IBN wins prestigious award

The Top 100 list was a tremendous success, bringing in over 4,000 nominations from all over the world for 2,000 nominees and we have narrowed it down to the top 100 of the industry. The voting was done by our industry colleagues and peers. We are proud to announce that we were selected as part of the Top 100 immigration service providers in the world! I am the owner of IBN Immigration Solutions, a mobility and immigration organisation with a truly African vision and presence. We provide legal and immigration services to companies and individuals who want to relocate to South Africa or elsewhere in Africa. Our offices are located in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Namibia, Kenya and Mozambique and I have professional agreements with local entities in several other major African markets.My belief is that every immigration enquiry should be concerned in its personal capacity, and according to the needs of the individual, whether it's through a company or private individual.

The following services are now available at Home Affairs during lockdown level-1!

Minister of Home Affairs Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi this week announced that certain departmental services which were halted during the level 3 lockdown will resume...

From the desk of the CEO

It is the end of January 2021 and things are starting to look more positive in South Africa. Our first batch of vaccines arrived and our president announced an easing of the alcohol ban and permission to...

Eased level 3 lockdown for South Africa

Due to the the decline in Covid-19 transmissions, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on 1 February 2021 that South Africa’s level 3 lockdown regulations will be relaxed. The President mentioned that the average number of daily infections has almost halved, while the number of hospital admissions has also dropped. While the indicators are pointing in the right direction...

2021-02-02T09:32:20+02:00Feb 2nd, 2021|Categories: Legal Development, SA Economy News|

Video: How employers can find out if employee documents are legal.

Are you in the progress of employing an individual with a foreign nationality? Not sure whether his/her Permanent Residence or...

Kenya extends certain measures and restrictions.

Authorities in Kenya issued a statement on the 3rd of January noting that certain measures and restrictions that are currently put in place with the aim to curb the spread of COVID-19, would be extended to...

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