Beware! False claims spread on social media: Istanbul's 39 districts allegedly ending foreign residency permits, risking expats' status.
Discover Varied Topics: Explore Turkey’s Open/Closed Districts & Learn Where $50k-$75k Investments Grant Residency! Interactive Map & Downloadable List Available.
Istanbul's Küçükçekmece, Başakşehir, Bağcılar, Avcılar, Bahçelievler, Sultangazi, Esenler, Esenyurt, Fatih, and Zeytinburnu districts are closed.
Turkey has closed 1,169 neighborhoods to foreigners seeking Turkish residence permits. The move is aimed at reducing the number of foreign nationals living in certain areas of the country.
Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu made some important announcements at a recent press briefing addressing “migration” at the Immigration Administration (GİGM) Conference Hall in Ankara on June 11. Among the most pressing issues the minister touched on were address registration practices, residence permits, and illegal migrants. On July 1, a New...
In the most recent few months, Turkey has reiterated that it will be limiting the number of neighborhoods or areas that foreign nationals can reside in or use as their registered address. This move is expected to take place in the coming months. Most recently, it did so by publishing...
An interactive map showing open and closed communities. Find out where home investments of $50,000 and $75,000 can lead to permitted residency.
Discover Turkey's new $75,000 minimum requirement for foreigner residence permits. Explore property options and exciting opportunities.
As Turkey becomes an ever-attractive country for expats and immigrants, it is easy to see that certain areas in the country are disproportionately favored by foreigners. With such areas at the risk of becoming overpopulated, the Turkish migration department has been reminding foreign residents of the 25% rule. What Is...