The 53rd most powerful passport in the world, giving visa-free or visa-on-arrival to 110 countries.
Turkey Citizenship by investment program provides for two avenues of investment:
An investment of US$ 250,000 in Turkish real estate, to be held for at least 3 years.
An investment of US$ 500,000 in one of the following forms:
- as bank deposits in a Turkish bank
- as capital investment in Turkey
- in Government bonds and bills
- in a venture capital fund or in a real estate investment trust in Turkey.
Additional Government fees will apply.
Modern Turkey was established in 1923, with a secular, unitary, Presidential system.
It is one of the largest emerging markets and serves as a geographical, and economic gateway between Europe and Asia. The Turkish economy is the world's 13th largest GDP by PPP  and 17th largest nominal GDP.
It's also a charter member of the UN, NATO, the IMF, World Bank, OECD, OIC, and G-20 making its global economic power and an attractive, stable place for investors.
Important sectors include tourism, automobiles, shipbuilding, electronics, banking, construction, textiles, oil refining, food, and mining. Its attractive cost of living, with no inheritance tax, makes it an outstanding choice for retirement.
Between South-eastern Europe and Asia. West of the Bosphorus, Turkey is part of Europe.
81,257,239 (2018 est.)
Turkish (official), Kurdish, other minority languages
783,356 square kilometers
Hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters; extreme in interior regions