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1st Fine for Failure to Obtain a Student Residency Permit

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Residency guide
Residency guide

Application Process for Student Residence Permit

🚨 Fines can be annoying, but it’s key πŸ”‘ to stay on top of your student residency permit, especially when studying abroad 🌍. Keeping your student residency permit valid βœ… and current helps dodge legal issues 🚫 and potential fines πŸ’Έ.

Foreign students 🌐 aiming for associate, bachelor’s, master’s, or PhD programs in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) need a Student Residence Permit πŸ“„. This permit is crucial for a smooth and lawful stay πŸ›Œ during your studies

To apply for a student residence permit, the process has been made convenient and accessible. Students studying at universities can easily make their applications through the official website of the Department. By following the necessary steps and completing the application, you can obtain your student residence permit without any hassle. You can find the online application link here.

If you are already 18 years old but still in secondary education in the TRNC, you are eligible to apply for a student residence permit.

If you’re over 18 and still in secondary education in TRNC, you’re eligible for a student residence permit 🏫. Just provide a valid passport πŸ›‚, student certificate πŸ“œ, and payment receipt from the TRNC tax office πŸ’°. Head to the Immigration Department with these documents to finish your application πŸ“Œ. Once you have these documents ready, simply visit the Immigration Department to complete the application and obtain your student residence permit. Also you can check our blog to see how you can apply for Student Residency Permit.

Student Residence Permit Renewal and Fines !

In TRNC, having a current student residence permit is a must πŸ“…. Renew it for 1 or 2 years to avoid fines.

Got fined?

Apply at TRNC consulates or representations in person within 90 days to utilize the amnesty by paying a gross minimum wage πŸ›οΈπŸ’°.

πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡· For those in TRNC:

  • If your permit expires upon entry, apply online and pay a minimum wage within 10 days from the Immigration Department’s approval date πŸ“†πŸ’΅.
  • If you have a Deportation Order for Unauthorized Residence but haven’t been deported, apply online and pay a minimum wage within 10 days from the approval date βš οΈπŸ’΅.

🌍 For those abroad:

  • Visit TRNC consulates or representations personally within 90 days. After the Immigration Department’s review and approval, pay a gross minimum wage upon entry to enjoy amnesty πŸ›‚πŸ’°.

Even if you were deported for not having a permit but don’t pose a security risk, you and your family can still benefit from the amnesty. Pay the monthly gross minimum wage and state-covered transportation costs during deportation to the income and tax office online πŸ’³πŸ’°.

Make sure your student residence permit is always valid and up-to-date for a worry-free and lawful study experience in TRNC πŸŽ“πŸ“š. Follow the necessary steps and keep your permit in check πŸ“βœ¨.

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