Black Pen Immigration breaks down the walls of confusion that surround immigration to South Africa.

Having completed her law studies in Tübingen and Bonn-Germany and gaining experience as a German attorney working for the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, as well as adding her Master of Laws (LL.M) at the University of Stellenbosch thereafter, CEO of Black Pen Immigration Nora Dawud gathered together a top team of South African and German lawyers to form the powerful backbone of Black Pen Immigration.

As a member of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Southern Africa, in addition to being listed as the recommended immigration company in South Africa by the German Consulate General in Cape Town, our team is one you can rely on completely to change the face of immigration to South Africa for you, relieving you of what could be a mass of red tape that could drown you in the immigration process for a long time.

Our team understands full well how disheartening it can be to take on the challenge of immigration to South Africa, no matter what your motivations for immigration may be, as well as being fully aware of unscrupulous practitioners who would lead you down a never-ending path to nowhere, leaving you empty handed and leading you right back where you were when you started.

We offer a sincere, transparent and open line of communication designed to keep you fully informed throughout each stage of the immigration process, taking the administrative stress out of your hands, so that from your first contact with our team, right through to the day you finally receive the visa specific to your visit to South Africa, you will know that you are in the hands of professionals who are fully committed to the role we play in making immigration to South Africa a smooth process.

Let our team assist you with breaking down the walls of confusion that are often created by constant changes to South African Immigration Laws and regulations, we are experts at clearing the stumbling blocks in the way of immigration to South Africa.