Sep 27 2023
263: How To Get A Turkish Passport
In today’s episode, I bring to you a personal report of a portion of my month-long trip that I just returned from as we focus on my time in Turkey, including an update on the citizenship by investment I am working on from there. While it was an incredible trip, it wasn’t all roses, as we had some challenges to face along the way.
I don’t hold back - you’ll get the good, the bad and the ugly of my experience in Turkey, one of my favourite countries. Enjoy!
TODAY’S EPISODE ABOUT MY TURKEY TRIP
Find out what it was like travelling with my entire family - my wife, the kids, my mom, and even the nanny - through four different countries.Learn about some of the difficulties I encountered while pursuing my citizenship by investment program for Turkey.Hear about all the incredible (and not-so-incredible) properties that I saw and the endless hurdles we faced along the way while shopping for real estate.Find out how we ran into a major complication with our CBI due to our marriage taking place outside of both of our native countries.Listen in to hear about our run-in with a pickpocketer that snatched my mother’s purse - a stark reminder to never let your guard down while travelling.Learn all about my experience at the awe-inspiring Galata Towers - this is one place you absolutely cannot miss when in Istanbul.Come to understand why - despite some of its issues - Istanbul remains one of my favourite cities in the world.
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Well, that’s it for my trip to Turkey. While I went into this episode with the plan to discuss my entire trip, the conversation about Turkey and the efforts I am making to achieve my citizenship by investment was plenty enough to fill its own episode.
In a perfect world, I’d only have positive things to report about the process, but one of the reasons I do these programs is to find the roadblocks so that my clients don’t have to. And rest assured, when it’s all said and done, I will be the owner of a Turkish passport.
If you enjoyed this behind-the-scenes glimpse into my experience in Turkey, leave a comment and let me know. I may very well follow this up with reports on my experiences in Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan, so stay tuned!Mentioned in this episode:ExpatGuideBooks.com