Work Permit application for South Africa

Work Permit applications South Africa
Work Permit applications South Africa

Does what you do for work make you jump out of bed on a Monday morning?

Or would you rather be somewhere else?

We all get into self-defeating routines that can rob us of our dreams and passions. We are afraid to try new things because we might fail and we all need to maintain a certain status among our peer groups.

Research shows that change — whatever it is — improves our mood and productivity.

Making the decision to apply for South African Work Permit application might just be the spark that ignites your flame for adventure.

Ever considered working in South Africa?

Working abroad allows you to escape your inhibitions and do things you might not have considered. From the moment you decide to move abroad, your life turns into a powerful mix of emotions – learning, improvising, dealing with the unexpected… All your senses sharpen up. Read more Work Permit application for South Africa

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Immigration to South Africa – Update Summary November 2014

Immigration to South Africa - Update Summary November 2014
Immigration to South Africa – Update Summary November 2014

We last issued an immigration to South Africa update in June 2014, close after the new immigration rules were put into effect.

As always when regulations are implemented there is a period of time required for them to be ‘bedded in’ and as such we feel it appropriate 4 months later to issue an update to the Immigration to South Africa regulations.

Terminology

Please remember that the terminology for immigration to South Africa altered with the new regulations:

  • A Visa is a temporary visa and includes short term stays.
  • A Permit is permanent residency.
  • All applications processed before the new regulations would mean you held a permit. Do not mistake this for permanent residency, a permit was previously temporary residency as well as permanent.

Immigration to South Africa – visa and permit options effected

Section 11(2) – Visitors Visa with authorization to work

Commonly referred to as a business visa, holders of a section 11 (2) are now permitted to work. This applied to those who are employed by a company abroad and have a need to work in South Africa for a maximum period of 90 days.

The recent new Directive 6 is also pertinent to the new changes, as the process has also changed now. Read more Immigration to South Africa – Update Summary November 2014

Travelling with children South Africa: New rules challenged

The new travel regulations profoundly affect the travelling of parents with children.
The new travel regulations profoundly affect the travelling of parents with children.

We have written much in the last few weeks regarding the controversial new regulations concerning the new requirements for minor children (classified as under 18’s) travelling both in and out of South Africa.

There has been a number of challenges to the Department of Home Affairs that has included representation from airlines, the Department of Tourism and other stakeholders in the tourism industry. Some claim the new rules could cost the economy up to 10 billion rand per annum and others that the Department of Home Affairs is simply not yet ready to cope with the new practises Read more Travelling with children South Africa: New rules challenged

Immigration to South Africa – who’s coming to join us?

Who's immigrating to South Africa-

Immigration to South Africa is a complex area and we are often asked for data as to who is immigrating to South Africa, where do most immigrants come from and what are they are coming to South Africa for.

In response to this we have decided to provide you with some of the more salient facts about just who and why people are coming to this Rainbow Nation of ours.

The below information is drawn from Stats SA’s Statistical release P0351.4 for 2013 Read more Immigration to South Africa – who’s coming to join us?

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Homecoming Revolution 2014

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This month we interview our client manager Mark Wilkes on the topic of “Homecoming Revolution 2014”.

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You can read the transcript of our interview with Mark below. Read more Homecoming Revolution 2014

Immigration South Africa Podcast December 2012

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This month we explain permits for spouses and life partners of South Africans that want to live and work in South Africa.

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You can read the transcript of the December edition of the monthly Intergate Immigration podcast below. Read more Immigration South Africa Podcast December 2012

Immigration South Africa Podcast August 2012

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You can read the transcript of the August edition of the monthly Intergate Immigration podcast below. Read more Immigration South Africa Podcast August 2012

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Immigration South Africa – all the permits and visa options

Immigration South Africa
Immigration South Africa

So you are considering immigration to South Africa or maybe have already made up your mind. Either way, the most important decision you are likely to make is how you are going to secure the appropriate permit or visa that allows your immigration to South Africa to take place.

There are two major decisions you need to make in this regards:

1. What is the correct permit or visa that you would be eligible for
2. What application process you feel most comfortable with Read more Immigration South Africa – all the permits and visa options

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