As part of our service, our immigration lawyers help client’s map out a pathway to residency, which on completion, allows applicants to live and work in South Africa legally. The Celestial Globe expert team of professional, local, Harare Immigration Lawyers, will help you every step of the way. When applying for a visa through our agency, we strive to achieve the best results for our clients, and will ensure that all visa applications are processed successfully.
The South African Government has designed the Business Innovation and Investment Programme to encourage successful, international business people and investors, to settle in South Africa. By applying for a South African Business Visa, applicants are able to let their business and investment activity flourish in South Africa, whilst also building a name for themselves.
The South Africa family migration streams offers a range of visas for eligible South Africa relatives to chose from. These include; provisional and aged parent visas, remaining relative visas, aged dependant relative visa, contributory parent and aged parent visas, and child visas. Each of these visas provide applicants with the opportunity to be reunited with their international family members.
There are three possible employment sponsored visas that you can qualify for – a Temporary Work (Skilled) Visa, a Permanent Employment Nomination Scheme and a Permanent Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme. With a 99.9% success rate, our expert lawyers at Celestial Globe will ensure that you and your sponsor prepare, and lodge an application that will guarantee a positive outcome.
The critical skills Visa is designed to attract highly skilled personal into South Africa. It is possible for one to have this Visa without having a Job, and you will be allowed to look for employment in South Africa while having the Critical skills Visa. For more information, we also give unpaid advise to our clients and potential clients for future.
We assist students in obtaining their permits to study. Permits are issued at primary school, secondary school and higher education.