From receptionist to head of Immigration – Sad to say goodbye

After three dedicated years of being a receptionist, I was promoted to an immigration assistant. The learning curb was tough, but time and hard work soon rewarded me. During the day, I was assisting with immigration work, and during the night I familiarized myself with the Act and Regulations to get up to speed and stay up to date. I had amazing support from the management team and ultimately it was up to me to make this work.

2021-06-03T13:24:57+02:00Jun 3rd, 2021|Categories: From the desk of the CEO, Social life / others, Uncategorised|Tags: , , |

IBN wins prestigious award

The Top 100 list was a tremendous success, bringing in over 4,000 nominations from all over the world for 2,000 nominees and we have narrowed it down to the top 100 of the industry. The voting was done by our industry colleagues and peers. We are proud to announce that we were selected as part of the Top 100 immigration service providers in the world! I am the owner of IBN Immigration Solutions, a mobility and immigration organisation with a truly African vision and presence. We provide legal and immigration services to companies and individuals who want to relocate to South Africa or elsewhere in Africa. Our offices are located in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Namibia, Kenya and Mozambique and I have professional agreements with local entities in several other major African markets.My belief is that every immigration enquiry should be concerned in its personal capacity, and according to the needs of the individual, whether it's through a company or private individual.

Letter from the CEO – Update on COVID-19

This month, our CEO Andreas Krensel shared updates and insights on Covid-19 and its impact on markets throughout Africa.

2022-01-19T14:28:23+02:00Apr 3rd, 2020|Categories: International, SA Economy News|Tags: , , , , , , |

From the Founder’s desk

24 March 2020 South Africa will go into lockdown mode on early Friday, 27th of March until the 16th of April. Foreigners who are currently in South Africa might be stuck here for a while. The German Government has chartered planes to fly stranded tourists’ home, but I am not sure what other governments are doing regarding their citizens.

2020-03-24T10:45:46+02:00Mar 24th, 2020|Categories: SA Economy News, Uncategorised|Tags: , , , |
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