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Old 10th November 2014, 15:39   #1 (permalink)
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Got mine today. Had a message Friday to report to the Nufus manager but no mention which office. Went to Alanya at 8 am and told it was Antalya. Went there on the bus and found the new office very difficult most taxis didn't know where it was. Best bet go the Kaleici and get the taxi from there only three mins and they know the place. Got there and had to sign three forms with my old signature ( more later) they gave me one to take back to Alanya. Nufus Alanya required the form - two photos - my new İkamet and old blue book and 7 tl - hubbys Kimlik and of course Hubby. They gave me a new form to sign (with my new turkish first name and turkish married surname) Antalya insist you use a turkish first name and your married turkish surname when you apply for nationality) Two minutes later İ am holding my kimlik. As İ always state the above is what is current in Antalya other regions may differ. Great as İ am going through Attaturk soon and no more waiting in the long lines of yabancis and cheaper museum prices and İ can have a credit card without a second covering bank account.
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Congratulations.. As you know I am just starting. Birth certificate and divorce papers have been spostille. Going to nufus office Antalya next week to hand in papers. I was wondering about names on the form. So where it says name first..Lynda Kesik. Then Turkish name for example is..Leyla Kesik. Now have I got that right....please let me know lol

Lynda or should I say Leyla
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You don't have to have a Turkish name, and whilst they may 'insist in Antalya' it is not law, you do not have to bend to their pressure.
I personally think it's ridiculous to have one first name for your British passport/while travelling in Britain/Europe, and one for your Kimlik, while living in Turkey. Who tries to operate under two different first names? What about your mail? Your paperwork? Booking flight tickets (coming and going under different names, using different passports/ID cards might be tricky).
I hate this bully-sudo-culture-adaptation trick they try. I'm glad I stuck to the name my father gave me; Irespect him far more than the people who 'insist' in some civil service office. Imagine if services in the UK tried to change 'Mehmet' to Morris?


Congratulations, I know you waited a long time.


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Congratulations, it's been a long time coming but you got there in the end.
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Congratulations beyazbayan and good luck.
What you need to go for now is all the health care benefits through your husbands SGK.
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No problem İ already have those don't need the kimlik for that just the marriage book.

İ am also told if he dies i get a widows pension.
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Congratulations !

I also applied in March for citizenship in Antalya and they say I didn't need a Turkish name at all. On the application form I could fill in my normal name.

Also for the question "religion" they said I could leave it open as I am nor religious at all.

When did you apply beyazbayan?
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No problem İ already have those don't need the kimlik for that just the marriage book.

İ am also told if he dies i get a widows pension.
Ah ha, so there’s the catch beyazbayan, a non-Turk marries a male Turk and automatically cashes in on his SGK benefits but a non-Turk marries a female Turk and the system is different. In my case I was not entitled to any free benefits until and unless I became a Turkish citizen and then only if my wife was retired and I also had no income. If I was to declare an income, I would lose my state benefits. Who said ‘It’s a Mans World’?
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You don't have to have a Turkish name, and whilst they may 'insist in Antalya' it is not law, you do not have to bend to their pressure.
I personally think it's ridiculous to have one first name for your British passport/while travelling in Britain/Europe, and one for your Kimlik, while living in Turkey. Who tries to operate under two different first names? What about your mail? Your paperwork? Booking flight tickets (coming and going under different names, using different passports/ID cards might be tricky).
I hate this bully-sudo-culture-adaptation trick they try. I'm glad I stuck to the name my father gave me; Irespect him far more than the people who 'insist' in some civil service office. Imagine if services in the UK tried to change 'Mehmet' to Morris?


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Couldnt agree more Charlotte!! Its ridiculous!!

Beyaz Beyan I thought if you are married to a Turk you get the widows pension whether you are a citizen or not.



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