SA Migration Newsletter
19 / 2018
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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30. Nov. 2018 Bustech

The Department of Home Affairs has published an amendment to the Immigration Act which is set to have major implications for immigrants, tourism and the economy.
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29. Nov. 2018 MSN

The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) has revealed its bold plan to recognise the qualifications held by refugees and asylum seekers.
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28. Nov. 2018 Samigration

The Portfolio Committee on Home Affairs in Parliament adopted the Civil Union Amendment Bill on Wednesday. The bill, which will be presented to the National Assembly to pass, will afford same-sex couples the same rights as heterosexual couples.
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16. Nov. 2018 EWN

Lawyers for Human Rights says the new regulations propose that foreign children be issued with a `confirmation of birth` and not a birth certificate CAPE TOWN - Legal groups have raised concern over the Home Affairs Department`s plan to discontinue birth certificates for foreign children born in South Africa. The public has until Friday to comment on proposed new regulations to the Births and Deaths Registration Act as it pertains to refugees.
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19. Nov. 2018 Samigration

Overstaying one’s visa is a common occurrence among people who applied to extend their visa in South Africa and said visa not issued in time for travel.
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20. Nov. 2018 Daily News

SECURITY breaches in the country’s national population register could be fuelling the multimillion-rand identity fraud industry after revelations that citizens’ critical information was left vulnerable to abuse for four years.
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13. Oct. 2018 Groundup

The Constitutional Court has ruled that asylum seekers’ temporary permits must automatically be extended while their case is being reviewed. Archive photo: Ashraf Hendricks In an important victory for the rights of asylum seekers, the Constitutional Court has found that their temporary permits must automatically be extended while their case is under judicial review. South Africa is home to at least 400,000 asylum seekers and refugees. An asylum seeker is someone who claims, in an application to the Department of Home Affairs, to have fled from a place where they have been persecuted or where they are in danger.
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SA Migration International
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Fax:    +27 (0)21 461 2611
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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