towards the havalimanı (airport). After you loop around and get on to D-400, get in the right lane. Take the first right turn, which is 345 Sokak. Then make an immediate right turn again onto the service road. This will take you to the Antalya Valilik. Using the D-400 highway, coming from the south (from the coastal road D-400). Take Highway D-400 into Antalya and follow the signs to Alanya and Havalimanı (airport). When you see the Akdeniz Üniversiti Hastanesi (hospital) coming up on your left, make sure you are in the right lane. Follow D-400 as it transitions from northbound to eastbound onto Gazi Bulvarı. You'll see the Antalya Valilik building on your right. Stay in the right lane and take the first right onto 345 Sokak. Make another immediate right onto the service road. This will take you to the Antalya Valilik. Using the D-400 from Antalya City Center Take D-400 (Gazi Bulvarı) westbound. You'll pass the Callı intersection, which is a huge roundabout (traffic circle) with a statue of Ataturk on a horse in the center. Next you'll see the T.C. Karayolları 13. Bölge Müdürlüğü (highway department) on your right. and the Valilik on your left. Get into the right lane. Take the exit ramp to continue on D-400, following the signs to Kemer and Kumluca. Then as soon as you get off of the ramp, take the next exit ramp which will send you back onto D-400 in the opposite direction from which you came. Take the first right onto 345 Sokak. Make another immediate right onto the service road. This will take you to the Antalya Valilik. Using the Antray (Tram) from Antalya City Center Take the Antray to the Callı Metro Station. It's under the big Callı intersection with the statue of Ataturk on a horse. From the Calli station take a taxi, or walk westward (towards the mountains) along the service road for Gazi Bulvarı for 1.4 kilometers to the Antalya Valilik. Inside the Compound There is ample parking for vehicles inside the compound, inside and to the left of the vehicle entrance. You'll walk through security before entering the main area of the compound. In front of you will be a signpost with several directional arrows. Find the one which says "Göç Idaresi Genel Müdürlüğü." It points you to the foreigners' bureau building, which is at roughly the ten o'clock position as you walk in. Taxi Call Box There is a taxi call box (just press the button) at the pedestrian gate entrance. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Antalya DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Antalya DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum Sağlık Bakanlığı Merkez 4. Nolu Nursel Özkan Aile Sağlığı Merkezi
  16. The Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) office is where you apply for your residence permit, if you live in Marmaris, Dalyan, or other cities in Muğla Province, except for Bodrum, which has its own DGMM office. This DGMM office also services Datça, Marmaris, Ula, Köyceğiz, Ortaca, Dalaman, Yatağan, Kavaklıdere, and Menteşe. Driving Directions Take Highway D-330 to Muğla, exiting at Ugür Mumcu Bulvari. Drive 3.5 kilometers. Turn right on Zihni Derin Caddesi. Turn right on Papatya Sokak. The DGMM will be on the left. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Muğla DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Muğla DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum
  17. The Aydın Göç İdaresi Genel Mudürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Managment, or DGMM) office in Aydın is where you will need to go to get your residence permit if you live in Aydın Province. Except for Kuşadası and Didim, which have their own branch offices. Driving Directions Approaching Aydin, get on to highway D-550 if you're not on it already. Exit on to Hurriyet Bulvarı. This will take you to the front of the Aydin Foreigners' Bureau. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Aydın DGMM> office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Aydın DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum Sağlık Bakanlığı Merkez 4. Nolu Nursel Özkan Aile Sağlığı Merkezi
  18. The Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) office is where you apply for your residence permit. It is next to a Noter (Notary Public) which has signs posted to make it easy to find it. So look for red signs (with white letters) which point you to the "5. Noter." It is open from 7:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM. Residence Permit Applications are Now Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Izmir DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Izmir DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum A Guide to the Photos Photo 1: Look for signs to the 5. Noter (5th Notary Public), and follow them. The 5. Noter is next door to the Directorate General for Migration Management office. There is also an erotic shop on the corner you need to find. If you find that, you're almost there. Photo 2: The alley you need to walk down. Note the red sign for the 5. Noter telling you to turn right. Follow that arrow. Photo 3: This is the street you need. The office of the Directorate General for Migration Management (DGMM) is on the left. Photo 4: A closer view of the office of the DGMM. Note that the 5. Noter is next door. If you need anything notarized, it's right there. Photo 5: The office of the Directorate General for Migration Management (DGMM).
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  20. The Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) office is where you apply for your residence permit, if you live in Fethiye or its environs. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Fethiye DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum
  21. The Bodrum Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) is where you need to go to apply for your residence permit if you live in Bodrum, Milas, or other towns in the environs of Bodrum. It is located in the Kaymakamlık (Governor's Building). For long-term residence permit applications, you must go to the Mugla DGMM. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Bodrum DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum
  22. The Kemer Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM), is where you need to go to apply for a residence permit if you live in Kemer, Finike, Camuva, or other locations in the environs of Kemer. It is located in the belediye (municipality building). It is open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Kemer DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Kemer DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum
  23. The Manavgat Göç İdaresi Genel Mudürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) office is located in the Emniyet Müdürlüğü (security directorate, or main police station). You must go here to apply for your residence permit if you live in Manavgat, Side, Akseki, Gündoğmuş, İbradı, or anywhere else in the environs of Manavgat. Open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Manavgat DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Manavgat DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum
  24. The Alanya Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM) is in the same building as the Nüfus ve Vatandaşlık İşleri Genel Müdürlüğü (Population and Citizenship Directorate, or nufus. If a local doesn't understand what you're looking for, just say "nüfus" (noo-foos) and they'll point you in the right direction. The DGMM is where you need to go to apply for a residence permit if you live in Alanya or its environs. Open from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Residence Permit Applications are Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Alanya DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Alanya DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. Foreigner Communication Center Turkey has a free national helpline for foreigners who have questions or issues about residence permits. From any telephone within Turkey, call 157. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum İzmir Valiliği
  25. The Istanbul DGMM, also called the foreigners' bureau, is where you apply for your residence permit. It is located within the Emniyet Müdürlüğü, or Security Directorate, next to the Emniyet-Fatih metro stop. It is open from 7:00 AM to 12:00 Noon, and from 1:00 PM to 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Residence Permit Applications are Now Handled Online You must submit an application for your Turkey residence permit online. If it is the first time you are applying, you will have to go in person to the Istanbul DGMM office to take the required documents to them. Their online system will generate an appointment date and time for you. If you are renewing your residence permit, you can submit your renewal form online, then mail the accompanying documents to the Istanbul DGMM. The website for submitting your residence permit application is here: Residence Permit Application Website Click the English option at the upper right, then click the "Residence" button at the bottom of the page. More Information About Residence Permits in Turkey Here is a collection of articles about the different types of residence permits you can get in Turkey, with instructions on how to get one, and the documentation you will need. Turkey Residence Permits Residence Permit Community Forum If you still have any questions, visit our Turkey Residence Permit forums. Browse the forums first to see if your questions have already been answered. If not, you can open a topic. We have many foreign residents of Turkey who have been through the process already, and who can help you through the process. Residence Permit Support Forum İzmir Valiliği