The Turkey Citizenship by Investment Program
This Program Page is sponsored by CIP Turkey.
PROGRAM TYPE: Citizenship
OPENING YEAR: 2017
TOTAL INVESTMENT RAISED: US$200 million+
VISA-FREE DESTINATIONS: 110
See the official website of the government entity responsible for processing applications to the program.
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Recent articles about this program
The growth of investment migration in Turkey – both inbound and outbound – has no parallels in RCBI history. What explains this boom?
Turkish CBI providers report sharply increased demand from both remote and touring clients, which they expect to continue throughout 2021.
As manufacturing in China becomes difficult and expensive thanks to the Sino-American trade war, Turkey’s economy is emerging as a big winner.
Yuksel is receiving daily requests from clients and is helping start the process directly from their countries of residence.
The figures imply that Turkey naturalized an average of 1,333 main applicants a month during the height of the COVID-19 outbreak.
6 luxury detached villas, each with a private swimming pool, along with 34 two-bedroom apartments, overlooking the bay of Gumusluk.
Food-, energy-, and health-security – in addition to mobility – are quickly becoming crucial factors in alternative residence and citizenship decisions.
The Home Office saw 52% YoY growth in Turkish Businessperson Visas in 2019. Brexit’s releasing the UK from its Ankara Agreement obligations has something to do with it.
Application data for Turkey’s citizenship by investment program, as reported by the government, defy belief; nearly 25,000 new citizens in 17 months.
As Turkey’s Ministry of Interior grants visa-free travel to another six European countries, the expected visa-waiver agreement with the EU moves closer.