If you’re after a Business and Innovation Visa, or an Investment Visa, you better have some serious funds stashed away.
Moving overseas places a great deal of strain on families, emotionally and financially, so it’s good to have an idea of how much it’s going to cost before making any concrete decisions.
Australia has job openings in a number of industries, ranging from engineering to pig farming, and they want South Africans to apply.
UK’s office for national statistics has data that shows exactly how many South Africans have emigrated during a recent 12-month period.
For the last while, we’ve been seeing some very intriguing adverts for €1 houses in Italy. Is it too good to be true?
If you’re emigrating to New Zealand you’re likely to encounter a lot of other South Africans.
Over the past few years, more and more South Africans are looking at ways to invest in alternate citizenship, with Portugal proving to be a popular option.
Securing alternative citizenship residency or citizenship isn’t cheap, so why are so many South Africans doing it?
South African business coach and entrepreneur Andrew William Smith asks the question: Is it time to leave South Africa?
It never hurts to have a Plan B, so to speak, although many South Africans are only rocking the Green Mamba. Here’s something that is worth looking into.
If you’re thinking about heading to the land of the Red, White and Blue, the clock is ticking.
An increasing number of South Africans are looking at citizenship through investment programmes. There are some questions that need to be asked first, though.
If you aren’t lucky enough to have a British passport, these are the jobs that could secure your entry into the United Kingdom.
Over the past few years, more and more South Africans have enquired about getting an Ozzie visa sorted. These are the five most popular options.
South Africans are losing huge sums of money to immigration fraudsters, in what some are calling “the perfect crime”.
FNB Estate Agents Survey has found a massive increase in people selling their homes to leave the country.
A new research report reveals the top five reasons that South Africans are leaving the country in search of greener pastures.
There was chaos on the US – Mexico border yesterday, as US Border Patrol and migrants in Tijuana were involved in violent clashes.
With various Australian politicians supporting the idea of fast-tracked visas for white SA farmers, thousands gathered in Perth to push the issue.
The impending Brexit vote has inflamed tensions across the UK, with many saying a controversial new poster has gone too far.
After a Canadian island invited Americans to come stay if Trump wins, more and more Americans are actually taking the option quite seriously.
Not content with mouthing off on the ground Donald has taken his political ramblings to new heights. Here he is mouthing off on his personal jet.
The latest stunt from Paddy Power has been met with mixed reactions. Hilarious, inappropriate or a bit of both?
Here’s another example of how money can really buy you anything – I mean, if you have a couple of million laying around you can just buy yourself citizenship to another country.
The clock is ticking and Australia, along with the rest of the world who have nothing better to do, wait to see how Johnny Depp will respond to the threats on his dogs’ lives.
Unlike animals, humans like to stay put. However people do migrate for various reasons: war, strife, job opportunities or even technology. Check out this cool interactive graphic that shows global international migrations between 1990 and 2010.
Radical changes to South Africa’s immigration laws are expected to come into effect from 1 April. One of the major changes will require a cohabitation of five years before your foreign partner will be allowed a life partner visa. This is basically the government telling you to go live somewhere else if you want a relationship with a foreigner.
On Saturday, the 10 men pictured above were rescued by emergency services from the Spanish town of Tarifa, along with members of the Red Cross. It is believed that the men are all from sub-Saharan Africa and were in the final stages of an epic journey which saw them cross the desert on their way to the Moroccan coast.