Some of you will never get the opportunity to come and see us face to face. We at SAMI beleive the point of presence is crucial and we want to give everyone the same level of service that a walk in customer would get.
We would like to introduce the first online migration consultation service ever. In the comfort of your own home, we will be able to speak to you, analize your case and then point you in the right direction.
This is the first time that a migration consultation firm has done something like this and the best thing is that we can do it in the comfort of your own home.
Using the latest VOIP technologies and chat rooms we are able to assist you on a one on one basis, giving you the best advice on offer.
Please specify what software you are familiar with and what time would suite you. Please keep in mind that we only operate this service during office hours.
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 . In recent months overstaying one visa has moved from being a minor inconvenience to a possible criminal offence with potentially serious ramifications. The changes brought about by the new immigration laws have made overstaying ones visa a very serious affair which needs a careful and smart approach to remedy. V.5574
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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.