The regulations with respect to minors travelling – South African Immigration

Here is a great document referring to categories of travel and what the requirements at port of entry will be South Africa Regulations in respect with Minors Travelling.  For further information on the matter please contact us with minors

South African Immigration Regulations are Crippling Language Schools

Click to read the article published in the Cape Argus on how the South African immigration regulations are crippling the Language Schools Language schools.  Email us for all your immigration requirements

TUNISIA (Country risk rating: Medium); 25 May; Shooting at military barracks in Tunis

A soldier killed seven of his colleagues and wounded 10 others in Tunisia‘s capital, Tunis, on 25 May, before being shot and killed. The incident occurred at the Bouchoucha military barracks. The motivation for the attack is unknown. The authorities have ruled out terrorism as the possible motive. A heightened security presence is likely to remain in place in the Bouchoucha area over the immediate-term. Clients should anticipate additional patrols and checkpoints in this area. – Red24

South African Immigration Study Visa’s.

As of 1 May 2015, foreign nationals who are in possession of valid work or business visas, may register and take up part-time studies, at institutions of Higher Learning as defined in the Immigration Regulations, without having to apply for study visas. This is for part time studies only. We may be contacted for further information.

Use your difference to make a difference: Interview with Tayo Rockson

This week Expat Nest founder Vivian Chiona is inspired by Tayo Rockson, an adult TCK (Third Culture Kid) and expert on intercultural assimilation. Tayo has lived in Nigeria, Sweden, Burkina Faso, Vietnam and the United States, where he is currently based. He is the founder of Use Your Difference (UYD), an online magazine that features top-quality contributions from TCKs, CCKs and global nomads. Ultimately Tayo is on a mission to encourage people across the globe to “use their difference to make a difference”.

In the interview (17:40 mins) you can find out:

How Tayo got to the point of “embracing his global identity” – and how he wants you to make the most of yours!
His tips for a smoother transition in a new culture
Why online media is the answer to those who are struggling to reach their potential due to blocks about being “different”
How TCKs and Adult TCKs make the world a better place

How will you use your difference to make a difference in this world? What is the one action you will take today? We’d love to know! Just leave your comment below.

PS. Visit Tayo’s website, and download the free ebook, The Ultimate Guide to TCK Living.

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