Turkey launched a Citizenship by Investment programme in 2017. Applicants may be granted residency, citizenship and passport if they invest in real estate or bank deposit. Turkish passport allows visa free travel to 110 countries. Thanks to Turkey connections and treaties, Turkish citizens are eligible to apply for US residency and work, through the E-2 Visa programme. AET + PARTNERS LTD. has a solid experience with Turkish Citizenship by Investment programmes over the years. We provide a quick and hassle-free service throughout the entire process.


  • Investments from $250,000
  • Citizenship in 3-6 months
  • Entire Family Residency: Including spouses, children under 18 years old, and disabled children of any age
  • No Residency Requirement
  • Visa Free Travel to 110 Countries
  • Fast Relocation to the US with USA E-2 Investor Visa


  • Real Estate

The Real Estate option is very attractive for investors. Turkey has one of the lowest cost Citizenship by Investment programmes. The property purchase amount required is $250,000 since 2018. The property can be let for rental income or sold after 3 years. Investors are not limited to investing into only a single property and have the right to acquire several properties. 

  • Bank Deposit

The required minimum investment for the citizenship programme is $500,000 for bank deposit or capital investment. The applicant must hold the investment for a least 3 years. 

  • Company Set Up

Investors have the option to set up a business and create jobs for at least 50 Turkish employees confirmed by the Ministry of Labour and Social Services. 

Process of the Turkish Citizenship Application

  1. Contact AET + PARTNERS LTD. Consultants
  2. Complete the investment
  3. Prepare documents
  4. Apply for resident permit
  5. Apply for citizenship

Contact Us

Please get in touch with our consultants at AET + PARTNERS LTD. for further details about the citizenship programmes in Turkey. Our team will be delighted to help you.

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