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    If you’ve got an EU passport, this is how you can settle in the UK post-Brexit
    Apr 18, 2018  |  by Philip Gamble
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    Thousands of South Africans eligible for British citizenship through double descent after ground-breaking Supreme Court ruling
    Apr 17, 2018  |  by Philip Gamble
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    Saying goodbye to South Africa? Financial emigration can give you access to your RA before you turn 55
    Apr 13, 2018  |  by Niel Pretorius
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    New UK visa application fees for 2018 announced
    Apr 11, 2018  |  by John Dunn
  • portugal-harbour
    Successful Golden Visa applications skyrocket in 2018
    Apr 10, 2018  |  by Samantha Carter-Vawda
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    Contractor? SME owner? You’re going to need a specialised accountant
    Mar 26, 2018  |  by Scott Brown
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    New Aussie visa route for highly skilled migrants
    Mar 23, 2018  |  by Sam Hopwood
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    What UK businesses need to know about hiring non-EU nationals
    Mar 19, 2018  |  by Philip Gamble
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    Your current job could be your ticket to the UK
    Mar 06, 2018  |  by Philip Gamble
  • Businessman-ladder-light-bulbs
    6 important steps to take before becoming a UK contractor
    Mar 05, 2018  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
 
 
  • eu-uk-flags

    If you’ve got an EU passport, this is how you can settle in the UK post-Brexit

    by Philip Gamble | Apr 18, 2018
    If you’re an EU passport holder and you’re living in the UK, or even if you’re thinking about moving there, you will be pleased to know that the UK and the EU have reached an agreement about the terms on which EU nationals will be able to stay in the UK after Brexit. A transition period will take place, but there are some key steps you need to take to ensure that you secure your rights to live and work in the UK in a post-Brexit world.
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    Thousands of South Africans eligible for British citizenship through double descent after ground-breaking Supreme Court ruling

    by Philip Gamble | Apr 17, 2018
    A recent ruling by the Supreme Court in the UK has opened a new route to British citizenship for thousands of previously disqualified South Africans. The ruling remedies some long-standing gender discrimination in the older UK’s nationality legislation. If you, or someone you know, has a mother who is British by descent (i.e. your mother’s father was born in the UK), then they could now have a claim to a coveted British citizenship through double descent.
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    Saying goodbye to South Africa? Financial emigration can give you access to your RA before you turn 55

    by Niel Pretorius | Apr 13, 2018
    South Africans who have already emigrated, or are thinking of doing so, have probably heard of the process of financial emigration. This process is more than just sending your South African assets overseas when you leave. Financial emigration allows you to withdraw and transfer your retirement annuities offshore before the age of 55. This way you don’t have to leave your retirement savings behind when you emigrate.
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    New UK visa application fees for 2018 announced

    by John Dunn | Apr 11, 2018
    The UK government has revealed the new visa, immigration and citizenship application fees for 2018. The increases will affect visitor visas, work visas, student visas and settlement and naturalisation applications. Here’s what you’re going to pay if you apply in 2018.
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    Successful Golden Visa applications skyrocket in 2018

    by Samantha Carter-Vawda | Apr 10, 2018
    Portugal’s Golden Residence Permit Programme (GRPP) has become one of the most popular residency-by-investment programmes in the world. According to recent figures released by the Portuguese Immigration Services (SEF), over 6,000 applications have already been approved since the programme’s inception. In the last month, we have seen a record number of successful applicants approved, with South African participants on a steady rise.
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    Contractor? SME owner? You’re going to need a specialised accountant

    by Scott Brown | Mar 26, 2018
    You’ve probably considered getting an accountant to handle your financial affairs at some point. However, the type of accounting help you need will depend greatly on the size and structure of your business. We cover a few scenarios below so you can figure out what kind of accounting help would best suit your needs.
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    New Aussie visa route for highly skilled migrants

    by Sam Hopwood | Mar 23, 2018
    A new visa scheme to attract highly skilled migrants and help Australia compete globally will be piloted from 1 July 2018. The government hopes the Global Talent Scheme will deliver innovation, transfer skills to local workers and help grow Australian businesses. If you’re skilled in your field, this could be your opportunity to move Down Under.
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    What UK businesses need to know about hiring non-EU nationals

    by Philip Gamble | Mar 19, 2018
    For UK-based businesses, the road to hiring a non-EU national is fraught with what seems like endless red tape and legislation. But with an understanding of what is required, and a little bit of help, the process can become a whole lot easier. Before you hire anyone, you should always make sure you’re clued up on what your options, responsibilities and duties are.
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    Your current job could be your ticket to the UK

    by Philip Gamble | Mar 06, 2018
    With a big dip in net migration over the last year, the UK is experiencing severe skills shortages across all sectors. Skilled migrants have always been an important part of the UK workforce, and are needed now more than ever. If you’re a skilled individual, there’s never been a better time for you to move to the UK.
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    6 important steps to take before becoming a UK contractor

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Mar 05, 2018
    At some point, just about everyone has considered giving up permanent employment to become a contractor or freelance worker. Skilled professionals are in huge demand in the UK right now, making it arguably a particularly easy time to freelance. However, before you hand in your resignation letter and print those business cards, it’s vital that you have looked at every aspect of your decision.
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