Every year, Sable International’s Philip Gamble presents a series of seminars in South Africa on British citizenship and UK immigration. The seminars go into detail on how you or your family members could qualify for that highly prized document – a British passport.
These seminars will interest anyone with a family birth (you, a child, a parent, a grandparent), adoption or previous marriage in the UK, Ireland or a former British territory (including South Africa).
Philip is widely regarded as the world’s leading authority on the subject and has discovered several more immigration and nationality solutions over the past year. This year, he will be joined by experts on Australian and Portuguese immigration. Both of these countries offer unique opportunities to South Africans looking to immigrate, whether as part of skilled migration or citizenship-by-investment programmes.
The separate seminars will cover the following four areas:
Seminar A: Children under 18
There are special provisions in British nationality law allowing children under 18 to be registered as British citizens, but this must happen before they turn 18. In addition to this, we present solutions for children to study in the UK and to naturalise as British citizens after a period of residency.
Seminar B: Claims to British citizenship
You or your children might qualify for a second passport – without realising it. If you have a UK-born grandparent or if you (or a parent or grandparent) was born in a former British territory, then you could have a successful claim.
Seminar C: Relocation to the UK and Australia
We present ways in which you and your family can relocate to the UK or Australia. We will cover all of the different types of visas available.
Seminar D: Citizenship by investment
If you have total assets (including cash, shares, properties and the value of your own business) of more than R4m, then you could qualify for one of several wealth-based visas or our citizenship by investment programmes.
The seminars are free to attend and will be held in Johannesburg and Cape Town during the week of 7 - 12 November. More details of the seminars can be found on this page.
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