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Government & Law
Understanding the legal and governmental systems of an expat living in Turkey can be confusing. That’s why we’ve put together some expert guides to help you know the government and law in Turkey, including information on everything from the political system to LGBT+ rights.
UETS: Simplified enrollment process for Turkey's National Electronic Notification System. Stay informed and connected effortlessly.
Legal notice? Legal proceedings affecting a party's rights and obligations must be disclosed. As a result, it is a court-ordered notification.
The Eviction Undertaking is a legal document that both the landlord and the tenant sign after the rental agreement is done and delivered in some cases.
Careless driving puts us and other people at danger. A system of points is used to ensure drivers obey the law. How do points function, exactly?
Learn how to find and format your Turkish mailing address, including PTT and shipping companies, and how to validate it on the government site.
Guide for Turkish tenants: Understand Rent Regulations and tackle unwelcome increases. Expert advice to protect your rights. 🏠
Istanbul's Küçükçekmece, Başakşehir, Bağcılar, Avcılar, Bahçelievler, Sultangazi, Esenler, Esenyurt, Fatih, and Zeytinburnu districts are closed.
Turkey annually issues about one million Ikamet residence permit permission cards to foreigners. It is possible to live and work in the country.