Akkas Law Firm takes great pride in providing comprehensive and up-to-date information on the intricacies of Turkish immigration law & regulations. Our attorneys represent clients in Turkish Immigration Law, focusing on resident permits, work permits, appeals against rejections, and the range of immigration lawyer services available to assist you in navigating the legal complexities.
Turkish immigration lawyers are prepared to handle work and resident permit applications and other immigration services at Istanbul Goc Administration.
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- Turkish Immigration Law: An Overview
- Turkish Immigration Law Services
Our Turkish immigration lawyers also represent our clients in other immigration law issues including; extending resident and work permits, applying for Turkish citizenship, and filing a lawsuit to cancel any objections.
Turkish Immigration Law: An Overview
Turkey’s immigration system is governed by a set of laws, regulations, and policies designed to manage the entry and stay of foreigners in the country. The main legislation that governs immigration matters is the “Law on Foreigners and International Protection” (Law No. 6458), which was enacted in 2013.
Turkish Citizenship through Bank Deposit and Property Purchase
Turkey offers an enticing option for foreign investors seeking citizenship through the Turkish Citizenship with Investment Program. By making a bank deposit of at least 500,000 USD in a Turkish bank or purchasing real estate worth a minimum of 400,000 USD, investors can qualify for Turkish citizenship. Our expert legal team can guide you through this process, ensuring all legal requirements are met for a seamless and successful citizenship application.
Obtaining a residence permit is essential for foreigners who wish to live in Turkey legally. The process involves various types of residence permits, such as short-term, family, long-term, and student permits, each with specific requirements. Our expert immigration lawyers can guide you through the application process, ensuring you have all the necessary documents and fulfill the conditions to obtain your desired residence permit.
Work Permits Application and Renewals
Foreign nationals intending to work in Turkey are required to obtain a work permit before engaging in any employment. The process involves an application to the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, and the approval depends on several factors, including the demand for foreign labor in certain sectors and the applicant’s qualifications.
For existing work permit holders, timely renewal is crucial to avoid legal complications. Our dedicated team can assist you with both initial work permit applications and seamless renewals, ensuring compliance with all relevant regulations.
Filing an Appeal Against a Rejection
In some cases, individuals may face rejection of their residence or work permit applications. When this occurs, it is essential to take appropriate action promptly. Our experienced immigration lawyers can analyze the reasons for the rejection, determine the best course of action, and represent you in filing an appeal before the competent authorities.
Immigration Lawyer Services
Navigating the intricate landscape of Turkish Immigration Law can be daunting, especially for individuals unfamiliar with the legal intricacies. At Akkas Law Firm, we offer a wide range of immigration lawyer services tailored to meet your specific needs.
Our team of experienced immigration attorneys is well-versed in the latest regulations and can provide expert guidance on various immigration matters, including visa applications, citizenship, and residency planning.
Turkish Immigration Law Services
We have the ability to tackle the full spectrum of immigration matters, including:
- Work and resident permit applications
- Extending resident and work permit
- Application for Turkish citizenship
- Prepare Immigration Documentation
- Represent Clients in Naturalization Cases
Turkish Resident Permit Services
We have extensive experience in Turkish resident permit services for foreign citizens. Unfortunately, touristic resident permits are not available in Turkey anymore. That means one can’t rent an apartment, apply, and get a resident permit.
To get a resident permit, the applicant must purchase a residential property for more than 75,000 USD in Istanbul and other big cities. This amount is 50,000 USD in smaller cities.
Secondly, one can set up a company and apply for a work permit, this work permit comes with residency for the applicant and his wife and kids under 18. But one must have 5 Turkish employees working for his company when one applies for a work permit.
Third, one or his spouse must be admitted to a Turkish University for 4-year university education. Language courses are not accepted.
Finally, one can apply for a residence permit by a hospital admittance.
Documents We Need for a Family Residence Permit Application:
We will prepare and file your resident permit application with the following documents.
- Apostilled or double-legalized marriage certificate
- Apostilled or double-legalized birth certificates of children
- Health insurance for husband and wife
- Copy of the title deed and passports
- Apostilled or double-legalized criminal report from your country
The applicant must have a passport or a document substituting for a passport that is 60 days longer than his stay duration in Turkey. If his passport validation shall expire before 1 year, then the permitted duration for a residence permit cannot exceed the duration of your passport.
The below information is required for the application:
- Name and surname of the applicant’s mother and father
- The applicant’s permanent address information in his home country and Turkey
- The expiration date of the Private Health Insurance Policy, insurance company, and insurance policy number (if you have, if you don’t we will get you an insurance policy),
- The applicant’s educational status, occupation, and income information,
- Reason for staying in Turkey.
Also, the below documents are required too:
- Scanned copy of the passport (pages containing identity information and the page containing a photo along with the processed pages)
- Four (4) Photos (Must have been taken within the last 6 months, against a white background and biometric)
- A notarized copy of the title deed
- E-visa document or a copy of the visa stamp on your passport
Reach us for Turkish Immigration Lawyers
Understanding Turkish Immigration Law is paramount for foreigners intending to live, work, or study in Turkey. The regulations surrounding resident permits, work permits, and appeals against rejections require a thorough understanding of the law and a meticulous approach to applications and renewals.
Our experienced immigration lawyers at Akkas Law Firm are here to provide comprehensive support throughout the entire process, ensuring that you have the best chance of a successful application.
For personalized immigration law assistance and expert legal guidance, contact Akkas Law Firm today. With our in-depth knowledge and commitment to client satisfaction, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your immigration goals in Turkey.