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Turkey begins issuing long-term residency permits to Crimean Tatars in August

by The Kyiv Independent news desk August 12, 2022 4:20 AM 1 min read
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Turkish Migration Service has started issuing long-term residency permits, citing common Turkic roots to Crimean Tatars according to Anadolu Agency. Now, Crimean Tatars don’t have to continuously remain in the country for eight years to obtain a long-term residency, unlike other foreigners. Previously, Ahiska Turks, Uighurs, and ethnic Turks from Bulgaria and Greece had this status in Turkey, according to the news agency.

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