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20.       ciccareli
4 posts
 12 Oct 2009 Mon 11:37 am

Thank you for your answer

I lived in Holland for a year,so I know alittle bit of dutch,also some german,russian,lithuanian and for sure english,im hoping to add turkish to this list  

In case Im thinking to come around february , so i think I could even start at seasonal work,improve my turkish and look for other work,Im still searching how to do best,I know some people in Antalya,but mostly turks,so foreign ppl oppinion really important for me

 

21.       deli
5904 posts
 12 Oct 2009 Mon 01:00 pm

I wanted to say if your english is good you can give lessons but also therefor you need Turkish

 

nope you dont need to know Turkish to teach  English, in fact i was told not to use any turkish when teaching my students ,which I may add was very hard so I often used a bit and told my students not to tell my bossWink

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22.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 12 Oct 2009 Mon 01:31 pm

 

Quoting ciccareli

Thank you for your answer

I lived in Holland for a year,so I know alittle bit of dutch,also some german,russian,lithuanian and for sure english,im hoping to add turkish to this list

In case Im thinking to come around february , so i think I could even start at seasonal work,improve my turkish and look for other work,Im still searching how to do best,I know some people in Antalya,but mostly turks,so foreign ppl oppinion really important for me

 

 

 But still you need work permission

23.       ciccareli
4 posts
 12 Oct 2009 Mon 05:16 pm

 

Yes I know that I´ll need to get working permission And as i know,company and person has to do alot of paper work etc

24.       lady in red
6947 posts
 03 Mar 2010 Wed 08:57 pm

I just noticed this article in Today´s Zaman outlining legal regulations for foreigners working in Turkey.  It´s today´s edition so presumably right up to date.

25.       Mavili
236 posts
 25 Feb 2012 Sat 11:17 pm

CSGB- Ministry of Labor and Social Security Dept. of Work Permits for Foreigners. (link)

Consulate General of Turkey, London UK.- work Visa (link)

26.       VF5
1 posts
 22 Jul 2012 Sun 02:16 pm

Selam all,

 

Regarding residency permit, if I obtain residency permit will it enables me to get a work permit? or once I get residency permit, then I will be eligible to work without obtaing a work permit?

27.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 23 Jul 2012 Mon 03:37 pm

AVERAGE INTELLIGENGE LEVELS IN TURKEY RAPIDLY RISING

 

Recent research shows that average intelligence levels of citizens in both countries are rapidly rising as more Turkish "moderate" moslem missionaries take up USA as base of their operations.

BELİEVE IT, OR NOT !




Edited (7/23/2012) by AlphaF

28.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 23 Jul 2012 Mon 04:04 pm

 

Quoting ashleightanner

 

 

 Ye i mean´t citizen!!!!!{#lang_emotions_shy} doh!!!! Also is there s difference between living permit and residency permit? what do you ned for a residant permit? Sorry to keep asking questions.

If you apply for a living permit then while your out there can you apply for the residency permit?

 

There is a difference between the two and you need to maintain both permits valid simultaneously. Note that the expiry of a living permit wll annull a running work permit, unles a new living permit can be immediately obtained.

I recommend you check the amount of tax you may have to pay, if your work permit application is granted by Turkish Authrities. Check only with the LABOuR ATTACHE, in the Turkish Embassy closest to you.



Edited (7/23/2012) by AlphaF

29.       naty-profe
1 posts
 21 Aug 2012 Tue 04:51 pm

İyi günler everyone! I´m wondering if anyone could advise me of any way for searching a job for English, Spanish and Russian speaking foreigner in Istanbul. The turkish level is quite elementary, and is it after all possible to find any position in such case? I´v looked for English teaching jobs but their conditions are rather unacceptable..{#emotions_dlg.confused}

30.       Abla
3642 posts
 21 Aug 2012 Tue 08:03 pm

Contact the Ministry of Foreign Trade in your own country, ask for statistics about companies which export to Turkey or import from Turkey. This kind of information is usually purchasable. Then work with the list, contact the companies and tell them about your skills, find out who their Turkish partners are. Be ready to do a lot of useless work until someone gives you hope. Meanwhile improve your Turkish as much as you can.

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