Video: Retirement Visa for France – Q&A

Our CEO Andreas Krensel and our immigration consultant Hannah Mminele explains more in detail about the Retirement Visa for France. Watch the video for more! Contact us on [email protected] if you have any queries, or visit our website and complete the contact form and we will get back to you! www.ibn.co.za/contact-us/

2020-11-11T08:19:22+00:00Nov 11th, 2020|Categories: Immigration, International, Videos|Tags: , , , , , |

Video: International travel and life at the department of home affairs post Covid-19

Our branch manager in Johannesburg, Lindiwe Mapota, shares her experience with the submissions of applications at the Department of Home Affairs and also clarifies some confusion around international travel.

2020-11-03T08:09:20+00:00Nov 3rd, 2020|Categories: Immigration, International|

Can I travel to South Africa or not?

Since South Africa opened its borders on 1 October, there has been a lot of talk about ‘the list’ of high-risk countries and travelers originating from such countries being denied entry into South Africa in case the visit would be for tourism purposes. The initial list consisted of around 60 countries, of which mostly...

2020-10-30T09:07:39+00:00Oct 30th, 2020|Categories: Immigration, International|Tags: , , , |

What to expect from life in Namibia?

Namibia is located in the Southern part of Africa, is quite an interesting expat destination. Apart from its beautiful landscapes, it offers a business-friendly environment to expatriates wishing to settle here. The country is indeed one of...

2020-10-30T09:11:35+00:00Oct 29th, 2020|Categories: Immigration, International|Tags: , , , |

Germany is welcoming more Qualified Professionals

The pathways for non-EU residents to live and work in Germany have generally been tight. The Skilled Immigration Act, which came into power on 1 March 2020, has eased access to the German labour market for qualified professionals, in addition to the category of the EU...

Uganda Borders Reopening!

Uganda is reopening its international borders from 1 October! Borders will be open for tourism too and the requirements are as follows:

  • It's mandatory for all travelers that a Covid-19 PCR Test that has been taken within 72 hours before arrival, accompanies them.
  • Self-isolation is mandatory for 14 days – for all...
2020-10-02T13:33:01+01:00Oct 1st, 2020|Categories: Immigration, International|
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