Turkish Residence Permit Appeals
The Turkish residence permit application process can be daunting in its own right, and is subject to constant changes to bureaucratic policy and process. While a thoroughly compiled application submission will almost always get approved, it’s an unfortunate reality that refusals do sometimes occur.
Turkish immigration law implies that, as long as a foreigner has financial means, a place to live, adheres to local law, and doesn’t pose a risk to the public, they are permitted to attain residency if they meet the conditions of the application process. So when a rejection occurs, one option is to take your case to the Ankara Administrative Courts. Appeals must be filed within 60 days of having received notification of an application refusal.
A consultation with our legal team can help you decide if pursuing the appeals process is worth the time and effort. It’s important to note that the Turkish residence permit appeals process can take several months to resolve in the courts. Should you decide to go this route, you can find comfort in the fact that our legal team has been dealing with appeals for years and will handle every step of the process.