10 On The Weekend is a weekly (-ish) feature in IMI, the concept of which is simple: Each time, we ask the same ten questions of a different IMI Pro, letting readers get to know the interviewee on a more personal and informal level than they might during the ordinary course of business. Our guest this week is Anastasia Barna, CEO of One World Migration.
In 2022, 153,000 Russians received a residence permit in Turkey, becoming the leaders in the number of permits issued among foreigners
In 2022, 153,000 Russians received a residence permit in Turkey, becoming the leaders in the number of permits issued among foreigners. Most of them received a tourist residence permit, valid for up to 1 year.
Iraq citizens are in second place - 131,000 residence permits, and the Syrians, who received 100,000 residence permits, and in third place.
The total number of foreigners in the country with a Turkish residence permit amounted to 1.354 million people.
According to the Turkish Migration Department, Azerbaijan is the leader in the number of residence permits issued on the basis of family ties or education.
The largest number of foreigners is registered in Istanbul and Antalya.
The total number of foreigners legally residing in Turkey increased by 40,000 compared to 2021.
Earlier it was reported that in 2022, the Russians showed the greatest interest in buying property in Turkey among all foreigners.
Businessmen and investors are choosing Dubai to invest their money into real estate. We will tell you more details about this lucrative market and present some up-to-date information on conditions, prices, popular objects, and overall trends.
One World Migration spoke with Lee Oldroyd, Chief Commercial Officer of Gulf Craft.