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Old 20th June 2014, 14:10   #1 (permalink)
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Health insurance for residency permit.

I am due to renew my residency blue book next month, and I gather that in order to do so I need health insurance, this is where there seems to be a problem ,no official spokesperson seems to know exactly what you need ,whether SGK is accepted, and some say it is not! Or some other private Turkish health insurance. I got a list or requirements from Oritica police station yesterday and still the staff there were unsure as to exactly what insurance was needed even though they gave us an official police form of requirements needed to renew residency visa!! So exactly where does this leave me? I have been living in Turkey for five years now, and it seems to be getting very complicated in regards to living here and renewing visa, the main problem is that no one official seems to fully understand to new requirements and it seems they can interpret it any way they choose.

I would be most grateful for any help or advice anyone can give me.
And has anyone on the forum successfully recently renewed their visa and got the right insurance cover.

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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

there are several people in Dalyan who have recently renewed their residency, and have commented at length about it on the Dalyan Bring, Buy, Swap page on Facebook. If you have access to it, I'm sure you'll get up to the minute info there. Good luck
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Old 20th June 2014, 16:22   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

You would do well to join the DocMartin on the Bodrum Peninsula site (via Facebook) and it is all there for you. Basically yes, the SGK is acceptable for your new ikamet (one year only at a time now), and the only private one they seem to be accepting everywhere is the Ankara Sigorta - it has to be both in-patient and out-patient, not just accident and emergency.
But the above mentioned DocMartin site is excellent and gives everything you need, but you must ask to join the group first before you pose a question, but you may just be able to read everything there without being a member of the group . He has been brilliant answering my particular problems, and if he doesn't know he will find out for you.
Good luck with your application, (by the way the woman in Mugla Polis station is away until 2nd July and no-one else can do it for you!) - the whole thing is a minefield!!
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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

We found it straightforward, and that through Mugla, procedures same as before plus health insurance, Ikamet delivered within 2 weeks.Just make sure that you apply to Mugla before the old Blue Book runs out.
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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

I have axa insurance policy, to be honest I'd avoid joining pages from different regions to you as the process still seems to be varying region to region. I'm in Dalyan, applied through Ortaca /muğla and was told SGK or ANY policy that covers in/out patient would be accepted. I got my residency back in about a week after sending off application. I had no fine despite applying 14 days after my Blue book expiring BUT I have heard of others on our region getting fined so play it safe and get your application in before expiry.
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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

niamh, how much did you pay Axa and if it is not too personal your age?

There are many people who do not want the insurance (no they do not need preaching to if anyone decides to) they just see the insurance premium as an unwanted cost of getting a RP.
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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

hı norman ı posted on another thread or started ıt cant remember ı also had axa ım 53 and we chose the mıddle axa cover at a cost of 980tl for the year there ıs a dearer optıon 1300tl coverıng kanser etc but as long as ıt cover ın patıent out patıent treatment then the yabancı polıs were happy
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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

700tl Norman, I'm 30. I don't particularly want insurance either but it was either that or get kicked out :/
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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

I have just heard today that the Turkish Government has said that anybody over the age of 65 does NOT need health insurance to get a new residency permit ,I have just got a policy in the last few day and am due to renew my residency next week at Mulgla,so I am now left in the position of trying to cancel my policy if this information is correct that is, or holding out and seeing if the police in Mugla have been given this information yet?

I would be most grateful for any comments or confirmation about the new ruling by the Government today.

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Re: Health insurance for residency permit.

This was posted by the British Embassy in Ankara today.....
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