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Old 25th March 2015, 13:00   #1 (permalink)
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Yet another residency done....next time.....

İ want all the planets to line up and get my permanment residency but this time i couldnt do it because my uk pension doesn't show as paid into my Turkish bank... so i was wondering for next time how i achieve this final hurdle??...İ have a pound account in İsbank and it just shows monies coming in lumps rather than month by month.
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Re: Yet another residency done....next time.....

..you don't need to do this. Get a notarised translation of your pension to submit with your paperwork , this is all that is required for pensions.
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Re: Yet another residency done....next time.....

Hope you don't mind, but for us uninitiated, how much does it cost to get say a 2 page pension document notarized?

Obviously the figures will change from one notary to the next, so just a ball-park figure please.

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Re: Yet another residency done....next time.....

We just submitted our uk bank statements which were accepted. Having said that we haven't received our ltrps yet!!!
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What if you are not yet of pension age? How much do you need to show for permanent residency?
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Hope you don't mind, but for us uninitiated, how much does it cost to get say a 2 page pension document notarized?

Obviously the figures will change from one notary to the next, so just a ball-park figure please.

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Got our RP last month.Mine and the wife's pension statements Translaslated and Noterized 65ytl each.
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What if you are not yet of pension age? How much do you need to show for permanent residency?
I would imagine if you use a ball-park figure of the UK state pension then you won't be far wrong.

Although I also seem to remember the figure of £500 per month which is actually about £150 pm less than the sate pension, or a balance of I think £3,000.

The other problem on top of all my above 'if's and but's' is that each district also seems to have different criteria, so for a accurate figure you need to get it (and in writing) from the horses mouth.
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Got our RP last month.Mine and the wife's pension statements Translaslated and Noterized 65ytl each.
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Re: Yet another residency done....next time.....

when you say your pension statement...is that the yearly statement of payment(i think i get in the Uk???))...my pension is not a state pension it is a private pensioni got after early release.....the amount they quote is 2000tl per month income required by the authorities here!!.....i don't like 'dribbling' such amounts in to my pound account here because of charges at both ends!

Another thing i think i heard before about permanment RP and need confirmation is that if you renew your uk passport you have to do the process all over here
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Re: Yet another residency done....next time.....

The Mugla office wasn't terribly interested in our retirement income. We declared it on the application form and included a copy of last year's P60 giving totals. The officer just asked what it was for and handed it back. They do say that they will accept a declaration on the form BUT may ask for more evidence. I would guess that there would be more interest if you were (say) a 20 year old singleton.
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