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Anglfranco26 8th October 2013 20:21

Entry into Turkey (2)
 
Yesterday I posted the following:-

Help please. If a Person born in Turkey, now living in the UK and married to a British Citizen, has Leave to Remain and subsequently obtains a British Passport, , when entering Turkey, on the British Passport, is it necessary to show the kimlik? -

I had a couple if useful responses. However, can anyone tell me if you enter Turkey on a British passport, and were born in Turkey, and do so without a kimlik, does it make any difference whether you have single or dual nationality. Thank you

ShirleyBurley 8th October 2013 20:37

Re: Entry into Turkey (2)
 
I don't really understand your question as anyone with a British passport and a kimlik must have dual nationality.

BacktoBodrum

stuart 8th October 2013 20:57

Re: Entry into Turkey (2)
 
I think the answer to your question is no you pay your 10 quid as any other brit national as that is what you would be presenting yourself as.

teosgirl 9th October 2013 06:31

Re: Entry into Turkey (2)
 
Is your husband worried about showing his kimlik because he didn't do his army service? The reason I'm asking is because the answer would be different.
I heard about someone who was in a similar situation and tried to use his British passport on arrival (without the Turkish kimlik), but somehow the authorities knew he had Turkish citizenship and arrested him at the airport. I have no idea how credible this story is (it originated from a fairly credible source), but if this is your concern I would check the possibility of him being detained with the appropriate authorities.

If this isn't the case then yes, your husband can enter with his British passport and pay the visit visa fee, no problem. They don't force you to show your kimlik (I have duel citizenship) and there are no problems holding duel nationality for Turkish/English.

Charlotte

Yildez Datca 9th October 2013 07:28

Re: Entry into Turkey (2)
 
I would add to Charlottes post that if the police are looking for this person then entering on a UK passport is no guarrantee of avoiding arrest.

Anglfranco26 10th October 2013 07:00

Re: Entry into Turkey (2)
 
Thank you for all your responses. Thanks for confirming dual nationality.


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