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Old 16th March 2014, 12:43   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know who will give me a job in marmaris? bar work restaurants hotels anything really , willing to pay for own work permit as well :-)!!
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Old 16th March 2014, 12:48   #2 (permalink)
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Lol

It doesn't quite work like that!!!!
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Old 16th March 2014, 12:51   #3 (permalink)
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Please be very careful. This forum abounds with stories of people who took on work for a season with a promise by their employer to sort out a work permit, only to be ripped off at the end of the season.
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Old 16th March 2014, 12:52   #4 (permalink)
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There's loads of people I know who live permanently in Turkey and would love to wok ... but can't. To be honest, if you want to work abroad, choose a country where you can do it legally without a work permit ... but if you want to specifically work in Yutkey, to be honest I'd give up the idea now - sorry :-(

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Old 17th March 2014, 07:44   #5 (permalink)
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Forget it! Every year people are caught working illegally in Marmaris and immediately deported. It's even been known for employers to shop their employees so that they don't have to pay them. Getting a work permit for the sort of work you describe is impossible, and you can't ' pay for it myself'.

You'll meet plenty of people there who will tell you it's OK, they do it, etc etc etc. don't believe them. It's definitely NOT OK!
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I'm not talking about working illegally , that's why I said about a work permit haha! I have a few opportunities regarding bar work however I thought I would ask if anyone knew any other jobs.
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Hi Chellebellox

Join the facebook group 'Stuff for sale in Marmaris', there is a recruitment agency that is always advertising jobs and gives lots of information regarding work permits.
Worth a try.
Hope you find something suitable and legal.
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Forget bar work. There is no way you would get a permit to work behind a bar. You also need documented qualifications for whichever work you will be employed in. Getting a work permit is not as simple as some people would have you believe.
Also you would need a residency permit, and when you apply for one, you must show you have means to support yourself without working.
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An ex employer of self bought a large business in Turkey. They wanted to send oversight staff over to study policy and practice. The ensuing nightmare re work permits very nearly led to the whole shoot being jettisoned.

This may still happen and would be further proof that business in Turkey is a nightmare , as is working there.

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Chellebellox, FYI

Work permit application from outside Turkey
Application for a work permit and entry visa is made by the prospective employee to the Turkish MLSS via the Turkish consulate or embassy of the country of residence or of citizenship. The employer also submits an application to the MLSS.

Provide the following documents (depending on the industry sector of the job, additional documents may be required):

Passport (valid at least three months longer than the expiry date of the requested work visa)
Completed work visa application form
1 passport-sized photo
Copy of the work contract
Notarised Turkish translation of the passport
Notarised Turkish translation of relevant diplomas/degree certificates
Note: If not a national of the country where the application is being made, proof of legal residency in that country must also be supplied.

The Turkish company also has a number of steps to follow which include making an application to the Turkish MLSS, enclosing a balance sheet, a profit and loss statement for the past year certified by tax authorities, and an extract from the Turkish Trade Registry Gazette indicating the most recent capital and shareholding structure of the organisation.

Processing can take from four to eight weeks. When the application is approved, the applicant is informed by e-mail or phone. The applicant then pays a non-refundable visa processing fee and a non-refundable work permit processing fee to the consulate or embassy for the documents to be entered in to the passport.

Within 30 days of arrival in Turkey take the passport with work visa to the foreigners office of the local police headquarters to lodge an application for a residency permit.

As others have stated on here, if you work without a Work Permit and get caught, you will be deported, and excluded from entering Turkey for up to 5 years. Also, working without a Work Permit means you wont have a leg to stand on if your employer decides not to pay you.

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