Intergate Immigration Service has an expert team of immigration consultants and certified Home Affairs practitioners. The team has the latest knowledge on immigration legislation and has well established researched information on expected relocation procedures and changes.
Exchanging money can be a daunting experience. Our well-informed experts can save you avoidable charges. Incompass Financial Solutions will guide you through the exchange process. The experts will advise you on the best solutions, whether it is a lump sum of money or a staggered monthly transaction.
SA Homebuyers has been established with the aim of providing a sophisticated property buyers service. Acting as an independent property consultant, the service provides an unashamed bias towards protecting the buyers interest and assists in securing you the right property, in the right area and at the best price.
Seeking tax advice is never high up on anyone's shopping list, however the perception that tax advice is a necessary evil is not always correct. Yes it is true that tax advice helps you to comply with legislation and ensures compliance but it can also offer the opportunity to structure your affairs in the most tax advantageous fashion.
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Opening up an appropriate bank account in South Africa often proves more difficult than you may think. We are able to provide our clients with advice on local banking, cash accounts for lump sums and Swiss banking.
The Department of Home Affairs for South Africa offers both immigration services for foreigners wishing to obtain a permit or visa to visit or immigrate to South Africa, as well as civic services for the citizens of South Africa.
Immigrantion Permits, Visa's, Residency and Citizenship Services
Classified as services for visitors on holiday, business or medical trips, work seekers, workers, students, marriage and partners of South African citizens.
The Department of Home Affairs acknowledges on its website its role in the delivery of these services but also states "Many times, the successful delivery of these services relies not only on our efforts. You have the responsibility of providing the Department with the correct documentation at the correct service delivery points".
In essence the prospective immigrant needs to ensure their permit, visa or residency application is in the correct category – (work permit, business permit, retired permit, study permit, spousal permit, life partner permit, relatives permit), the correct permit application is completed and that it is submitted correctly at the appropriate service delivery point.
If you are unsure what type of permit you need to apply for please visit the below:
The Department of Home Affairs registers professional immigration practitioners who are provided with power of attorneys, by prospective clients to prepare, submit and monitor their permit applications. Immigration practitioners are registered with home affairs after meeting the eligibility criteria that includes supplying to home affairs police clearance, a commitment in writing to adhere to the home affairs code of conduct for immigration practitioners and successful completion of the examinations as laid down by the Director–General of Home Affairs South Africa.
Clients utilising the services of an immigration company should ensure that they deal with an organisation that has registered immigration practitioners.