Recently amended immigration laws have resulted in eased documentation requirements for Critical Skills Work Visa applicants. These applicants are required to submit proof of registration application with a professional body recognized by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) or another relevant government department, written confirmation of his/her skills and/or qualifications, and proof of appropriate post-qualification experience. However, the change dictates that if the applicant has proof of an application for registration with a relevant SAQA accredited professional body, board, or council, he/she is no longer required to obtain the other two items to complete his/her Critical Skills Work Visa application. This change should ease much of the burden of collecting documentation and is effective immediately.
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