Established in 1987 we have been heavily involved with the importation of all livestock and family pets for client's immigration to and from South Africa to all parts of the world.
We pride ourselves in providing a high standard of service and reliability in assisting individuals and business's with national and international clients in respect to the relocation matters (both overseas as well as South Africa) for all animals.
With regulations varying from country to country, the necessary procedures and documentation are time consuming and often confusing. We are able to compile all necessary paperwork, organize import export Visas, clear Customs and arrange State Veterinary clearance for the smooth movement of your beloved pet. We would like to assure you that all animals are handled personally by ourselves and we are fully experienced in all aspects regarding complicated regulations and procedures. The health, welfare and safety of your pets is of paramount importance to us. Our service is provided with Love and Care.
Our company is well known to all the consulates & embassies, immigration companies, world wide migration networks, all tourism offices, airlines, international realtors and property groups, travel agencies, removal companies, quarantines, veterinary authorities, international recruitment centres and the larger companies and corporates who relocate their personnel worldwide and feel sure that we will be able to assist you with the safe relocation of your pet.
We deal with South Africa, United Kingdom and Europe, U.S.A. & Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Middle East & Far East & South America.
For free professional advice, contact Doug or Vikki who will be more than happy to assist in any way possible.
GOVERNMENT has extended operating hours at the Civil Registry Department after its offices were flooded with desperate Zimbabweans applying for passports. Snaking queues have emerged at the Civil Registry Department offices countrywide after Finance minister Mthuli Ncube proposed an increase in passport fees beginning next month. Ncube said he would increase fees for an ordinary passport from US$120 to US$200, while an emergency travel document will be priced at US$300 up from US$200. V.5108
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SAMI issues a monthly Newsletter to update you on topical immigration and related matters that we believe you should be aware of especially with regard to the procedures and rules pertaining thereto. These newsletters will provide you with useful information on any aspect of life related to immigration and relocation. If you are interested in a visa or just to visit you should subscribe to the Free Newsletter service of SAMI.