Amnesty for illegal residents and workers in North Cyprus officially out

The "Immigration Amnesty", officially known as the "Foreigners Immigration (Amendment) Bill", approved by the TRNC Parliament by a majority of votes last week has been officially approved.

The bill officially entered into force on Thursday after it was published in the Official Gazette.

With the new regulation, people living without a resident and work permit, including those who have been deported or detained will be able to benefit from the amnesty by paying the monthly minimum wage of around 5,000 Turkish Lira.  

If approved by the Chief Immigration Officer, offenders will not be held responsible for the penalties levied against them. 

According to the study of the bill; Foreign nationals who did not leave the country despite the expiry of their visitor permit will be able to apply to the Immigration Office within 90 days from the start of the bill.

If their application is approved,they will be able to benefit from the amnesty by depositing the current monthly minimum wage within 10 days.

On the other hand, foreign nationals residing in the country without permission before the bill came into force or for whom an arrest or deportation decision has not been made will be able to apply online to the Immigration Department within 90 days.

After payment, these persons will then be granted a 60-day visitor permit, without any fees, by the Immigration Department.

Those whose last entry into the country is with a tourist visa, whose permit period expires before January 1, 2020 and who continue to stay in the country without permission, will not be able to benefit from the rules of this article.

If foreign nationals who are found to be in the country without permission and whose entry is prohibited, enter the country with a 'preliminary permit' after finding a job in the north of Cyprus, within 90 days from the date of entry into force of the bill, and pay a fine equal to the monthly minimum wage at the time of entry, they will not be held responsible for the rest.

It will also be available to people who apply for university education and receive an acceptance certificate or who take a break from their education and submit a student certificate.

The aforementioned regulation will also cover the spouses of TRNC citizens, the spouses of persons with a residence permit, student permit, work permit, business establishment or business permit, and unmarried children under the age of 25 and children with disabilities over the age of eighteen.

If these persons enter the country within 90 days after the bill comes into force and pay a fine equal to the monthly minimum wage, they will not be held responsible for the remainder of the fine.

A 60-day visitor permit will be granted upon entry into the country.

On the other hand, foreign nationals residing in the country without permission or working, arrested and deported from the country before the effective date of this law can apply in writing to the embassies, consulates or representations abroad within 90 days.

Persons whose applications are approved will not be held responsible for the remainder of the penalty if they pay a fine amounting to the monthly minimum wage by entering with a preliminary permit after finding a job within 90 days.

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