Register a business in Turkey - Assistance

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f you want to register a business in Turkey, you'll first need to find out if you're allowed to do so. You may not be able to register a business in some parts of the city, so make sure to check beforehand. Make sure to bring along copies of your passport, birth certificate, marriage license, proof of residency, bank statements, and anything else they ask for.

We'll assist you in the entirety of the process and make it hassle free. Chat with us now for more information.

Included in this service

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Drafting the power of attorney sample for the client

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Obtaining Potential tax numbers for the Client

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Organizing the notary and the translator for the issuance of the Power of Attorney

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Registering Foreign shareholders to the electronic registration system

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Reserving the Title of the company in the system.

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Arranging a virtual office for the company temporarily (will be separately charged)

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Determining and drafting the Fields of activity

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Obtaining Potential tax number for the LLC from the relevant tax office.

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Preparing the Articles of association and reviewing in accordance

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Allocating the shares.

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Submitting the Application

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Getting an appointment from the relevant directorate of the chamber of commerce.

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Attending the appointment at the chamber of commerce

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Signing the articles of association in front of the relevant officer on behalf of the client.

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Paying the Fees in cash at the same time in the appointment.

Pricing Breakdown

Price breakdown for all categories of services.

Full-Service Fee

$3500

VAT +18%

$630

Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • You'll need to provide several different types of documents when registering a business in Turkey. These documents vary based on the type of business entity you decide to set up.

  • In order to start any type of business, whether it's a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, LLC, etc., you'll first have to register your business name with the local government. If you don't do this, then no one else can legally use your business name. In addition to registering your business name, you'll also have to file certain documents with the local government, depending on what type of business entity you choose.

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