Step into Your Dreams!
Contact us now to join the inspection tour and discover the unique beauties of Turkey!
As of 2023, Turkey has implemented new amendments to its Immigration Law No. 6458, leading to significant changes in residence permit regulations. Understanding these updates is crucial for individuals seeking to register for a residence permit in Turkey.
Tourist residence permits, traditionally sought for vacation purposes, can no longer be extended under the same conditions. However, this rule does not apply to residents of European Union countries, Slovenia, China, and Russia.
One of the avenues for obtaining a residence permit is through real estate investment. To qualify, the cadastral value of the purchased property must be $75,000 USD or higher.
Since July 1, 2022, residence permits for housing in 1,169 specific regions of Turkey are no longer attainable. These areas are now classified as “closed” and densely populated by foreigners, making up 20% or more of the total local population. This change affects various types of residence permits, impacting the choice of location for temporary or permanent residency in Turkey.
When applying for an initial or renewal of a residence permit in Turkey, you’ll need the following documents:
Please note that regulations are subject to change, and it’s advisable to consult our managers for the most up-to-date information and guidance.
Navigating the process of residence permit registration in Turkey requires an understanding of the recent amendments and comprehensive documentation. Kne Yapı is here to assist you every step of the way, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.