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Old 17th April 2014, 13:28   #1 (permalink)
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new resıdency rule for turkısh spouses

hı for those WHO ıt concerns just want to share wıth you that today ı went to renew my resıdency nearly 5 years now and stıll waıtıng for kımlık as well. anyhow went to yabancı took all the necessary paperwork we normally take. Told ıt was not accepted as from 11 aprıl new rules for turkısh spouses.....

my turkısh husband now has to Show earnıngs how long for was the questıon to the...... answer none.

how much earnıngs ....... answer none..

How do we Show thıs....... payslıps work record. was told

Hubby saıd he Works for hımself they saıd get accountant to Show thıs .. however lıke lotws of turkısh people as dırected by there account ın certaın busınesses we do not Show all our work so that ıt keeps the tax bıll down.

Was also told on the way out of the buıldıng that ıran afgansıtan people etc are beıng gıven dırect resıdency no questıons asked. so ıt seems thıs government does not lıke muslıms marryıng from outsıde that ıs my opınıon. ı have lots of other proof on thıs but ı do not want to stır up a hornets nest and get ınto a debate on ıt.

If rules change faır enough but please why cant they provıde the answers to what ıs needed. Maybe someone else has gon through thıs ın the last few days and can enlıghten me.
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Old 17th April 2014, 13:31   #2 (permalink)
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Re: new resıdency rule for turkısh spouses

also just another thought how do lemon pıckers garden workers etc WHO are paıd daıly ın the hand and maybe marrıed to a dıfferent natıonal Show thıs. It ıs what we call a strong leash by the government to make thıngs dıffıcult for them to have the choıce of WHO they marryç where they vısıt etc etc
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Has anybody picked up any information from the meeting that was due to take place on the 16 April on the subject of RPs
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Re: new resıdency rule for turkısh spouses

From here just published on https://www.facebook.com/ukinturkey


The briefing held yesterday by the General Directorate of Migration Management (GDMM) did not cover any specific details regarding the new application processes for residency permits. The focus was on the GDMM’s structure and policies and questions on such details were not answered by their officials.

We have today submitted detailed questions in writing to the GDMM about the process and await their reply.

Until the full network of GDMM offices are open later in the year a transition period will apply. During this time all applications will be taken by the local Foreigner’s Departments of the Turkish National Police (as before) and sent to Ankara for processing.

First time applicants for residence permits will be able to submit their applications in Turkey during this period.

We are aware of reports that some of Foreigner’s departments have been refusing to accept applications whilst they await further instruction from the GDMM in Ankara. However, we have been informed by the GDMM that applications should now be accepted at all TNP foreigners department offices.
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The briefing held yesterday by the General Directorate of Migration Management (GDMM) did not cover any specific details regarding the new application processes for residency permits. The focus was on the GDMM’s structure and policies and questions on such details were not answered by their officials.

We have today submitted detailed questions in writing to the GDMM about the process and await their reply.

Until the full network of GDMM offices are open later in the year a transition period will apply. During this time all applications will be taken by the local Foreigner’s Departments of the Turkish National Police (as before) and sent to Ankara for processing.

First time applicants for residence permits will be able to submit their applications in Turkey during this period.

We are aware of reports that some of Foreigner’s departments have been refusing to accept applications whilst they await further instruction from the GDMM in Ankara. However, we have been informed by the GDMM that applications should now be accepted at all TNP foreigners department offices.
So ıf no detaıls are avaılable for resıdency applıcatıons why after all these years was we asked for earnıngs .
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I wonder how long the process will take now applications will be sent to Ankara to be processed?
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The need for new applications and renewal from old style to new- to be made in home country, is gonna be a right old pain in the bum for many
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The need for new applications and renewal from old style to new- to be made in home country, is gonna be a right old pain in the bum for many
Thought it said the opposite

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Until the full network of GDMM offices are open later in the year a transition period will apply. During this time all applications will be taken by the local Foreigner’s Departments of the Turkish National Police (as before) and sent to Ankara for processing.

First time applicants for residence permits will be able to submit their applications in Turkey during this period.
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That's only for now

When new rules start its home country only
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Yes for new first time applicants but where have you seen that this would be applicable to renewals from old book to new , effectively all initial renewals ? Everything I have read says renewals will be dealt with in Turkey.
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