Tag: Ankara Agreement

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Record number of Turks apply to live and work in Britain before Ankara Agreement scheme ends

On 31 December 2020, the United Kingdom’s transition period with the European Union ends, and with it various legal arrangements including the Ankara Agreement. In operation since 1963, the Ankara Agreement allows Turkish nationals to establish their homes and businesses in participating member states in Europe with relative ease. Tens of thousands of Turks have […]

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Turkish entrepreneurs to launch legal challenge against the UK Home Office

  Turkish entrepreneurs who set up businesses in the UK under rights provided to them through the European Communities Association Agreement (ECAA, commonly known as the Ankara Agreement) are preparing to launch a legal challenge against the UK’s Home Office. Until 16 March 2018, Turkish nationals who set up businesses in the UK under the […]

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Ankara Agreement suspension – will you stand by or stand up?

Would you like to hear a story? It’s about a forgotten deal between the UK and Turkey, which came to life in the 90s. For the past two decades, the Ankara Agreement has been a strong and vital option in enabling commercial immigration from Turkey to Britain. Recently, the significant rise in new applicants has […]