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Welcome to Visa4SA

Visa4SA is a South African migration specialist and visa advisory firm. Our highly experienced staff deliver superior standards of service when helping clients migrate to South Africa or visit South Africa for tourism or business purposes.

At Visa4SA we understand the difficulties associated with securing a South African Visa. Our aim is to simplify the South African visa and migration process for our clients and to identify the most appropriate visa category to ensure a successful application.

We provide specialist immigration services to individuals, professionals, businesses and investors alike.

We are also able to provide a full range of business services to our clients.  The advice that we are able to offer can be of critical importance to an  investor who is in the process of buying an existing business or starting a new business.   South Africa is a land full of opportunity but it is important to partner with professionals who are able to avoid potential pitfalls and highlight areas of opportunity.  Our expert advice will assist you in this process. 



Legal Advice

We are able to provide advice on all aspects of South African law, including commercial law, property law, and labour law. We service both private and corporate clients....


Business Consulting

There are many great business opportunities in South Africa, and we are qualified to consult and provide advice on how to maximise these opportunities in South Africa.


Latest News

7 New countries don’t need visas for South Africa

12 Jul 2019

The new Minister of Home Affairs, Aaron Motsoaledi, has released a statement advising that seven new countries will be added to the group of companies...


DHA issues Directive about rules for Short Term Work Authorisations

29 May 2019

The Department of Home Affairs has issued a directive about the rules for Short Term Work Authorisations or Section 11 (2) Visitors Visas with endorse...



07 Nov 2018

The Constitutional Court recently handed down judgment in the matter of Ahmed and Others v Minister of Home Affairs and Another. This matter was heard...