Entry Procedures for Foreign Nationals with Ç-120 Restriction Records
Foreign nationals with Ç-120 restriction records may be uncertain about the procedures to be followed when attempting to enter the country. It is important to note that, according to Article 15 of the Foreigners and International Protection Law No. 6458, visas will not be issued to foreign nationals who have not paid their debts arising from violations of legal residence rights. Additionally, Article 7 of the same law states that foreign nationals who are not eligible for visas will be processed as unacceptable passengers.
However, if a foreign national with a Ç-120 restriction record comes to the border gates of our country to enter and pays the administrative fine, the Ç-120 restriction record may be lifted and a visa may be granted for entry into the country, provided there are no other reasons for entry to be prohibited.
For example, if a foreign national with a Ç-120 restriction record wishes to enter the country to visit their family, they may be required to pay the administrative fine and have their Ç-120 restriction record lifted before being granted a visa for entry. It is important for foreign nationals with Ç-120 restriction records to familiarize themselves with the entry procedures and requirements in order to avoid any issues when attempting to enter the country.