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Last Updated 01 September 2014

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New World Immigration is a company that prides itself on its core values. "ASPIRE" standing for Accountability, Service Excellence, Passion, Integrity, Respect and Efficiency. Our sole purpose is to provide visas and immigration services at an affordable rate with the least amount of hassle for our clients.

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Latest News

Urban and Regional Town Planners secure your Critical Skills Visa now!

01 September 2014

If you intend on working and living in South Africa, you must apply for the correct visa before arriving. The Department of Home Affairs has recently introduced new immigration regulations which have come into effect as from 26th of May. In addition to the new regulations, applicants are no longer allowed to apply for a change of status in South Africa if they currently hold a visitor’s visa or medical visa. The ever-popular Exceptional Skills and Quota Permit have been replaced by the newly introduced Critical Skills Visa.


Kenya is sending official to resolve Kenyans’ SA visa concerns

29 August 2014

Earlier this week Kenya announced that their Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed will be traveling to South Africa in September in a bid to resolve visa problems faced by Kenyans in the country.