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anyone who knows about foreigners(Asian side)how to apply schengen visa in turkey without holding SGK and working documents ?   i want visit a friend in Slovenia in dec, got redidence permit here ,and work as self-employee , and my friend could sponsor me for this jorney,,,,,, and invitation /his banking account statements /payrolls/   is that enough for me to apply schengen visa in here ?

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I don't know the answer, but I would assume Slovenia has its own procedures to get a visa for the country, they might even have a website where you can apply for one (as Turkey does). You could ask your friend to do a little research and find out for you.

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That would be a question specifically about Slovenia, rather than Turkey, so you may not be able to get an answer here.

Some countries have a reciprocal health care agreement with Turkey. That is, their citizens, while in Turkey, have health care services provided by the government. And Turkish citizens (or I assume those residents covered by Turkey's national health insurance plan, called "SGK" insurance) get government health care services in the country they are visiting, again, if they have a reciprocal agreement. There is an article about it here:

But for that article I just researched what foreign citizens from such countries have to do if coming to Turkey. And at the time Slovenia wasn't one of those countries, maybe that has changed. Is it a document related to a bilateral health care agreement they want?

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Slovenia probably has a government website about visas and what is required. I say "government" because that is going to have the most accurate information. Have you done a search in Google for "slovenia visa?" Or asked your friend where you can learn about the requirements?

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Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu, or SGK, is Turkey's social security administration. They have a national medical plan called Genel Sağlık Sigortası (General Health Insurance) which covers it citizens and foreigners who choose to join it and pay in to it.

You have to have lived in Turkey with a residence permit for one year to apply for it.

Citizens of some countries can be covered by SGK insurance for free, if their country has a bilateral agreement to provide healthcare for each other's citizens when they are in the other country.

Thanks for pointing that out. Sometimes I forget to make it clear what I am talking about when it comes to Turkish terms. I have also corrected my earlier reply. :)

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I know the answer

You should go to the asvisa solutions center for slovenia visa (portugal norway slovenia hangary)

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