Challenging year behind us, changes ahead in 2019
The Queen’s gold mask, viewed while on our recent investment and Immigration promotion trip to Egypt.
As 2018 draws to an end, the Immigration space in South Africa as well as Globally, has been filled with many challenges in quite a few countries. The news is full of incidents and political posturing regarding the role of human migration and the impacts related to this topic. We have Brexit, the US issues, and closer to home, the SADEC countries have economic and political challenges which have inward and outward migration.
In South Africa, we have current and future changes to legislation pending with:
1) An update to the Immigration Regulations, which has been announced by the Minister of Home Affairs, due in December 2018 (currently in draft form at https://businesstech.co.za/
2) An update to the Critical Skills List, which has been anticipated as an improvement to the current list, which has restricted the skills required by the economy from being recruited into SA.
We monitor the environment daily and will always provide updated information to our clients to ensure compliance.
On the business front, we had had many enquiries and applications from all over the globe and recently visited our office in Cairo, Egypt, as well as Kuwait.
We look forward to assisting these clients with brining their skills and investments into South Africa.
Global Migration SA
The Updated South African Immigration Handbook 2018/19
TRAINING COURSES 2018/9
- To understand key principles of SA immigration legislation
- To understand terms and concepts relating to SA immigration legislation
- To be aware of recent changes in SA immigration legislation
- To explore roles and challenges in the implementation of SA immigration legislation
- To understand SA Labour Law that impacts on expatriates
- To understand tax implications for expatriates in SA
- To explore banking legislation impacting on expatriates
- To explore expatriate policy development and implementation: benefits and compliance
- To explore Expatriate Management best practices
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Consultations, Briefings and Training in 2019:
Please feel free to contact me at any time and will assist you wherever we can. Best wishes for the festive season and a great 2019 ahead.
Should you have any further queries or wish to book an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact us on 021 419 0934 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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