Turkish immigration law is “too” dynamic, with changes to the law enacted and implemented almost on an annual basis. Until the time immigration processes become well-established, the cost and time associated with securing work and/or residence permits can be frustrating. Being aware of the difficulties the process imposes upon cross-border human resources, the Firm developed an immigration law practice to mitigate such frustrations. We have the capability to handle immigration work directly, but also in conjunction with independent specialists, with which our clients may already be working. In the latter case, our involvement often smoothens the burden associated with documentation, information flow and practical concerns.