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Old 12th February 2012, 06:26   #1 (permalink)
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Post What is the Deportation Procedure

Well it will be coming to that time of year again soon when more and more people think they can turn up and work in Turkey, with or without a work permit is their problem and as we know the amount of posts that cover the subject is quite large so I'm not going into that side of it.

Normally I for one usually just say it's instant deportation on the next available plane out of Turkey if found working without a relevant work permit.

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What exactly are the deportation procedures?
Are people escorted to their accommodation and allowed to pack whatever they can carry and then have to organise with someone else at a later date to look after the rest of their belongings, or escorted straight to the airport and shipped unceremoniously back to the country they came from?

Also bearing in mind they would probably be restricted from re-entry for a five year period, so putting someone's goods into storage would not really be a option I would have thought.

So does anyone know the way deportation actually works?

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Old 12th February 2012, 06:48   #2 (permalink)
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So does anyone know the way deportation actually works?

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As far as I know they used to cancel the "blue book" RP and give you 48hrs to depart but you can opt to pay for a 14 day extension (at current rates) and they use one of the pages in your existing "blue book" if you have one if no spare pages are left then you also need to pay for a new book.

In the time allowed you can get a POA etc signed to a solicitor or someone you trust so they can act on or dispose of any assets here (best not to have this happen to you late Friday if opting for 48hrs). If your spouse is staying here or can travel here you may want a POA assigned to her/him

After the 14 days are up you have to be out of Turkey, but you can nip to a solicitor and attempt have a stay put on your deportation immediately but the court can order that the appeal can be done in your absence and and if it does so then you are deported until the court makes a ruling but the authorities can appeal and tie it up for 5 yrs anyhow.

If you have been caught working illegally and they normally have video or photo evidence or you can not make a good defence at the 1st hearing then expect the court to rule in your absence. Solicitor will probably demand up front 3,000 TL to represent you and pay court costs etc.

You have an option of leaving Turkey and then appealing through the Turkish consulate in London if you are banned for 5 yrs it has sometimes been reduced but expect to pay a fine.
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So what happens if after the 48 hours and you do not present yourself at the airport, or even do not have the fare home?

What would it be, a KNOCK KNOCK KNOCK on the door and thrown into the back of the paddy wagon?
Or I suppose a APB put out if you were not at home.

Mind you I must say it sounds a good idea making people pay for their own flight out, unlike when we deport people from the UK, it is at our tax payers expense.
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Re: What is the Deportation Procedure

A couple of years ago a friend of ours was deported, the Jandama turned up, she was allowed to pack a bag and then was taken to the airport, leaving her husband behind. Her crime, there wasn't one, she had been mistaken for another woman who had been passing counterfeit 20 notes. Even though the Jandama knew it wasn't her when they came to deport her, the paper work had been done and she had to go. Took her over 18 months to be allowed back, when she eventually came back they sent her a letter saying, that if she cared to go to to Mugla they would apologies. She never went and no longer lives in Turkey, surprise surprise.
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I know the same lady, and she had to buy her own ticket home I believe, she certainly had to leave immediately.
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So what happens if after the 48 hours and you do not present yourself at the airport, or even do not have the fare home?
I dread to think and have no intentions of finding out, I renewed mine for the 14 days and had it overturned, hence why I am still here. I have documented what happened a couple of times on here so I won't go in to it all again but it was a bit worrying at the time when you know you are totally innocent.
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Ok, I know the thread has not been running for very long, but I for one think I now have the information I wanted.

Basically the idea was to create a thread that people could be pointed to and let them read for themselves the consequence's of being deported from more than just one or two people instead of just keep saying 'You will get deported' then probably going into a lengthy chat of what may or may not happen.

But by all means if anyone wants to contribute with some facts, then please do so.

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