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I applied my residence permit in Kocaeli, Izmit and I got my residence permit within 14-days (my appointment time also included in this duration). 

Now I want to go to Eskişehir, but my question is should I go to the immigration office in Eskişehir for getting changed my address or what other departments should be notified about the change in my address? 

or I need to go to the immigration office in Izmit from where I got my residence card?

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So it means that I am moving to another province and now I need to apply TRC again? All fee and charges will be paid again? Noter fee will be paid again? Rental contract will be notarised? What if they cancel my trc? That’s why I asked, had some confusions 

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Unfortunately, because you're moving to another province, you must do the entire application again and get a new residence permit card. That means entering your new address into the system, paying the fees, getting another notarized rental contract, and going to another appointment. Your new residence permit will be mailed to your new address and will say "Eskişehir" on it instead of Kocaeli as it does now.

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Good evening, I have recently received by residence permit which is registered on a yacht at a marina. Unfortunately I’ve had a misunderstanding with the Yacht owner and they have registered with immigration that I’m no longer a “guest” on the yacht.

Subsequently, we have resolved our misunderstanding and my location/residence has not changed  and remains as per my residence permit application and i am an official guest on the yacht 

How best can we retract from Immigration the “guest” contract commitment?

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Since the yacht owner sent the letter, or did whatever to say the yacht was no longer your address, the yacht owner would have to retract his letter or whatever else they sent to the immigration office, and affirm that you are living on the yacht.

If I were you, I'd also get a copy the second letter saying that you do indeed liver there, and keep it, just in case there is any confusion at the immigration office later.

If the owner went to a notary and had a taahhütname (legal declaration of responsibility for you) made, and canceled that, you should contact the notary involved. If it has been canceled, the yacht owner may need to create a new one.

It would also be a good idea to call the immigration office helpline at 157 and get their advice on this.

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Thank you for your advice. We will be visiting the immigration office on Friday. I’m still listed on the transit log and I have proof of funds beyond that of the minimum requirements and a turkish bank account. I’m not sure why the owner needs to provide security / guarantee for any debts or welfare etc 

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OK I see now. What he did was go to a notary and sign a taahhütname, which is a legal declaration that you are staying with him and that he'll be responsible for any debts if you leave without paying them. It's standard when a foreigner uses a friend's home as an address.

So what he probably did is go to the notary and rescind it. If it doesn't work on the day of your appointment, explain the situation. The immigration specialist will give you time to get the situation fixed.

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