Transition to Turkish citizenship; The Republic of Turkey with foreign citizenship without / person is the acquisition of Turkish citizenship.
It provided that there is a situation that creates danger for national security regardless of the length of residence in Turkey will be able to re-acquire Turkish citizenship.
Due to the lineage or place of birth;
• Results in terms of spouses: The acquisition of Turkish citizenship by the decision of the competent authority has no effect on the citizenship of the other spouse.
• Consequences for children: The adult children of the person who has been granted Turkish citizenship by a decision of the competent authority are not affected in any way by the mother or father's Turkish citizenship. Acquisition of Turkish citizenship only results for young children. Young children who have custody of the person who has acquired Turkish citizenship will gain Turkish citizenship if the other spouse consents. In the event that the other spouse does not consent to the acquisition of Turkish citizenship of the children, the procedure shall be taken according to the decision of the court of residence where the mother or father has a habitual residence. The competent court decides on the interests of the child in acquiring Turkish citizenship, depending on the mother or father who has acquired Turkish citizenship.
• Children who are not affected by the acquisition of Turkish citizenship by their parents may acquire Turkish citizenship by taking into consideration the provisions of naturalization in general by the decision of the competent authority.
• Foreigners who have acquired Turkish citizenship may obtain Turkish names and surnames on condition that they make a request. There is no hindrance in using the previous names and surnames provided that they use the letters used in the Turkish alphabet.
Applying Turkish citizenship can be realized in many ways. A foreigner who meets any of the following conditions can acquire citizenship by the proposal of the Ministry and the decision of the Council of Ministers:
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