Turkey Deport Procedures for Israel Citizens
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Deport decision means the deportation of a foreign national who is Turkey and a ban on entry into Turkey. If the foreign national is in violation of the visa in the Republic of Turkey (for example, staying for 6 months with a 3-month visa) and engages in illegal and immoral activities, he/she is deported. In addition, if he/she is engaged in activities such as being dangerous for the public and national security or health, using his/her visa for a specific purpose for a different reason (for example, working in Turkey without a work permit), he/she will be deported as a result of these situations.
Persons who are not bound to the Republic of Turkey by citizenship are considered as ‘foreigners’ within the Turkish legal order. Foreign persons have a different legal status. However, the basic factor in accepting a person as a foreigner is whether or not he/she has Turkish citizenship.
In order for an Israel citizen, who has been deported and processed, to return to the Republic of Turkey, the ban on entry must be lifted, that is, the deportation decision must be lifted. Abolishment of the deport decision may present very crucial situations for foreign nationals. For example, deported persons have to live separately form their spouses and children, or they may face problematic conditions in the countries they are sent to.
Reasons for Deport of Israel Citizens
The most crucial issue regarding the annulment of the deportation decision is the reason behind the deportation decision. Accordingly, Israel citizens may be deported for short time or banned from entering Turkey for a lifetime. The reasons for deportation may vary. Among these, we can list the most common reasons such as exceeding the visa limit or not extending the residence permit period. When we consider the illegal behaviour of a foreign national (in this case an Israel citizen) in the Republic of Turkey, which we have identified as one of the most fundamental reasons, we encounter the following reasons in practice related to this: