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  1. This is a tutorial published by the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM). It shows how to use the residence permit application website at https://e-ikamet.goc.gov.tr/ to extend a student residence permit in Turkey. This video is the first in a series of step-by-step videos explaining the whole process, so watch this first video to the end and the next one will start automatically.
  2. This is a tutorial published by the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM). It shows how to use the residence permit application website at https://e-ikamet.goc.gov.tr/ to apply for a student residence permit to live as a student Turkey. This video is the first in a short series of step-by-step videos explaining the whole process, so watch this first video to the end and the next one will start automatically.
  3. After you are accepted by a Turkish university, you'll apply for and receive a student visa to enter Turkey. After you arrive in Turkey, you'll apply online for your student residence permit. At the end of the online application, you'll select a date and time for an appointment at the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM), where an immigration specialist will go over your application and paperwork to make sure everything is in order. Once it's accepted, they'll send the package to their main headquarters in Ankara, where your student residence permit will be printed. Then they'll mail your student residence permit to you by registered mail. Coordinate With Your Student Affairs Office Your student affairs office will give you a briefing about how to go about applying for your student residence permit, and make sure you have what you need before you make an online application. Required Documents Please see our article detailing the commonly required documents for a student residence permit in Turkey. Make sure you have your photos and your insurance policy (or your document from the SGK if your country has a bilateral agreement with Turkey for healthcare coverage) before you start the online application. You will need to scan and upload one photo of yourself. That photo must be the same as the ones you take to your appointment. Also, you will need to enter the information from your healthcare insurance or SGK document (such as the policy number and start and end dates). At your appointment, if any of the documents are missing or inadequate, the immigration specialist will tell you, and give you time to go get the documents and return with them. What Student Residence Permits May Be Issued For Associate, undergraduate, graduate, or postgraduate study Primary and secondary education, as long as care and expenses of the student are provided by a natural or legal person. Student residence permits are not required for open education programs or courses, such as Turkish language courses. They are also not issued if you are attending a university as a guest student or as part of a research program. For these, you can use an e-visa or a short-term residence permit. Working as a Student A student residence permit does not automatically give you permission to work. If you want to work, you must apply for a work permit. Reporting Changes in Your Location If you transfer to a different department of a university, or move to another university, you must inform the DGMM of the transfer within 10 business days. If you move to a university in another city or province, you must inform the DGMM within ten business days. They will issue you another residence permit card for the new province. This only involves issuing you a new residence permit card, that is, you don't have to go through the whole application process again. The DGMM office you need to inform is the one in the province you have been transferred to. Renewal Student residence permits may be renewed annually, or until the end of the period of study. Turkey's Foreigner Communications Center The DGMM has a number you can call to speak to an immigration specialist. 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. Need to buy the required health insurance coverage for your residence permit? You can buy it online, or just get a free quote, by using our Expat Health Insurance Inquiry Form. See Also Turkey Residence Permit Forum: If you need more information, post your questions in our Residence Permits forum. Student Visas External Links Study in Turkey: From the Turkish government, a good source of information for anyone who wants to come to Turkey for education.
  4. Once you enter Turkey using your student visa, you will apply for your student residence permit. Residence permits are issued by the Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM), which has offices in the capital cities of each province. Commonly Required Documents Residence permit application form (must be signed by you and/or your legal guardian or representative, if applicable) Passport, and a copy of your passport, including pages with photo and identification information and the page showing you entry stamp * Four photos which meet official requirements Declaration that you have, or will be provided with enough money to live in Turkey for the duration of your studies Proof that you have a place to live Valid health insurance, meeting the minimum requirements, which may consist of an e-signed, or signed and stamped/sealed document from the Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu (Social Security Institution, or SGK), stating that Turkey's national insurance plan will cover your healthcare needs (only if your country has a bilateral agreement with Turkey for the provision of healthcare), or Turkish private health insurance private health insurance from your home country which meets the Turkish government's minimum coverage requirements ** A student certificate, obtained from your school. * For passports which are not issued in Latin letters, you must also have it translated by a Turkish sworn translator. ** You'll be covered by Turkey's national health insurance plan for 90 days from the date of admission, so during that time, you will need to arrange to have health insurance coverage when that 90-day period expires, and report the policy information to the DGMM. Online Application and Appointment You'll first apply for your residence permit online. As you are completing the online application, you'll select a convenient time and date for an appointment at the local Göç İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (Directorate General of Migration Management, or DGMM). Then later, at the appointment, an immigration specialist will go over your application package to make sure everything is there. Note: Have your photos and your insurance policy (or your document from the SGK if your country has a bilateral agreement with Turkey for healthcare coverage) before you start the online application. You will need to scan and upload one photo of yourself. That photo must be the same as the ones you take to your appointment. Also, you will need to enter the information from your healthcare insurance or SGK document (such as the policy number and start and end dates). If any of the documents are missing or inadequate, the immigration specialist will tell you, and give you time to go get the documents and return with them. Turkey's Foreigner Communications Center The DGMM has a number you can call to speak to an immigration specialist. 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. Need to buy the required health insurance coverage for your residence permit? You can buy it online, or just get a free quote, by using our Expat Health Insurance Inquiry Form. See Also Residence Permit Forum
  5. Friends, I have a question regarding Turkish citizenship. If someone who is living in Turkey on student residence permit for more than 5 years. Can he/she apply for Turkish citizenship or not?
  6. Dear new and future students, I know that many people might ask about getting rp card. I state the procedure below. Please note that the financial proof document is not needed for the students unlike tourists. (Number 5) 1-) Residence Permit Application Residence Permit is an official document stating registration with the Provincial Migration Administration Management (İl Göç İdaresi). All international students, regardless of status, are required to apply for a residence permit as soon as they arrive in Turkey. Please check your visa requirements and duration of stay allowance in Turkey in the link. Please note that you cannot leave Turkey without obtaining your residence permit card. If you do so, you will receive a penalty depending on your case. Turkish citizens/blue card holders do not need to get a residence permit. Provincial Migration Administration Management is the authorized unit for the residence permit process and you can apply online for an appointment via https://e-ikamet.goc.gov.tr A- Steps you should follow up for residence permit first application a-) You should make your online residence permit application in this link: https://e-ikamet.goc.gov.tr b-) You should select "first application" and “student residence permit” buttons and fill in the form. c-) After you complete the form, you will select a new appointment date for your residence permit application. d-) After filling the form and selecting the appointment date, you need to get a print of your application form and prepare necessary documents listed as below. *The address of Provincial Migration Administration Management is HIRKA-İ ŞERİF MAHALLESİ VATAN CADDESİ NO:64/ 34091 FATİH / İSTANBUL (It is next to Vatan Police Station) B- Necessary documents for residence permit first application 1-) Residence Permit Application Form (Signed) 2-) Copy of passport (identity information and photo page, stamp page and visa page) If you have entered Turkey with e-visa, you have to submit copy of your e-visa. 3-) Old residence permit copy (if you have an old residence permit) 4-) Four (4) photos 5-) Proof of financial status document for those who have entry/exit penalty previously. (This is not required for students who do not have any penalty while entering and exiting Turkey) 6-) If there is not a distinction between your name and surname, your name and surname will be written adjacent on your residence permit card. If you want your name and surname to be written separately, then you should submit name equivalency certificate which should be taken from your Consulate in Turkey. 7-) If you are under 18 years old, you should submit a document ( muvafakatname ) written by your parents allowing you to study and live in Turkey. It should have an Apostille and must be officially translated into Turkish. You should get a true copy of it by notary. If you come from a country that does not have an Apostille agreement, then you should also get the approval from your consulate in İstanbul and the district governorship in Turkey after getting it translated and approved by notary. 8-) If you are under 18 years old, you should submit your birth certificate. It should have an Apostille and must be officially translated into Turkish. You should get a true copy of it by notary. If you come from a country that does not have an Apostille agreement, then you should also get the approval from the district governorship in Turkey after getting it translated and approved by notary. 9-) If you are under 18 years old, you should submit the proof of stay in Turkey (dorm document, rental agreement, etc.) 10-) Student Certificate (to be obtained from the Student Resources) 11-) Criminal report "sabıka kaydı" (if required, you don’t need to submit it for first application.Immigration Officers will inform us if they need this document) For example in Istanbul: You can get the criminal record from Anadolu Adalet Sarayı in Kartal. You should go to the office of criminal record with your passport. It is in C Block, -2nd floor. You can see the address below; Esentepe Mah. E-5 Yan yol Cad. No:39 Kartal / İstanbul OR You can also get the criminal record from İstanbul Adalet Sarayı, you can see address below; Çağlayan Meydanı Şişli Merkez Mah. Abide-i Hürriyet Cad. No: 223 Şişli / İstanbul 12-) You should pay 72 TL which is the residence permit card fee and submit the payment receipt and keep the receipt copy for yourself. You can pay it on online during your application (if you have any bank account in Turkey. 13-) Residence Permit Declaration Forms (there are two documents which you have to fill in and submit during your application to the Immigration Office Staff) You can request these documents from the International Relations Office. Important Notes: - All international students, regardless of status, have to apply for a residence permit as soon as they arrive in Turkey. Please check your visa requirements and duration of stay allowance in Turkey here in the link. If not, you have to make a new entry to Turkey and then apply again for the residence permit. - You should enter a valid Turkish phone number on your application form otherwise the immigration officers can not inform you for a missing document and cancel your first application. - While filling the residence permit online application form, you can request the residence permit period up to maximum 2 months before your passport expiry date. - You don't have to submit your health insurance certificate on your first residence permit application. You should just select "SSI General Health Insurance" in the online application form.
  7. Dear Ken (or any other friends here) I am a student and married. Should I get residence permit for my wife or she should stay there under my residence permit (rp) card? I know that she should have an insurance. But, what about a rp card? Should I pay the same amount for her to get a card or she just can stay under tourist resident permit?(The one that given for 3 months and then extended for a year I think) I heard about "Refakatci" what is that? Thanks
  8. I do not want to make the forum busy with a lot of topics. So, I asked here. Even though, it is somewhat related. Assuming this : Someone wants to go to the university in Turkey and he should apply. Also, he wants to come, for instance,5 months before the term begins. If he stays there more than 3 months till apply to the university and then for example after 2 months (all in all 5 months) go to the university the goc fine him because of that 2 months without any excuse? So, it is better for that person to get tourist visa while getting Turkey and then change to the student ikamet, right? Is it possible to change the visa status? (As far as Ken said, it is easy and no problem) I have another question about the legal and illegal work. Is all of the jobs without insurance considered illegal? I mean if someone (like the person I told above) wants to work for 5 months legally, he should find a employee? Which kind of works are legal? Thanks all
  9. Hello I am an Architect from Pakistan. I want to join a short term course to learn wood work( furniture making) in Turkey which lasts max of 3 months time. I cant find any academies in turkey which provide short courses in Interior Design, Furniture Making or any technical education, as in other countries. Other than this i will be visiting Turkey for the first time in 2017. I want to spent the whole month for which my visa would be applicable. Hotel stay is not affordable for 30 days so i searched the internet for renting a flat or apartment. I found many sites and accommodation options as well but i am not sure whether they are safe or not? How do i find a safer option? Additionally i would like to ask that is it possible to find jobs on a visit visa? as i am aware that employment in Turkey is quite difficult as they prefer Turkish skilled citizens first, but i want to try because there are almost no job opportunities on internet for International candidates. Are there any organizations or firms/agents in Turkey who could search for job or provide any arrangements in helping getting a job? Thankyou Looking forward
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