SA Migration Newsletter
11 / 2017
SA Migration International

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31. Oct. 2017 Tourism Update

August overseas arrivals grew by 9% year-to-date on 2016 figures, in comparison to July’s 10%. Stats SA’s latest tourism and migration report reveals that August 2017 saw slowed growth in arrivals in comparison to July 2017 " August overseas arrivals grew by 9% year-to-date on 2016 figures, in comparison to July’s 10%.
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27. Oct. 2017 iol.co.za

Pretoria - The Oppenheimer family`s company Fireblade on Friday won its legal battle in the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria when a judge declared that former Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba did indeed give the company the go-ahead to run a customs and immigration service at OR Tambo International Airport.
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21. Sep. 2017 Sa Migration

Overstaying ones visa is a common occurrence among expats in South Africa and 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. In this article we will explore the effect of overstaying ones visa and what steps to take to correct this now serious matter.
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17. Oct. 2017 Tourism Update

Cape Town has seen double digit growth of international arrivals from Germany, Switzerland and Austria in the first half of this year. Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Edelweiss and Eurowings will be adding or increasing frequency to Cape Town in the coming months. Announcing the re-introduction of Austrian Airlines to South African skies, Wesgro CEO, Tim Harris, said the demand for direct routes to Cape Town from key European markets was growing.
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27. Oct. 2017 EWN

CAPE TOWN - A court ruling setting aside the suspension of the Home Affairs Director General (DG), Mkuseli Apleni, could have consequences for two other suspended DGs. The High Court found that unless delegated by the president, ministers do not have powers to suspend DGs.
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30. Jun. 2017 The Citizen

This despite the fact that it will now become very expensive to process the arrests of undocumented migrants. Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR) has welcomed a unanimous Constitutional Court ruling upholding the rights of all detainees " also alleged illegal immigrants " to access our courts.
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25. Sep. 2017 Sa Migration

As with any change there comes with it a lot of miscommunication and an increase in the number of failed applications. It appears that there has been a sharp increase in the number of visa and permit application being rejected and many prospective immigrants are left to wonder how on earth they can navigate this now even more complex immigration system. In this article we will unpack the reasons why some applications get rejected and when and how to do an appeal to have the decision reviewed.
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03. Feb. 2016 Daily News

Cape Town - The South African husband of a Zimbabwean woman facing the prospect of being separated from her family indefinitely says a high court judgment in their favour handed down on Friday shows that the justice system works.
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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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