Africa Immigration Series (AIS) - Introducing NAMIBIA Africa Immigration Series (AIS) is a series of articles to be published on our blog frequently. Each article will explore the Africa’s expat mobility landscape and a brief overview of the current economic situation and investment opportunities. Our next country article focuses on Namibia:
NAMIBIA: Home Affairs has increased permit application fees The Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration in Namibia has increased permit application fees for international students, those seeking permanent residence status, employment as well as for the replacement of lost identity cards.
Greener pasture for Namibia and Togo As Namibia and Togo enter in agreement with each other, this means better green pastures for both Namibia and Togo. Namibia and Togo have signed a memorandum of understanding on Political and diplomatic consultations.
Foreign bank accounts of Namibian Home Affairs ministry officials exposed The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) has issued a thorough investigation into the Namibian Home Affairs foreign bank accounts. This investigation was announced after it was brought to the ACC’s attention that money was being paid into foreign bank accounts and not accounted for.
Namibia: Judge orders Namibia Home Affairs to train their officials Quite a dramatic statement was recently made by a judge in Namibia ordering in his judgement the Department of Home Affairs to design a training program for their officials in order to increase compliance with the law. “A shocking exposure of the institutional incompetence of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration” is what Judge Shafimana Ueitele called the unlawful detention of almost 50 people assumed to be in Namibia illegally.
2017 at IBN Immigration Solutions It is December again – time to wish our readers a wonderful festive season and say thank you for your support during the past year. Another year has rushed by and I hope it was a good one for you. For South Africa it was a very turbulent and rather frustrating one with the missing political leadership and the Steinhoff saga.