SA Migration Newsletter
18 / 2016
SA Migration International

SA Migration International was created out of the need for a specialist organization to assist people wishing to immigrate, volunteer, work, bring family, study or open businesses in South Africa.

We will guide you through the entire process to require the appropriate permit. Once we confirm that you will qualify for the visa, we will guarantee you a successful application. This is normally done in the first consultation - which is for free.
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11. Sep. 2016 Cape Times

PRETORIA: There is hope for stateless children born in South Africa who do not have any citizenship, with the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein last week giving Home Affairs 18 months to streamline regulations that will make it easier for other stateless children to apply for citizenship.
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07. Oct. 2016 Cape Argus

Cape Town - Foreign students at UCT have raised concerns about the possible impact of the shutdown of academic activities, which could extend the academic year beyond the expiry dates of their visas. All UCT campuses are closed until Friday after disruptions escalated earlier this week.
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06. Oct. 2016 ANA

Johannesburg - The home affairs department on Thursday warned the public to not be mislead by "dubious characters" who were sending out a hoax message claiming to work for the department and could help with official documents.
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26. Sep. 2016 ITWeb

The growth of SA's green economy comes amid uncertainties regarding the future of independent power producers in the country.
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28. Sep. 2016 Travel News

Pretoria - Talks were ongoing regarding the relaxation or elimination of visa requirements for South Africans travelling to European Union (EU) member states, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba announced on Tuesday.
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23. Sep. 2016 Reliefweb

Despite the international attention that is currently focussed on migratory flows directed towards Europe and other Western countries, the continued flow of Ethiopian migrants and asylum seekers along the southern corridor to South Africa via Kenya, Tanzania and other southern African countries is significant.
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22. Sep. 2016 www.sami.co.za

In a very comprehensive judgment handed down today in the High Court of South Africa , Western Cape Division, Immigration Directive 21 of 2015 barring Refugees and Asylum seekers form applying for a change of status to any Visa or Permit in terms of the Immigration Act has been declared to be inconsistent with the Constitution of the Republic and invalid and set aside.
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02. Oct. 2016 Sunday Times

PAKISTANI sheep shearer Jabba Ahmed thought he would be able to use his skills and contribute to the economy when he sought asylum in South Africa five years ago.
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SA Migration International
Tel.:   +27 (0) 82 373 8415
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Email: info@sami.co.za
SA Migration

Tel.:   +27 (0) 82 373 8415
Fax:    +27 (0)21 461 2611
Email: info@sami.co.za


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