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1.       Fatimah
18 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 06:01 am

Hi there. I´m an Arab girl, and I´d like to ask about getting married to a Turkish guy. How do you do it there? Is it allowed to get married to a foreign girl? And does it cost an arm and a leg? I mean is it expensive for a guy? And how will my life be if I decided to live there with him? Do you have Turkish schools to teach Turkish language in Turkey? And is Turkey a safe country to live in as a foreigner?

Thanks in advance

2.       catwoman
8933 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 08:06 am

 

Quoting Fatimah

Hi there. I´m an Arab girl, and I´d like to ask about getting married to a Turkish guy. How do you do it there? Is it allowed to get married to a foreign girl? And does it cost an arm and a leg? I mean is it expensive for a guy? And how will my life be if I decided to live there with him? Do you have Turkish schools to teach Turkish language in Turkey? And is Turkey a safe country to live in as a foreigner?

Thanks in advance

 

Hello Fatimah, while there are some other people who can answer your question better, this is what I know: All the things that you asked for relating to the marriage depend heavily on the guy you are going to get married to. It can vary greatly from family to family. Generally, getting married to a foreign person is looked at with suspicion, but if you are a Muslim getting married to a Muslim man/woman, your chances are much higher for being accepted in the family. Western women/men have a much more difficult task. However, it all depends on the family of the guy you´re marrying.

 

I don´t know anything about the cost... sorry.

 

Your life in Turkey will be very good I think, but that still depends on where you will live, what you will do, whether you know the language... I think Turkey is not much worse in terms of safety then most places in the world, unless you are venturing into shady places. Still it depends on which city you will live in.

Yes, there are Turkish language schools in Turkey, like Tomer and Dilmer. If you are married to a Turkish person, you have 50% off of the course in Tomer.

 

I hope this helps.

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3.       Fatimah
18 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 09:12 am

Ooh thank u sis, it´s helpful. Well, I´m muslim and I want to get married to a muslim-Turkish guy. It´s my dream.  I didn´t meet any man yet, but I´m looking for someone at the moment. Coz that I´m asking you here. Does anybody know any thing els? Thank you.

4.       Fatimah
18 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 09:16 am

How about my nationality? will it change if I went there to live for ever?

5.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 09:21 am

 

Quoting Fatimah

How about my nationality? will it change if I went there to live for ever?

 

 Ofcourse not, there are some conditions you have to achive to be a citizen of any countries, which are stated in each of thems laws.

 

And also it is up you whether you want to change it or not...

6.       Fatimah
18 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 09:49 am

Thank u bro. cok tesekkurler.

7.       libralady
5152 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 05:33 pm

 

Quoting Fatimah

Hi there. I´m an Arab girl, and I´d like to ask about getting married to a Turkish guy. How do you do it there? Is it allowed to get married to a foreign girl? And does it cost an arm and a leg? I mean is it expensive for a guy? And how will my life be if I decided to live there with him? Do you have Turkish schools to teach Turkish language in Turkey? And is Turkey a safe country to live in as a foreigner?

Thanks in advance

 

 Cost an arm and a leg!  Nice English phrase {#lang_emotions_lol}  and some interesting questions you are asking!

8.       teaschip
3870 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 05:40 pm

 

Quoting Fatimah

Ooh thank u sis, it´s helpful. Well, I´m muslim and I want to get married to a muslim-Turkish guy. It´s my dream.  I didn´t meet any man yet, but I´m looking for someone at the moment. Coz that I´m asking you here. Does anybody know any thing els? Thank you.

 

 I´m just curious, why are you set on meeting and getting married to a Turkish guy?  I know you said it´s your dream..just trying to understand really.

9.       Trudy
7887 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 06:18 pm

 

Quoting teaschip

 I´m just curious, why are you set on meeting and getting married to a Turkish guy?  I know you said it´s your dream..just trying to understand really.

 

As I´ve heard (yes, really!) Turkish men are in some way famous for ehm..... their ´actions´. That´s what a maitre-d´hotel in Afyon told me.... lol

10.       Fatimah
18 posts
 20 Aug 2008 Wed 07:01 pm

 

Quoting teaschip

 I´m just curious, why are you set on meeting and getting married to a Turkish guy?  I know you said it´s your dream..just trying to understand really.

 

 OMG they are the most manly men in the world, I do love them so much. And I think that if I chose a Turkish guy to live with, he will deal with me very good, of course it depends on the guy who will live with me. I´m sure about that. They are handsome, smart, gentle and kind. And the most important thing that they are free without an overstatement. Also, I fell in love with Turkish language, and I think that the best way to learn it is to get married to a lovely Turkish guy. OOh when will it be explained? I´m so excited to find him. With all my love from the bottom of my heart.

Turkish guys are çok yakışıklı(f)

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