Turkey, with its growing population of 81 million people, is always a popular destination for leisure and business purposes.
Turkey is always attractive, with its key position between Europe, Asia
With cities like İstanbul, Bursa, Yalova, Ankara, İzmir, Muğla (Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, Kaş) Adana and Antalya, Turkey is in top 5 tourism destination of the world since
Countries as defined by its passports power and strength on Henley Passport Index and The Passport Index. When you looked to those ratings, can see that Turkish Passport is worlds strongest 39th according to 2019 evaluations.
Turkish Passport, with its 115 visa-free countries (71 no visa required, 44 visa-on-airport with a basic fee) access; is also giving several incentives and business supports to its holders.
Currently, Turkey is in top 20 economies of the world and from Bloomberg’s perspective, Turkey seems to be the biggest 5th improving economy by 2030
On September 19, 2018; Turkey has significantly eased the required limits for foreigners to acquire Turkish citizenship, according to new regulations published in the country’s Official Gazette.
How to Qualify
1- Proven by the Ministry of Industry and Technology to have made a minimum fixed capital investment of USD 500,000 or equivalent foreign currency or Turkish lira.
a. Proven by the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency to have deposited at least USD 500,000 or equivalent foreign currency or Turkish lira in banks operating in Turkey with the condition of not to withdraw for at least three years.
b. Proven by the Capital Markets Board of Turkey to have bought at least USD 500,000 or equivalent foreign currency or Turkish lira worth of real estate investment fund share or venture capital investment fund share with the condition that they cannot be sold for at least three years.
c. Proven by the Ministry of Treasury and Finance to have bought at least USD 500,000 or equivalent foreign currency or Turkish lira worth of government bonds with the condition that they cannot be sold for at least three years.
2- Proven by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization to have acquired a real estate worth a minimum of USD 250,000 or equivalent foreign currency or Turkish lira with a title deed restriction on its resale for at least three years.
3- Proven by the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Services to have created jobs for at least 50 people.
4- Special Conditions and Immigration Cases
Anyone considering Citizenship by Investment Program would be those doing residence permits in Turkey. Turkey serves as a safe haven for those who come from different backgrounds such as less moderate Muslim countries and non-free financial systems.
When you checked with the Passport Index results of 2019, Turkey has better position compared to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, Iran, Eygpt, India, Pakistan, and several others. I believe investors from those nations will enjoy the program.
Also this is the WhatsApp Service that gives consultation on applications.