Who Are We?
Black Pen is an internationally recognized legal immigration company, which brings the world closer together. With our headquarters based in Cape Town, we offer a global solution with local knowledge. We are a diverse, innovative and 100% female-owned immigration law firm, which provides simplified and transparent immigration solutions for individuals start-ups and big corporates in the language of your choice.
Why Choose Black Pen?
We provide you with the best possible personal solutions to enable your dreams in the country of your choice. We assist in finding out which visa suits you best and ensuring the process of securing it runs as smoothly as possible. We passionately connect people and business all over the world, with our immigration and recruitments services all under one hub. Our team is multinational, consisting of people from around the world who can speak German, Polish, Afrikaans and English and are here to guide you every step of the way.
1: We discuss immigration matters in your language
2: We back up our knowledge and expertise with national and international degrees
3: Our fees are transparent and flat
4: Authenticity: Every consultant has their own immigration history. Your immigration needs are understood
5: We have consultants from different cultural and educational backgrounds, and
6: We take ownership of our work and fight till we have the result we aimed for.
Black Pen’s Steps To Success:
Let's get to know you better, your needs, dreams and wishesGet yours
We develop a strategy based on your personal situation – tailored to your needs and wishes
Gather all documents you need to submit and file the suitable application form
We communicate with government authorities on your behalf
We offer guidance and supervision through the whole application
Approved Visa - Step through the door into a new life!
What Our Clients Are Saying About Us
April 17, 2023
The Department of Home Affairs introduced the new waiver for the radiological report and partial waiver for the police clearance certificate. [...]
March 30, 2023
The Department of Home Affairs communicated yesterday that they are introducing new temporary measures to reduce the backlog of over [...]
September 12, 2022
There has been an update from the Department of Home Affairs to address the impact that the backlog in processing [...]