Immigration & Employment of Foreign Nationals BREAKFAST SEMINAR
In South Africa, if you are a foreign national or you have foreign nationals working for
your company, and confirmation of employment is not declared with the Department
of Home Affairs or visas have expired, both you / your company could be at risk.
Also, on 26 September 2016, the Department of Home Affairs amended South Africa’s
immigration legislation to create more stringent penalties for foreigners who overstay
on their issued visas.
You are cordially invited to a breakfast seminar.
DATE: Thursday 26 January 2017
TIME: 09h00 for 09h30 to 11h00
(a light breakfast and coffee will be served from 09h00 to 09h30)
VENUE: UCT Graduate School of Business, 9 Portswood Rd,
V & A Waterfront, Cape Town – next to the Protea Hotel by
Marriott® Cape Town Waterfront Breakwater Lodge
COST: R350 excl. VAT
SPEAKERS: Shepstone & Wylie’s Niki Gerneke, Head of Immigration Law,
Mandy Simpson, Tax Partner and Andreas Krensel, Managing Director of
IBN Business & Immigration Solutions
RSVP: To Nhuddle@wylie.co.za by Friday 20 January with the attendee name,
surname, job title, email address and company VAT number for your invoice
• South Africa’s immigration legislation
• General work visas
• Intra-company work visas
• Dependent visitors visas
• Study visas
• Foreigners who overstay on their visas
• Setting up a business in South Africa
• Penalties and possible repercussions for employers and employees
• Immigration compliance for private individuals
• Expatriate tax considerations and risks
• Immigration regulation in South Africa:
Where are we going and how do we compare with the rest of Africa?