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Trying to apply for citizinship in Turkey
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1.       Nuraa-xo
152 posts
 11 Jan 2009 Sun 01:27 pm

I was planning to travel to Turkey quite frequently in the next few years and thought it would be easier to apply for a Turkish citizinship.

I am already an Australian citizin, but I was born in Turkey, And was wondering if I could apply for a Dual Citizinship.

 

But some of the laws confuse me, it says my mother and father have to be citizins


Would the fact that I have a Turkish birth certificate make me legible to apply?



Edited (12/8/2011) by Nuraa-xo

2.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 11 Jan 2009 Sun 02:17 pm

 

Quoting Nuraa-xo

I was planning to travel to Turkey quite frequently in the next few years and thought it would be easier to apply for a Turkish citizinship.

I am already an Australian citizin, but I was born in Turkey, And was wondering if I could apply for a Dual Citizinship.

 

But some of the laws confuse me, it says my mother and father have to be citizins, or both Turk (which they are not).


Would the fact that I have a Turkish birth certificate make me legible to apply?

 

I think, if any of your parents are Turkish, you can get a Turkish citizenship..

Consulates seem quite keen not to let anybody who has a Turkish connection, wonder  in bewilderness..

Why dont you call the consulate?

3.       Nuraa-xo
152 posts
 11 Jan 2009 Sun 02:58 pm

I will be asking them soon, thank you thehandsom.

 

 

4.       catwoman
8933 posts
 12 Jan 2009 Mon 04:18 pm

Seems like this is just the right places for those wondering about Turkish nationality..

 

http://www.turkishembassy.com/II/K/turkish_nationalit.htm

5.       Manning
22 posts
 10 Jun 2009 Wed 06:13 am

If you are Australian and are living in either Sydney, Melbourne or Canberra, you can visit the Turkish consulate (or Embassy in Canberra). The staff there routinely handle questions like this.

 

6.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 12 Jun 2009 Fri 06:01 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

I think, if any of your parents are Turkish, you can get a Turkish citizenship..

Consulates seem quite keen not to let anybody who has a Turkish connection, wonder  in bewilderness..

Why dont you call the consulate?

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 Not to change the subject, but where in the world have you been? !!!!  Have you been hiding with your harem?

7.       Trudy
7887 posts
 12 Jun 2009 Fri 08:29 am

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

 Not to change the subject, but where in the world have you been? !!!!  Have you been hiding with your harem?

 

 Obviously ´they´ kept him busy for a loooooong time..... lol lol

8.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 12 Jun 2009 Fri 03:36 pm

 

Quoting Trudy

 

 

 Obviously ´they´ kept him busy for a loooooong time..... lol lol

 

Maybe he has been busy trying to redeem his Turkishness.....seeing how it was confiscated some time ago. 

 

Anyway, the easiest way to become a Turkish citizen is to marry one....<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)  I don´t remember exactly, but when I married my husband, I had the option to sign something in the marriage office if I wanted to become a citizen.  If memory serves me, there is a waiting period of 3 years before it is final. 

9.       lady in red
6947 posts
 12 Jun 2009 Fri 03:52 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

 Not to change the subject, but where in the world have you been? !!!!  Have you been hiding with your harem?

 

 Well...wherever he was he´s still there!  - that post of his is 5 months´ old lol



Edited (6/12/2009) by lady in red [can´t count]

10.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 12 Jun 2009 Fri 06:52 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

 Well...wherever he was he´s still there!  - that post of his is 5 months´ old lol

 

 I am trying to draw him out of hiding.......he left without so much as a goodbye!  <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)I will get you

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