The Presidency of Migration Management made a new statement on 30.06.2022 regarding the residence permit application in Turkey. Foreigners’ quota, which was 25% before in Turkey, has been reduced to 20% as of June 1 to prevent foreigners from concentrating in certain regions of our country.
通常，在土耳其，禁止任何地区或领土拥有超过总人口 25% 的外国人口。然而，由于最近的移民违反了这项立法，土耳其最近几个月重申，它将限制这些外国人可以居住或用作其注册居所的地区或地点的数量。预计这种变化很快就会发生。
In response to this, Turkey’s Interior Minister, Süleyman Soylu announced that, as of June 1, neighborhoods were closed to some foreigners in its various states, in order to control their numbers in Turkey’s provinces and districts and to prevent their gathering in specific areas. According to the state immigration policy, foreigners cannot exceed 20% of the population in a neighborhood and 10% of the population in a town/district and city.
Now, a total of 1169 neighborhoods in 58 different cities are closed for new residence permit applications. There are 4 neighborhoods in Alanya district, 2 neighborhoods in Döşemealtı district, 3 neighborhoods in Konyaaltı district, and 1 neighborhood in Muratpaşa district among the closed neighborhoods in Antalya province.
注意：除此列表外，首次居留许可申请是通过显示以下地址进行的 Avcılar, Bahçelievler, Bağcılar, Başakşehir, Esenler, Esenyurt, Fatih, Küçükçekmece, Sultangazi and Zeytinburnu 伊斯坦布尔的地区将不被接受。
Of course not. In Turkey, real estate investments are still viable. The property you’ve bought can be rented out even if you don’t have a residence permit. If you need a residency permit, you must pay attention to the forbidden neighborhoods listed in the new law. Simply TR can answer all your questions about buying real estate in Turkey with its licensed sales consultants.