WHO WE ARE

IBN Immigration Solutions is an award winning immigration company providing specialist immigration services for South Africa and various other African countries as well as some international markets. We also offer short-term business visas worldwide.

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HOW WE HELP

IBN’s tailored approach to immigration enables us to service multinationals and private individuals alike. Our highly qualified and experienced consultants do their utmost to deliver a personal and warm service thereby allowing you to focus on your business.

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WHERE WE ASSIST

IBN started some 18 years ago by offering immigration & business solutions to corporate and individuals establishing a business presence in country or immigrating to South Africa. As a member of Global Immigration Network (GIN), IBN broadens its horizons and can now offer its clients immigration services to most major global business destinations.

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IBN VISION

Enabling talent to work and live within Africa and make a contribution to develop this energetic and fascinating continent and its people.

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Permanent residence for South Africa

October 13th, 2018|0 Comments

Permanent residence for South Africa Permanent residence in South Africa can be applied for in the following categories: Business Retirement Financial independence Five years of continuous employment in the Republic Critical Skills Spouse/child/parent/first step of kinship of a South African citizen or permanent resident

Announcing: Intouch Relocations and IBN Immigration Solutions Partnering

October 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Announcing: Intouch Relocations and IBN Immigration Solutions Partnering to Provide Integrated Relocation and Immigration Services in Africa Connecting the dots in Africa with the right people, local expertise and technologies For some time, our respective local clients have expressed the need for an Africa wide immigration and relocation solution offering a single point of coordination, global service levels and real local expertise by an African company in Africa.

Changes to make it easier for tourists, business people and academia to come to South Africa

September 28th, 2018|0 Comments

Changes to make it easier for tourists, business people and academia to come to South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a package last week to stimulate the slow South African economy. The current restrictive visa regulations came into focus and Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba announced the following on 25 September 2018:

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