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Old 8th July 2011, 16:15   #1 (permalink)
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Working in Dalyan

My partner lives & works in Dalyan & i would love to move over & live here also but i was wondering what its like finding work out here? Is there any English companies?

At the moment i live in the uk i work in Accounts doing credit control, i also have my own Photography business & im also a dj.

Any help would be nice thanks
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Old 8th July 2011, 16:25   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Working in Dalyan

Hi DT,
Welcome to TLF, if you want to work here it is very difficult you will need a work permit which is not easy to get. It would be better if you create a limited company whichdoes cost money. good luck on your search.
we have being to Dalaman and dalyan very nice down there we are up on the Bodrum peninsular.
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you will need to look at everyhing before you move & work in turkey, visa work premits Ext
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Re: Working in Dalyan

Hi David
The regulations are mega strict, as the other person said you would need a work permit but that is nigh on impossible. Setting up a company is one way but I believe you then need to hire a turkish work force. Best of luck
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Maybe he could have his Partner down as an employee ?
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Re: Working in Dalyan

Forget it, impossible & they are really tight on it in Dalyan. Given some of the recent history in the town, you may find prejudice from the powers that be, even an application could cause you problems. Dalyan has a 'village' mentality & there is no such thing as a Turkish gay! You cannot apply for a work permit yourself, you have to find an employer & in the unlikely event it were granted, it is non transferable.
Sorry to be so negative, but do come with your eyes open.
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Forget it, impossible & they are really tight on it in Dalyan. Given some of the recent history in the town, you may find prejudice from the powers that be, even an application could cause you problems. Dalyan has a 'village' mentality & there is no such thing as a Turkish gay! You cannot apply for a work permit yourself, you have to find an employer & in the unlikely event it were granted, it is non transferable.
Sorry to be so negative, but do come with your eyes open.
Nothing is ever imposible is it? Maybe not in Dalyan but maybe somewhere else.
What do you mean a Turkish Gay? just because i'm Gay it does not make any difference does it? Gay or straight Turkey is much more open now towards Gay people there is loads in Turkey.

Anyway it was just a question in the end i think my partner will move to England anyway.
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Re: Working in Dalyan

People havepolitely given their time freely to offer advice.

If you know that nothing is impossible why ask ?

Avoiding prison or deportation will be impossible if you work without a permit.

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Your best bet would be to contact the tour companies, the only way you will be able to live and work in Dalyan legally, but beware, in a small village like Dalyan being Gay is tolerated only until you step out of line.
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Your best bet would be to contact the tour companies, the only way you will be able to live and work in Dalyan legally, but beware, in a small village like Dalyan being Gay is tolerated only until you step out of line.
Steve, you're absolutely right. While the attitude to Gays may be relatively relaxed in cities, and in holiday resorts in season, in smaller places like Dalyan (and Datca) things are somewhat different. I think 2 foreigners cause less comment/gossip/problems than a foreign/Turk partnership; discretion is necessary.

And before anyone has a go at me - I'm telling it how it is in smaller towns and villages here, sadly. One of my Gay friends committed suicide a couple of years ago - couldn't take the pressure to be "normal"; I know at least 2 Gay men forced to marry by their families; local gossip about foreign Gays is extremely unkind to say the least.
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