This section of the article focuses on the V series of restriction codes in Turkey's immigration system. These codes are primarily related to visas, residence permits, and related circumstances.
Breakdown of V Restriction Codes
- V-68: Residence permit subject to ministerial permission. This code is used for foreigners who require approval from the ministry for their residence permits.
- V-69: Residence permit revoked. Applied to individuals whose residence permit in Turkey has been canceled due to non-compliance with residency rules.
- V-70: Fake marriage. This code is placed on foreigners who are found to have engaged in a sham marriage to obtain residency.
- V-71: Foreigners who do not report a change of address or provide false address information.
- V-74: Foreigners whose exit from Turkey must be notified to the ministries or governorates.
- V-77: Applied to applicants who falsely claim to be Ahıska Turks in their residency applications.
- V-84: Imposed on those who enter Turkey with the condition of obtaining a residence permit within 10 days but fail to do so.
- V-87: Temporary protection holder who voluntarily returns to their country of origin.
- V-88: Foreigners whose work permit in Turkey has been invalidated.
- V-89: Foreigners who are re-admitted to Turkey under specific conditions.
- V-91: Foreigners under temporary protection whose exit from the country is subject to official permission.
- V-92: Foreigners under temporary protection with duplicate registration issues.
- V-137: Invited to leave Turkey; typically given a specific timeframe to voluntarily exit the country.
- V-144: Issued to foreigners released under specific conditions, like 57-A.
- V-145: Voluntary return; foreigners who choose to return to their home country voluntarily.
- V-146: Turkish passport annotated; used in cases where legal actions are initiated against Turkish citizens.
- V-147: Spouse of a Turkish citizen with an annotated passport.
- V-148: Individuals taking refuge in temporary accommodation centers in Turkey.
- V-153: EIC injunction for country 3; specific legal conditions apply.
- V-154: Application to the administrative court against a deportation order.
- V-155: European Court of Human Rights injunction; applied in cases involving the ECHR.
- V-156: Attorney’s fee; relates to legal expenses in immigration cases.
- V-157: Residence permit applications rejected; for foreigners whose applications for residency are denied.
- V-158: Foreign representative personnel or family member ID card cancellation.
- V-159: Applied to individuals who enter Turkey for transit to a third country.
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This detailed breakdown of the V restriction codes provides specific insights into each code's application and context. Understanding these codes is crucial for foreigners navigating the Turkish immigration system, especially those facing challenges related to their residency status.
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