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 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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