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|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Stephenmoka4(m): 5:52am On Feb 12|
sicily4u:300k doesn't guarantee you'll be in Turkey, you should have other source of fund at hand or Bank that can keep you going (don't carry excess amount of money)
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by losobola: 7:57am On Feb 12|
INTERESTING..anywhere is better at the moment except staying in nigeria
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Papanwamaikpe: 9:41am On Feb 12|
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by slim147(m): 1:06am On Feb 13|
I’m going to Turkey next month . So many misleading comments on this thread , but I found one or two people who is saying the same thing my brother in Turkey said too. Listen! Turkey is a great country , cheap food and cheap rents. My brother is less than 1yr there and he’s fine and wants me to come over too. Getting a residence permit is super easy too. Besides, Turkey is 10000times better than Nigeria. If you have the opportunity, my brother move!!! You might fight it hard and strenuous at first but trust me. It’s worth it! Nigeria is Dead !!!
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by 9JAFULLBREED(m): 8:53am On Feb 13|
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Amadioha02: 12:11pm On Feb 13|
slim147:ignore the naysayers. Some of them no even get int'l passport. nothing good in life comes EASY. not everyone in US is doing fine. No country on Earth is perfect.
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by sicily4u: 2:06pm On Feb 13|
Is ur visa out already and how do u process it, I want to come over too to hustle
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by uptimum123(m): 10:30am On Feb 14|
Is it possible to get turkey visa to study Turkish language
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by uptimum123(m): 10:33am On Feb 14|
Is it possible to get turkey visa to study Turkish language
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by slim147(m): 2:14pm On Feb 14|
I don’t know about studying Turkish language ., it’s very easy to get Residence Permit with around 200$. So I’m sure with the RP you should be good
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by slim147(m): 2:16pm On Feb 14|
My childhood friend is in USA and I know what he’s going through but he can’t disclose it to even his family . Cos they won’t understand , one thing I’m sure of is . All European countries are far far better than Nigeria. Yes, you will definitely struggle for sometime , but it will always worth the suffering
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Theophinio(m): 2:33pm On Feb 14|
Sorry, i don't know
But i think is very possible
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by uptimum123(m): 3:13pm On Feb 14|
I am actually talking about getting to turkey first before residence permit,or should i go for the tourist option
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Amadioha02: 9:11pm On Feb 14|
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Joecrane(m): 10:01am On Feb 15|
Guy even me too, mine is 1.2million naira through my agent. My visa will be out next week hopefully. Honestly I know 3 people who are in turkey and doing very well. One of them was my couremate but dropped out. He just finished his duplex in the village last December. His family is in Port Harcourt but he frequents home. The other is just a small boy of 28 years doing really good. Has two houses right now. No country is an Eldorado but believe me you can't compare Nigeria to turkey. Nigeria is burning.
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Amadioha02: 11:31am On Feb 15|
Joecrane:when did you apply? have you done your interview?
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by aumeehn: 11:40am On Feb 15|
Turkey visa for 1.2million ha!!!
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by justwise(m): 1:08pm On Feb 15|
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by blank(f): 1:27pm On Feb 15|
What if they are into drugs? They won't tell you that. 1.2m is too much for Turkey visa that you can get yourself. Except you mean that they will present forged documents.
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by pansophist(m): 4:09pm On Feb 15|
I was in Turkey (Ankara) with friends for two weeks late last year. Turkey is like Nigeria in lots of ways, it has a huge population, its massive, and Turkish are generally business minded. The major cities are crowded and every corner is packed with businesses from small to large. I was in touch with the Nigerian community and from my observations, most of the Nigerians are running their own business, such as buying and importing to Nigeria, or English teachers. I met some students as well, but overall, teaching seems to be what many, if not most do.
The minimum wage in Turkey is about 350-400 USD monthly, but I believe you will earn more if you are not focused on jobs, but running your business. When I was there, I met a black American that own a language school, teaching businessmen and executives and earns handsomely. This is a niche that you can tap into, and with time, when it's clear you are good at what you do, you will earn bountifully. Turkey is not your typical hustling ground in my view, it is a conservative Muslim country. Also, the Turks are quite friendly, you will feel like home there, at least for me.
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Stephenmoka4(m): 6:46pm On Feb 15|
Be careful about agents, some people will tell you that they got a visa from ABC agent where as they are the agent. Peace
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Theophinio(m): 11:59pm On Feb 22|
Depends on your visa type
|Re: Planning To Relocate To Turkey by Sonsynas: 3:57am On Feb 23|
Hi guys. Does anyone know the next appointment date on Turkish website now?
I noticed that one need his statement of account while filling the online application that would lead to securing an appointment date with them.
Right now am not in country to print my statement of account.
Does anybody have any idea please?
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