UncategorizedLifting the Ban on Entry to Turkey

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The entry ban to Turkey is applied in case of violation of the legal period of stay or if the person is deemed objectionable from the point of view of public order, public security or public health. In order for the entry ban to be lifted, the person who has been banned must appeal the decision. In the notification given to the banned person, the rights and responsibilities related to the subject are explained. In this article, detailed information about Lifting the Entry Ban to Turkey will be discussed. You can continue reading.

 

What is a Warehouse?

“Deport” usually refers to the removal from that country or exclusion from the border of a person who is legally present or illegally present in a foreign country. This procedure is performed if the person does not have a legal entry permit in that country or is present in those countries without a visa or illegally. Deportation is applied in the same way as the person’s departure from the country or the initiation of a legal process for deportation.

After the deportation process has started, this decision must be lifted in order to re-enter Turkey. If this decision is not lifted, it may lead to negative consequences such as the breakdown of the Deport family union.

 

The Reasons for the Deportation Process in Turkey?

Deportation operations in Turkey are carried out to remove foreign nationals from the country’s borders or to cope with situations that are not legally accepted. Deportation proceedings may take place for the following reasons:

  1. Illegal Residence

Foreign nationals who enter Turkey illegally or whose visa-free stay period has expired are deported.

  1. Security Reasons

If a foreign national entering Turkey is believed to pose a threat to national security, these persons may be deported.

  1. Visa Violation

A person who does not have the right to visa-free entry in Turkey or has a visa may be deported if he has entered without a visa or has exceeded the visa period.

  1. False

    Documents

People who enter Turkey with fake documents or have a fake ID may be deported if they are detected.

  1. Immigration Violation

People who act contrary to immigration behavior or who are types of refugees, illegally claiming, may be excluded from the borders.

Deportation activities are usually managed by the Turkish Ministry of Interior.

 

How Long is the Entry Ban Period in Turkey?

The duration of the entry ban to Turkey varies depending on the reason for the ban. In cases such as visa violation or exceeding the legal stay period, it can last from 3 months to 5 years. However, if the entry ban has exceeded the legally recognized period, it does not apply in some cases. It is recommended to consult by contacting us for more information about the procedures for questioning the entry ban at border crossings.

 

How Can the Ban on Entry to Turkey Be Lifted?

The systems of the entry ban to Turkey depend on a number of factors and the person’s performance. In general, a person who is banned from entering Turkey can follow the following ways to remove the restriction:

  1. Expiration of the Ban

If the entry restriction period to Turkey has been applied for a certain period of time, waiting for this period to expire may lead to the automatic lifting of the ban.

  1. Do Not Object

If you feel that the ban is unfair or erroneous, you have the right to appeal. The appeal process and conditions are determined by immigration members or consulates.

Please note that the scope of the deportation, how long it will be applied for and the conditions under which it can be removed may vary. For this reason, you can get information by contacting us about the evaluation of the deportation and the removal of the deportation order in order to have the correct information.

 

Who are the Foreigners who Will Not Be Subject to Deportation Decision?

  • Foreigners cannot be deported if they are in danger of death or torture in the country to which they are sent. It is checked whether there are signs of reality in this regard.
  • If a deported foreigner has a travel disability, such as pregnancy or old age, the person cannot be deported.
  • A person cannot be deported if the person receives important medical treatment in Turkey and the country to which he will be sent does not offer this treatment, or if the transfer process will have a negative impact on the foreigner’s health.
  • Foreigners who have been subjected to sexual violence, human trafficking or severe physical or mental violence and are still receiving medical treatment cannot be deported in these cases.

It is stated in the law that no deportation decision can be taken against these persons.

 

What is the Invitation (Call to Leave)?

A foreigner who has the right to be deported does not need to be sent to a deportation center if he applies to law enforcement agencies for deportation or decides to leave the country instead of being deported through a lawyer. It would be much better for these foreigners to have a legal procedure called requesting permission. Foreigners who apply for an invitation to leave have at least 15 days to leave Turkey. This period is limited to 30 days.

Foreigners do not need to report their status to law enforcement in order to be invited to leave. In general, people who are found to have violated visa regulations and are subject to a deportation order by the executive branch may also be invited to leave the country. This situation is left to the discretion of the executive branch.

However, the provisions of the invitation to exit regime will always be applied to the foreigner who voluntarily reports the situation to law enforcement agencies.

 

Travel Expenses of the Foreigner to be Deported

Foreigners’ passports or other documents can be kept until they are deported, and their tickets can be exchanged for cash for deportation proceedings.

The travel expenses of the deported foreigners should be their own. If the foreigner does not have money, the travel expenses are covered by the General Administration. If the foreigner’s current money is not enough to cover all travel expenses;

1) Travel expenses are covered by the General Directorate, the foreigner’s current allowance is sufficient to meet the basic needs of the deported foreigner determined by the General Directorate at the beginning of each financial year, and the rest is recorded as income.

2) If the foreigner’s current money falls below the amount sufficient to meet his basic needs, all travel expenses will be covered by the General Directorate and his current money will be left to him.

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