What you need to know about being declared an undesirable person (South Africa)

If you have made South Africa your home, whether for a few years or with the intention to stay permanently, one of the worst (immigration) nightmares is the idea of being declared an undesirable person. We understand the fears related to...

2021-04-29T11:32:30+01:00Apr 29th, 2021|Categories: Immigration|Tags: , , , |

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...

Important updates for South Africa

This month I wish to share with you three relevant updates regarding South Africa. If you are a spouse of a South African citizen, have a South African child or are a Chinese national based in South Africa, this update is important for you.

South Africans to benefit from new changes made to the Schengen Visa

South Africans are now subject to several changes in terms of visa application procedures, rules and benefits, which started when the new changes were made to the Visa in the beginning of February. The Schengen visa is one of the most famous visas in the world, and one of the best to have. These new changes that were brought forward, grants its holder the possibility of traveling to 26 European countries, where 22 of them are part of the European Union.

2020-03-04T10:54:33+00:00Mar 4th, 2020|Categories: International, Legal Development, Uncategorised|Tags: , |

Peace of mind when you choose a FIPSA-registered practitioner

Peace of mind when you choose a FIPSA-registered practitioner In a nutshell: Why your immigration advisor should be a FIPSA-registered practitioner to ensure valuable and valid advice.

Home Affairs minister signs waiver which allows children to enter South Africa without Birth Certificates

Home Affairs minister signs waiver which allows children to enter South Africa without Birth Certificates Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, the Minister of the Department of Home Affairs has signed the waiver which will allow foreign minors to enter South Africa without carrying unabridged birth certificates and consent letters anymore.

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