Residency is an environment that is defined by a person on the purpose of carry on the subsistence legally. This regulation which is required on social and legal order structure of foreigners is certainly valid for the individuals who are present within the borders of Turkey and who are not citizens of the Republic of Turkey such as British citizens, English citizens, United Kingdom citizens, Irish citizens, Belgian citizens, Netherland citizens, French citizens, Russian citizens, Austrian citizens, Saudi Arabian citizens, Afghan citizens, Syrian citizens, Algerian citizens, Australian citizens, Azerbaijani citizens, Canadian citizens, Danish citizens, Egyptian citizens, Greek citizens, Indonesian citizens, Iranian citizens, Israeli citizens, Italian citizens, Japanese citizens, Kazakhstani citizens, Kuwaiti citizens, Lebanese citizens, New Zealand citizens, Norwegian citizens, Philippine citizens, Portuguese citizens, Spanish citizens, Swedish citizens, Swiss citizens, Tunisian citizens, Turkmen citizens, Ukrainian citizens and German citizens residing in Güvercinlik, Yalıçiftlik, Mumcular, Kızılağaç, Torba, Gündoğan, Gölköy, Türkbükü, Yalıkavak, Gümüşlük, Kadıkalesi, Turgutreis, Akyarlar, Ortakent-Yahşi, Bitez, Konacık, Kıyıkışlacık, Boğaziçi, Gümbet, Güllük, Milas or Bodrum.
Requirements for a spouse from abroad in Bodrum Turkey
The association of the spouse from abroad exists if the following conditions are met:
The spouses pursue a purpose that goes beyond the realization of the marital cohabitation. As a result, only one spouse forms assets. The company can be a classic company, such as a business but also real estate assets, but not the acquisition and construction of the family home. It is then questionable what happens in the event of a separation of the spouses if there is an internal spouse. The dissolution of the spouse’s internal society: property equalization despite separation of property. If the spouses live in the legal community of property of the community of gains, an appropriate compensation is often already provided through the compensation of profits, so that one does not have to resort to the spouse’s society. However, it must be taken into account that the spouse who requests compensation is not limited to claiming compensation. Rather, the right to compensation for profits stands alongside the right to compensation under company law.