Following the outbreak of the coronavirus in South Africa and the declaration of a national disaster, employers may be facing uncertainty about the status of their expatriate employees, an emigration expert has said.
Fellow South Africans, I am addressing you this evening on a matter of great national importance. The world is facing a medical emergency far graver than what we have experienced in over a century. The World Health Organisation has declared the coronavirus outbreak as a global pandemic. There are now more than 162 000 people […]
The changes within the immigration law from 2014 has implemented a more stringent sanction to those who overstay their visit. Despite the cause or reason for doing so, just a fine will no longer do, refusing entry to South Africa and a ban is repercussions for overstaying one’s visit.
Children born in SA to foreign parents are eligible to apply for South African citizenship, this follows an elongated journey after the Constitutional Court ruled in favor of Mariam Ali, Aden Salih, Kanu Nkoloko, Caroline Masuki, Murphy Nganga and everyone who are born in SA and reached a major age.
The Coronavirus outbreak has impacted many foreign nationals finding themselves at the end of the validity of their Intra Company Transfer Work Visas or Short-Term Visas and in need to travel back to their home country to apply for new visas to extend their stay.
In June 2019, the Constitutional Court of South Africa delivered a ground-breaking judgement which allows foreign spouses and children of South African citizens and Permanent Residency holders to change status of their visa conditions in South Africa with immediate effect.
The number of LNG and construction projects has skyrocketed in the last 12 months leading to an increase in Immigration and Labour inspections in Mozambique.
The UK Government has announced its plans to introduce a points-based-post-Brexit immigration system. Consequently, low-skilled workers and non-English speakers will no longer qualify for UK visas and the Home Office stated that EU and non-EU citizens intending to relocate and work in the UK, would be treated equally following the end if the UK-EU free […]
On the back of our last 4 months’ client visits in the DRC, Zambia, Mauritius, Middle East and London we again had the privilege of engaging with various groups of highly skilled South Africans abroad, literally from all races, ages and backgrounds.
Ghana’s export economy is thriving following being named the 70th largest export economy in the world in 2017. Furthermore, its oil and gas industry is booming with a recorded export of $2.97 billion of crude petroleum in 2017, according to the Observatory of Economic Complexity.
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