What is the Turkish Citizenship Investment Program?

Mar 31, 2021Immigration Law

Omur Boyu Ehliyet Donemi Sona Erdi

What is the Turkish Citizenship investment Program?

Turkish investment citizenship program grants individuals the residency, citizenship as well as a second passport to those individuals who are planning to invest in real-estate and saving money at a financial institution or bank. The amount required for purchasing a property lies should be a minimum of $250,000 and additional fees to be paid. The citizenship investment programs are one of the lowest programs available in the market.

The individual with a Turkish passport can free travel or get a visa on arrival in 114 countries in any part of the world without any grievances. Turkey is one of the countries where millions of people come to travel as well as be a part of the Turkish citizenship program as it has numerous benefits.

Benefits of Turkish Citizenship Program

Covers 100+ countries

The Turkish passport holder can travel more than 114 countries for free or can get a visa on arrival. The countries covered are Qatar, Tunisia, Jordan, Iraq, Morocco, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Brazil, Argentina, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei Sultanate, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Georgia, Paraguay, Serbia, and South Africa.

Thailand, Ukraine and Uruguay, Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Australia, and Oman, and more African countries for that they can get an online visa.


Business Expansion

Turkey is located between the Far East and Near East Asia will be a center point of European human advancement with the antiquated and present-day western world. Turkish residents will be esteemed by all nations and the entryways will be opened for their items to import and export to generate more business.

Every one of these highlights of the Turks in Turkey and will get powerful in a huge part of the world seemed to live an agreeable and simple way.

Foreigners have to apply for the work permit to get a work right in Turkey.