According to Article 56 of the Law on Foreigners and International Protection (YUKK) No. 6458, individuals who have been deported from Turkey will be given a period of up to 30 days, but no less than 15 days, to leave the country. This period is specified in the deportation decision. However, this period may not be granted to individuals who pose a risk of escaping and disappearing, who violate the rules of legal entry or exit, use fake documents, try to obtain a residence permit with unfounded documents or are found to have taken it, or pose a threat to public order, public security, or public health.
In such cases, an Exit Permit will be issued to the individual. This document is free of charge and allows the individual to leave Turkey within the specified time frame. Liabilities regarding visa and residence fees and their penalties will still apply.
For example, if an individual has been deported from Turkey and is given a period of 30 days to leave the country, they will be issued an Exit Permit. This document will allow them to leave Turkey within the allotted time frame, but they will still be responsible for any outstanding visa or residence fees and their associated penalties. If the individual poses a risk of escaping or disappearing, or poses a threat to public order, public security, or public health, they may not be granted a period of time to leave Turkey and may be required to leave immediately.