What is the Certificate of Conformity?

People who wish to obtain Turkish citizenship through an investment would often wonder what the certificate of conformity is all about.  

The certificate of conformity is a document that evaluates if an immovable property acquired by a foreigner qualifies for Turkish citizenship via investment. You can apply for Turkish citizenship in Turkey by investing in real estate or through other means. It is a unique form of citizenship for investors that may be obtained in as little as two or three months by purchasing property in Turkey worth at least $250,000 USD.

One of the most crucial papers to get following title deed transfer is a certificate of conformity. Investors cannot seek for citizenship if the bought real estate is not appropriate for citizenship, or if its value is not shown to be less than $250,000 USD.

After the title deed transfer, an application with the following papers is submitted to the General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre to acquire a conformance document:

  • Bank receipts demonstrating that the real estate transaction amount has been transferred to the seller.
  • Report on real estate value
  • On the title deed, the promise “will not be sold for 3 years” must be written.

Make sure that you have accurate documents before you proceed.

The certificate of conformity is a document that certifies that the property acquired is eligible for Turkish citizenship. There are multiple approaches available for you to follow and obtain this certificate. Going through the process on your own can be tricky. That’s where you can seek the assistance of www.elmaslarrealestate.com. The expert consultants will guide you throughout the process and help you with making an informed decision at the end of the day.