If you are finding the process of obtaining a South Africa work visa frustrating, stressful, overwhelming and even confusing, do not despair because you are not alone.
Many people often have the same struggles and frustrations trying to obtain a successful South Africa work visa. Do not become alarmed because we can help you.
What are the requirements for a general South Africa work visa?
Some of the requirements include:
• SAQA application.
• A full police clearance.
• Proof of job advertisement.
• Your contract of employment.
• Proof of good health.
• Registration with the appropriate professional body.
• Personal information and documentation.
• A duly completed application form as per the submitting embassy, consulate or Department of Home Affairs office.
How do I increase my chances of obtaining a South Africa work visa?
One of the best ways to increase your chances of success is to make use of an experienced and professional South Africa immigration company.
Making use of an experienced immigration company is going to help you in many ways. Not only is it going to help you increase your chances of success but it is also going to help relieve some of the stress and uncertainty.
What happens if my paper work is not in order?
Unfortunately if your paper work is not in order, this will greatly affect your chances of success. All your paperwork and documentation will need to be filled our correctly. You will have to have everything in order.
Nothing should be overlooked or left out. Everything needs to be filled in 100 per cent accurately otherwise your application will more than likely get rejected.
The good news
The good news is that we can help you through the process. Intergate Immigration has successfully been helping applicants with the requirements for general work visa applications since 2006 and to date have achieved in excess of 4000 granted work visa on behalf of its applicants.
Getting help with your visa or permit application
We welcome the opportunity to consult with you as to your eligibility for a visa /permit and answer any questions you may have with no obligation.