Black Pen Immigration joins Africa’s premium networking and business directory.

Black Pen Immigration has recently become a major member of Business Essentials, Africa’s premium networking and business directory, designed to offer an online communication and information portal providing valuable business to business information regarding the latest trends and developments in the South African business landscape in one easily accessible central portal.

As a group of South African and German specialists who facilitate the entire process of immigration for corporate clients that source employees from around the world, Business Essentials is a well suited platform for Black Pen Immigration, developing an even broader base for this team to form further long lasting relationships with clients on a more meaningful and personal level than before.

Black Pen Immigration has already earned an exceptional reputation for the outstanding level of personal attention to detail required by organisations that trust this team to efficiently eliminate unnecessary hassles and minimize the associated costs of acquiring the requisite visas. Black Pen is also a truly cosmopolitan and multilingual team who are able to provide support in English, German, isiXhosa and Afrikaans, making the Black Pen services fully accessible and able to understand the needs of all clients.

The high rate of success achieved by Black Pen Immigration is attributable to the intimate understanding this team of experts has of the South African immigration environment and extensive global experience in the field.  As regulations become more complex, Black Pen ensures that their advice encompasses more than just an outline of options, but also offers updated immigration solutions that are consistent with current requirements and trends.

Through the years the specialist team at Black Pen Immigration has been working closely with the Department of Home Affairs and VFS Global, managing the administrative tasks related to issuing visa and passports for the South African government, among others, and as a result have managed to optimize the entire immigration process for their clients, helping them to seamlessly navigate its inter-connected parts.

The Black Pen team is headed up by founder Nora Dawud, who, after completing her law studies in Tübingen and Bonn (Germany), gained experience as a German attorney and worked for the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht). In addition to this experience, she went on to further her studies and obtained her Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa.

Now actively involved in South African immigration and International Trade Law, Nora is also the author of the publication in CISG and al Shari’a: “Problems with the Enforceability of Article 78 of the CISG in Arab countries”, as well as other publications for newspapers and magazines.

With her dual citizenship, Nora continuously assists many foreigners to achieve their aspiration of living, working and settling in South Africa, much as she did, and she is particularly focused on the acquisition of all work visa and residence permits for clients from all around the world, clients that include individuals and international companies.

With a team like Black Pen available to manage global HR & Skills it is not surprising to find them dominating in an ever-changing economic landscape as a key network element to immigration in South Africa!