Turkish Businessperson Visa ‘Ankara Agreement’ was part of the agreement which was formed in 1963 between Turkey and EU. The purpose of the European Community Association Agreement was to forge an association between the two entities, which would eventually lead to the full accession of Turkey. It led to cooperation on the movement of workers, the UK implemented a Turkish Businessperson visa.
It is unclear whether the Turkish businessperson visa will continue to exist at the start of 2021, as the UK will no longer be a party to the Ankara Agreement.
Eligibility for the Turkish businessperson visa
In order to be eligible for the Turkish businessperson visa, applicant will need to meet the following criteria:
If Applicant is planning to invest in an existing business partnership or company rather than creating a new business entity, they will need to prove to Home Office that they intend to have an active part in running the business and that there is a genuine need for their services and investment.
List of Documents require to be submitted as part of visa application.
The Home Office requires that applicant submit the following evidence as part of your application:
In terms of the business applicant intend to create or join:
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