Address Registration: https://ico.ku.edu.tr/resources/registering-address/
II- Please contact our Human Resources Department to ask for your and your dependents’ health insurance policy documents. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are not insured yet, please click here to review our health insurance recommendations.
III- These apostilled certificates must be translated into Turkish and notarized.
If your country is not a party to the Apostille Convention, you have two options:
List of Parties to the Apostille Convention
Please click here to see the Apostille Convention Countries (Convention of 5 October 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents).
IV- There are 3 types of fees that a dependent must pay: Application Fee, Card Fee, Visa Fee (if applicable)
Since the dependents do not have their foreign ID numbers yet, they must obtain tax ID numbers to be able to pay their fees. To learn how to purchase a tax ID number, please visit our Tax ID web page.
Visa Fee: If you entered Türkiye without a visa because of Türkiye’s visa regime, you need to pay a visa fee to apply for a residence permit. For instance; German citizens can enter Türkiye without a visa. If they want to apply for a residence permit, they have to pay a visa fee.
Visa-fee-exempt countries: The citizens of the following countries do not have to pay visa fees: Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Czechia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Luxemburg, New Zeland, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, and Russia.
If you want to provide extra proof, you must have a bank statement from a Turkish bank. The statement must be in Turkish and hand signed with an authorized signatures list. There is no certain amount given by the authorities, but the amount in your account must be sufficient enough to financially assist your family and your life in Türkiye during the requested permit period.