United Kingdom

In the constantly changing post-Brexit world, it is more important than ever to make sure that you have access to the most up to date and accurate immigration information and advice.

While there are many UK immigration agencies operating in South Africa, I believe in partnering with experienced immigration attorneys and solicitors that are licensed with their relevant law societies, in their particular jurisdiction. 

Our UK immigration partner has been a solicitor in the UK for more than 25 years. Their firm has offices in London, Dubai and France. I decided to partner with this particular firm, based on their many years of experience, attention to detail, high success rate and the level of personal service they can offer our clients. The founding partner and his family enjoy spending a couple of months in South Africa each year. He understands South Africa, our way of life, our manner of conducting business and what is important to us. He can advise our clients at a far more personal and informed level, and guide them through all their options.

Ancestry Visa

This would apply to an applicant, 17 years or older, with a grandparent who was born in the UK. The applicant would be allowed to work in the UK.

Innovator Visa

To qualify entrepreneurs are required to have a proven track record, an innovative business idea, and GBP 200,000 to invest in launching their business idea in the UK

Post-study Visa

Students who attended a UK university or tertiary institution may apply for a post-study visa that would allow them to remain in the UK for another 2 years and secure employment.

Investor Visa

To qualify, investors are required to invest at least GBP 1 million, in a UK based investment. Please note, the investment cannot be in property or a predominately property-based investment fund. The greater the investment, the sooner the investor will qualify for the “right to remain” and ultimately a British passport.

Sole Representative Visa

This would apply to business owners with established businesses in South Africa who wish to expand their business to the UK. The business in South Africa must continue to operate and only one representative from the business in South Africa would be able to relocate to the UK to establish the business.

Start-up Visa

This is a great opportunity for an applicant with a great idea for a start-up business, to relocate to the UK. There is no minimum investment. The applicant will have 2 years to get their startup off the ground and is permitted to seek part-time employment during this time.

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