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  1. I think we are entitled to the pension, but it is quite difficult to make enough payments.
  2. Hello, I graduated my master from a Turkish university in Istanbul. Does anybody have any idea how can I find a job? I know English and also Turkish well. Also, could anyone with just English find a job in Turkey? I asked this for my wife actually she does not know too much Turkish. Any guide would be appreciated
  3. I'm planning on moving to Turkey sometime next year pending approval by my employer. I'm wondering what the process in terms of tax and visa is for those working remotely for a European company? I am currently living and paying taxes in Germany.
  4. Hi everyone, Khalid Kamran here from Pakistan. I want to move to turkey for work, i have military background as well as worked in social sector since 2013 in my country. Please suggest anything for me as i don't know much about this. How can i get job, or sponsor from turkey, i am 31 years old and also single.
  5. I'mplaning to move turkey but need a little knowledge on job policies in turkey. Isn't there any jobs for foreign doctors, especially dentists? I'm from Pakistan. Can anyone help me on this?
  6. Hello there I created this topic because I didn't find the exact topic to post this. I'm a Turkish and at the same time I have a second passport . I raised and born in my second country and I took my bachelor in computer science also there. I'm looking to work at Aselsan but I wondering if they will hire someone who graduated from a university outside of turkey . Please can someone tell me if possible to get the job even if I have the conditions above
  7. Hi There, I'm trying to get some confirmed information as it appears to be a very grey area and no one have been able to advise as to whether it is legal or illegal. I work for a UK Garden company based in Cornwall my job is via the internet (freelance) doing the administration and accounts. All the customers, services and revenue is in the UK and I pay national insurance and tax in UK. I am looking to settle in Turkey and because my job is internet based I can work from anywhere, the question I have is with all the above in mind would i need to get a work permit to continue this same job
  8. To work in Turkey, you must first have a job offer. Then your employer must apply for a work permit for you, as you make a simultaneous application as the person to be hired. You cannot work in Turkey without a work permit. There is a continuing requirement for qualified, native-speaking English teachers country-wide. Besides that, many multi-national corporations have positions in management, marketing, sales, translation, and various other professional and technical positions which require a foreign worker, or which are difficult to fill with a Turkish citizen. Some hotels and travel-re
  9. Application and Required Documents You can apply for a work permit if you have been living in Turkey, with a residence permit, for at least six months. You must have a job offer or contract from an employer first. Both you and your employer must apply to the Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanlığı (Ministry of Labor and Social Security) for most work permits. To work with a university, you must both apply to the Yüksek Öğretim Kurulu (Council of Higher Education, or YÖK). Both of the applications must be made within six business days of each other. As the employee, you will generally nee
  10. If you have a long-term residence permit (which requires a minimum of eight years of uninterrupted residence in Turkey), or if you have worked in Turkey for at least five years, without interruption, you may apply for an unlimited work permit. The unlimited work permit never expires, and you can change employers without having to apply for a new work permit. You will enjoy the same rights as a holder of a long-term residence permit. My Take on This: While the law says you can get an unlimited work permit after living in Turkey for eight years without having a long-term residence permit (w
  11. Susie151

    Moving to Izmir

    Hello All! I'm a 25 years and would like to move to live and work in Izmir on my own. How do you think would it be hard to find a job remotely while I'm in my home country? I have applied for several positions through kariyer.net, but got no luck yet :( Thank you in advance! Susie
  12. The limited-time work permit is the type of permit most foreigners get. After receiving a job offer from a Turkish company while either inside Turkey or outside of Turkey. If inside Turkey, an application is made directly to the Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanlığı (Ministry of Labor and Social Security, or CSGB), by both the employer and the job applicant. If outside of Turkey, the employer makes the same application to the CSGB, while the job applicant applies for a work visa at a local Turkish embassy or consulate, so they can come to Turkey for the job. It is called a limited-time wor
  13. Independent work permits are also called "entrepreneurial work permits." If you have been living in Turkey for at least five years without interruption, and want to start a Turkish company, you can get a work permit as an entrepreneur. This involves making an application to the Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanlığı (Ministry of Labor and Social Security). If they are convinced that your company can provide jobs or help the economy, they will grant a "Certificate of Application for Independent Work Permit." This is valid for six months, which gives you time to set up your company. Once the compa
  14. I am getting a work permit. Will I also need a residence permit? No. Your work permit will also serve as your residence permit. What fees are involved in getting a work permit? You have to pay a residence permit fee, and a work permit fee. These amounts depend on the type of work permit you are applying for, and your home country. A good employer will usually pay these fees for you. Are there situations where I would not need a work permit? Yes. If you are visiting Turkey to establish business connections, and while doing so you are not being paid by a Turkish company or
  15. To work in Turkey, you must have a work permit. Most work permits are issued by the Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanlığı (Ministry of Labor and Social Security). For workers in free zones, they are issued by the Ekonomi Bakanlığı (Ministry of the Economy). For workers in educational institutions, they are issued by the Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı (Ministry of National Education). Your work permit will be in the form of an identification card, which will also be your residence permit. Work permits in Turkey are governed by Law Number 4817, under Article 4. Types of Work Permits Th
  16. I have a question regarding the Turquoise card. Can a foreign student (who has completed his/her degree here in Turkey) apply for the Turquoise card?
  17. I'm a Indian want to travel to turkey for 1 month and want to work remotely from turkey, so is it legal or do I need other visa? yeah and no money transaction to any turkish banks or no business meeting or contacts with any turkish companies. I will work for Indian company remotely from turkey.
  18. I am from Algeria, and I have Turkish residency. I was working with a hotel last month they made for me work permit, i quit working there because they lied about do many Things and their system was really bad and because of that i got sick , and when i said i quit they didn't want to give my salary , and when i asked him to cancel my work permit because i want to work in another hotel he made me wait 2 weeks until he take my full salary , and then he said i canceled , but now the hotel i want to work with tried To apply for new one but they found that they still didn't cancel, what can i do
  19. Ronnie

    Moving To Adana

    Hi, I'm a new to this site and was wondering how I should go about finding employment in Adana. I was actually born in Adana but moved to the U.S. in 1966. I have decided to move back to my hometown but would like to work. I speak Turkish but it's not quite strong. I"m wondering if anyone can provide me with help regarding this. I have searched the internet but only came across teaching jobs and I don't have any training or certification. I did think about private tutoring. Any ideas would be appreciated!
  20. I wonder if anyone can advice me about foreigner, English speaking doctors and how easy or difficult for them to find a job in Turkey? I am a female gynecolgy doctor who is going to move with my British husband to Antalya in the near future. We already bought a house there and my husband has started to set up his business following the normal channels and regulations. He will have a work permit and a residence permit. My concern is how can I fit myself in the country as a doctor as it will be unrealistic to stay unemployed. I will appreciate if anyone can help me in this issue about work as a
  21. Hi im clinical pharmacist new in mersin.is it allow to work or training in pharmacy here. Thank you
  22. Hi! I am from America, I am currently living in Izmir and privately teaching English. I am looking for something better and bigger. I am finishing my TESOL course in a few days and I want to find a good English teaching job. I have looked online and Im not finding anything great. Can someone give me advice or pointers! Thank you
  23. I live and work in Norway, but for personal reasons I found myself into the decision to move live and work to Turkey, to Dalaman to be precise. Now, I read several things about that, but the main doubt is, how hard can that be? I have worked for like ten years in logistic and transport companies, my language skills are pretty extended (Italian, English, Norwegian, German, French, Spain), so I am wondering if is that hard to find works not in touristic contexts. I know it´s gonna be hard, but more than technical information right now I would better appreciate to know how the working/e
  24. Are 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, should he find an employer? Which kind of works are legal? I talk about a person who stays with a tourist allowance and want to work.
  25. Hallo everyone, I am married with a turkish woman and i have at the moment a short time permit. We are figuring out things at the moment and i looking at options. I could change my status to Family Residence Permit, but since my wife has no income can she proof insufficient income? Do i get a working permit same time? Thank you very much Timmy
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