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The UK reveals its new skills-based immigration system for EU and non-EU nationals

by John Dunn | Jan 22, 2019

The new immigration system means that entry into the UK with a work visa will be based on skills and qualifications, rather than nationality. Let’s lo...

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IR35: Are you in or are you out?

by Kobus van den Bergh | Jan 16, 2019

Your South African citizenship may have been revoked

by John Dunn | Dec 5, 2018

Thanks to a law created in 1949, South Africans who have acquired citizenship in another country, without the prior written consent of the Minister of...

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The Portuguese language test for citizenship and permanent residency

by John Dunn | Nov 28, 2018

Portugal’s Golden Visa programme offers an excellent lifestyle and financial investment for South Africans. But, after a successful application, you w...

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The UK’s in-country visa application process is about to change

by John Dunn | Nov 26, 2018

The way you apply for a visa extension, settlement or citizenship within the UK is changing. The new system aims to make the process quicker, easier a...

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UK citizenship case study: How an adopted child can have more rights than a natural child

by John Dunn | Nov 19, 2018

Over his 24 years working with UK nationality, Philip Gamble has seen a fair amount of strange and unusual claims to British citizenship. A recent cas...

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Moving your business to the UK? You’ll need to understand the UK’s VAT regulations

by Scott Brown | Nov 12, 2018

If you’re thinking of establishing a business in the UK, it’s essential that you understand how the UK’s VAT system works. Having a knowledgeable acco...

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A quick guide to UK business tax

by Scott Brown | Oct 26, 2018

With so many complicated Corporation Tax rules in the UK, knowing which types of taxes apply to your business can be tricky. It’s vital that you under...

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The weirdest things lost (and found) at sea

by 1st Contact | Oct 18, 2018

Whenever you ship goods internationally it’s always a worry that they might not make it. Count yourself lucky that you haven’t had to deal with ducks,...

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