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British flag Consulate of the United Kingdom in Izmir

Address1442 Sokak No 49
Alsancak PK 300
35220 İzmir
Turkey
Phonelocal: (0232) 463.5151
international: +90.232.463.5151
Faxlocal: (0232) 465.0858
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Barbara Harries
Tue, 6 Sep 2016 11:14 EDT
Appeal against refusal of visa application to U.K.
My daughter has been working tirelessly to try & arrange for her Turkish partner of 2 years to come to the U.K. in October for a short 10 day visit. The young man comes from a very large family, and she did explain in the visa application that our family would be paying for his return flight, accommodation and subsistence during the 10 days he was here. When the young man went to the consulate today to collect his passport (and hopefully visa), he was handed a letter saying his visa application had been turned down - apparently because his bank statement did not show regular income payments. My daughter has already funded this complete process, including two trips to Izmir by the young man, which has cost her almost £200. My question is this : How do we go about appealing this decision, as we have already guaranteed in the application form that our family will be funding the young man's stay & return flight, so what, or how much he has in his bank account is totally irrelevant. If there is no means of appeal, how does my daughter go about getting a refund for the £150 she spent applying for the visa, as she has nothing to show for it.
haydar salih
Sun, 29 Nov 2015 03:30 EST
renew passport
Dear sir
I move to Adana seven weeks ago i try to contact British consulate
I am British citizen my passport expire on 28/Nov/2015 could you pleas advice me if there is any British consulate in Adana
my mobile number is 05059731950
Abdulaziz Alsibai
Thu, 26 Nov 2015 02:58 EST
İzmir, Türkiye
Hello
I am Abdulaziz from Syria, and I now live in Turkey
I have a British friend and lives in London now
He wants to send a visa to enter Britain and visit him
Is this possible?
What should we do?
Thanks for the help us
Geoff Risebrow-Smith
Sun, 22 Nov 2015 06:02 EST
Missing Cousin
Hi British Consulate, I am trying to locate my cousin's daughter in Izmir. she is in her late 30's. My cousin and her mother both died the year before last. The family are British expats who have lived in Turkey since the second world war. They have lived at an address in Izmir for the last 30-40 years. We have a telephone number and an email address but have not obtained any response in the last 4 months. Please can you advise how we might be able to get help to contact her? Thank you.
Moustafa ali ahmad
Fri, 4 Sep 2015 15:40 EDT
I want to be refugees in your country
Iam moustafa kurdish from syrian in kobani city my job is pharmacist and my wife university student we have one daughter 1 year age we are staying in didim city in turkey we will very happy if your country accept us us refugees .
My email is aboudmustafa09@gmail.com
And my phone number 05458782700
dentist Mohammad AL Mohammad
Fri, 4 Sep 2015 00:19 EDT
migrant Application to UK
I from Syria .my job is dentistry . Now living in turkia and I meirred , l have five daughter , my old 43 years ,
I was left my city because the war .
So l need live by save and continue study of me and my daughter please accept my immigration order to UK .
Thanks
Lynnsarah young
Thu, 25 Jun 2015 07:38 EDT
Help need to go home
My husband has left me stranded in turkey with no money and our landlord wants me out, how do I get back to UK with no money?
Graham Pettener
Wed, 25 Mar 2015 09:57 EDT
Fraud?
CIN, NEDIM YALCIN and RAMAZAN YALCIN from Offices in Altinkum.

We agreed to represent them in the UK as Agents, contacting prospective Clients with a view to selling Properties Built by GAP Group(First Choice Turkish Homes). They agreed to pay us a commission on any Properties sold to the Clients.

The relationship was good at this stage.

Sami Yalcin came to the UK to obtain a Visa (he informed us.) He was lonely in his Hotel so we invited him to stay with us. He accepted and was with us for about six weeks. He was not charged anything and was looked after very well.

We were accepted as part of the Family and attended Sami Yalcins Wedding.

It is alleged that Sami Yalcin and Nedim Yalcin were declared Bankrupt at some stage. Subsequently, Ramazan Yalcin took over the running of the Company . We gave him instructions to sell two Properties we owned on Gold Sand Complex.

After much apparent stalling and telling us that he had a buyer i.e. waiting for Military clearance(failed)," Nedim Yalcin
has a Turkish buyer from Istanbul" etc., We were advised to contact a Solicitor in Didim who got information from the Tapu Office and much to our horror, it was found that the Apartments had been sold without our knowledge! The following is a copy of the email from the Solicitor.

We investigated your apartment buyers in the title deed Office. Apartment D-2 number 4 sold to Süleyman GÖKER who is Turkish in January 2015, apartment A-3 unit number 8 sold to Natalie SOFTA in July 2014.



We remortgaged our property in the UK to invest in the Apartments on Gold Sand Complex with the intention of selling them to fund our retirement. I am 78 years old this year.



We have had no response from the Yalcins.



We trusted the Yalcins and have been treated in an abominable way.



We have always found the Turkish people to be friendly and courteous. It must be acknowledged that treatment to foreigners of this sort can only damage the reputation of honest and friendly Turkish people.



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محمد غزال britsh syrian socity member shipx
Tue, 24 Mar 2015 07:01 EDT
طلب اللجوء الانساني لي ولاسرتي في المملكه المتحده
انا محمد غزال سوري الجنسيه عضو الجمعيه البريطانيه السوريه من مدينه حلب في سوريه ومنذ تاسيس هذه الجمعيه عام ٢٠٠٤ ابصفة مستسار اقتصادي الوضع الحالي التشرد من مدينة حلب بدون عمل او سكن بسبب الاعمال العسكريه والارهابية ولقد استطعت الخروج من المدينه ال تركيا منذ عشرين يوم واليكم شرحا للوضع الحالي انا محمد غزال بن محمد نور تولدعام١٩٥٧ مجاز بالاقتصاد من جامعة حلب عام ١٩٨١ ولقد كنت اعمل بصفة مستسار مالي واقتصادي في مكتبي الخاص حت وقوع الحرب زوجتي حنان قرنفل بنت صالح تولد عام ١٩٦٥ مجازة من جامعة حلب في العلوم الفيزياء وااكيمياء منذ عام ١٩٨٨ وعملت كمدرسه لعده من السنوات قبل وقوع الحرب اولب ثلاثة ابناء ذكور الاول محمد نور غزال تولد عام ١٩٨٨ ويعمل معي في مجال الخدمات المالية والابن الثاني صالح غزال تولد عام ١٩٩٢ ويعمل معي ايضا في نفس المجال والابن الثالث كرم غزال تولد عام ١٩٩٤ لديه اعاقة مستمره بسبب نقص الاكسجه الولاديه التي اثرت بالمشي والنطق نرجو المساعده في دخول اللمملكه المتحدهوالحصول ع اللجوء االانساني ال ان نقف اقوياء في مواجهة الحياة عنواني الحالي بتركيا مرسين شلتنا بلوك ا الشقه ١٦٦ ورقم موبايلي ٠٠٩٠٥٣٤٣٢١٣١٠٣ وتفضلو بقبول كل السكر والامتنان
faraja80@yahoo.com
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 08:41 EDT
can i see the answer of these comment please?
hi dear
how can i see the answer for each comment ?
because i have the same question about my finance ,i want to officially marry her at ismir,applying visa for her to joint me,as my wife.i am disable person and i have British citizenship.please let me know can i come to ismir and there do these thing there and wait for the result.

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