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Disclaimer SA Migration subscribe to Google’s rules on transparency and therefore state that SA Migration is registered with the South African Department of Home Affairs – Reg. No: 2004/01/0067. We are a privately-owned immigration practice and as such comply with the Immigration Act of South Africa. We are not the South African Government. We charge for our expertise in successfully applying for temporary and permanent residency services. Forms that are supplied during the process can be collected free of charge at any Department of Home Affairs office but are provided as part of the service. Users who wish to do so can contact the Department of Home Affairs directly at www.home-affairs.gov.za.


South African Migration International

South Africa is often called a "World in One Country". This is the place to work, study, return to conduct business or retire to. It is one of the few countries in the world which can delight it's visitors with everything from unspoilt sandy beaches, snow-blanketed mountain ranges, ancient deserts teeming with fascinating wildlife and incredible succulents, sub- tropical rainforests, historic castles and forts and world-renowned conservation areas all linked with excellent highways and state-of-the-art communications systems and is considered an excellent place to immigrate or just visit. SA Migration specializes in assisting people from all over the world to relocate to this wonderful country. We are proud to be a leader in the field of migration and relocation. SA Migration was founded out of the need for a specialist organization to assist migrants to South Africa. SA Migration head office is located in Cape Town, South Africa, adjacent to the Department of Home Affairs. The highly trained team at SA Migration oversee visa applications with the minimum of inconvenience to the applicants. Since inception in 2001, the company has assisted thousands of clients with an exceptional success rate. South Africa Migration provide a full range of professional South African Visa services.


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  •    Dear All We are adding to our services a second citizenship in the Caribbean countries: Grenada, also Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Dominica, and also in addition Turkey and residency of the UAE. Some of the investment for the Caribbean countries are low but the benefits are enormous and when we work out the investment required it is low relative to say $150,000 is the equivalent of R2,4 million Emigration options for South Africans , Nigerian and Congolese looking for residency and citizenship ` Passport Options If you’re one of the growing number of South Africans, Nigerian and Congolese looking for a second residency or citizenship, there’s a country out there with your name on it. But make sure you do your homework, as residency and citizenship options are constantly evolving and changing.... Read more...
  •    Mauritius is rapidly expanding real estate investment opportunities for South African buyers as savvy developers sink capital into smaller designer builds that offer far more privacy than traditional resort properties without sacrificing beachfront living. And according to High Street Auctions managing director James Dall, the South African market appetite for these properties is in overdrive.... Read more...
  •    All holders of the ZEP permit had until 31 December 2021 to apply for a visa to stay in South Africa. AFP... Read more...
  •    The future of thousands of Zimbabweans hangs in the balance as the permit expires in December. JOHANNESBURG - Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said that they have hired private lawyers to address backlogs as the expiry of Zimbabwean exemption permit looms. The future of thousands of Zimbabweans hangs in the balance as the permit expires in December.... Read more...
  •    As part of measures to protect the security of South Africa’s passport, Motsoaledi announced the end of transferable and third-party collections and a new activation process that only applicants can complete.... Read more...
  •    When Petunia Sibanda came to South Africa from Zimbabwe in 2003, she arrived the way most people she knew did in those days ` late at night, crossing over a dry patch of the Limpopo River that slices the two countries from each other, pretending not to see the crocodiles in the distance.... Read more...
  •    Travellers from South Africa who were planning to take a trip to Schengen Area countries in August and September will not be able to do so as there are no Schengen visa appointments available. Most embassies in South Africa have said that they have no appointment slots available until mid-October, meaning that South Africans will not be able to travel to Schengen Area countries anytime soon, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.... Read more...
  •    An estimated 1.5 million people visited Birmingham, the UK’s second largest city by population, to cheer on the 72 nations and territories that participated in this year’s Commonwealth Games, which ended on Aug. 8. The 13 African nations that won at least one medal at the games did not stand on the podium as often as Australia, Britain, and Canada`the three countries that finished at the top of the ranking`but many of the continent’s athletes made history.... Read more...
  •    Travellers from South Africa who were planning to take a trip to Schengen Area countries in August and September will not be able to do so as there are no Schengen visa appointments available. Most embassies in South Africa have said that they have no appointment slots available until mid-October, meaning that South Africans will not be able to travel to Schengen Area countries anytime soon, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports. Embassies in South Africa, as well as those located in other third countries, have been unable to meet the high demand, which has caused many people to change their travel plans.... Read more...
  •    When Petunia Sibanda came to South Africa from Zimbabwe in 2003, she arrived the way most people she knew did in those days ` late at night, crossing over a dry patch of the Limpopo River that slices the two countries from each other, pretending not to see the crocodiles in the distance. For several years, she lived her life in South Africa on the margins, constantly afraid her lack of legal status would be found out and she would be sent back home to a country where the economy was in free fall. Then Ms. Sibanda found a lifeline. In 2011, she heard about a special visa for Zimbabweans, which would allow them to live and work in South Africa legally.... Read more...

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