It is no longer possible to apply for Turkish citizenship through investment in real estate with the acquisition of a property as share partners.
Yes, that is correct. As I mentioned earlier, the rules for acquiring citizenship through real estate investment vary from country to country, and in Turkey, it is no longer possible to apply for citizenship through investment in real estate with the acquisition of a property as a share partner.
In order to be eligible for Turkish citizenship through real estate investment, the property must be registered in the name of a single foreign person and must have a minimum value of $400,000. It is not possible for more than one person to gain citizenship through a single property in this case.
It is important to carefully research and understands the specific requirements for obtaining citizenship through real estate investment in Turkey or any other country.
It is also a good idea to consult with a qualified Turkish citizenship lawyer or other legal experts to ensure that you fully understand the process and requirements.
Also, there is another law announced; that an immovable property can be subject to Turkish citizenship only once. This means that if a property has already been used as the basis for obtaining Turkish citizenship, it cannot be used again for this purpose.