Relocation Africa Tanzania Immigration Interview With AfriLex’s Cris Mwebesa

Lynn Mackenzie, our Immigration Lead, recently had the privilege of interviewing Cris Mwebesa, Partner and Advocate at AfriLex Associates, about Tanzania’s immigration landscape.

To listen to Lynn and Cris’ conversation about immigration in the current context, click here to view the recording, or view it below.

Crispin has exceptional experience, knowledge, and networks in sectors
such as Competition & Antitrust, Immigration Laws and Policies, Mergers &
Acquisitions, and Intellectual Property. He leads Afrilex Associates’
practices in those areas. He helps clients to identify and manage legal risks, by seeing beyond immediate legal challenges and allows them to seize the opportunities that lie ahead.

Holding an LLB, an LLM in Corporate Commercial Law, and an MBA in
Finance from the University of Dar es Salaam, Crispin has been fond of the
laws and principles that govern the land. Under Financial Transactional
work, Crispin has advised clients on transactions concerning business
relocations and advised on the consequential legal and tax-related issues.

Further, he has demonstrated great ability to assist organisations with
immigration disputes that they or their staff may face, having also
effectively garnered investment permits, work and residence permits for
organisations and official personnel.

Crispin is a learner, passionate about the pursuit of knowledge and
understanding which helps him to be market-aware, able to connect the
dots to see the bigger picture and creates a real competitive advantage for
his clients. Crispin is a registered Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania, and a member of the Tanganyika Law Society and East Africa Law Society.

We would like to say a huge thank you to Cris for his insights. We hope you enjoy the recording.

For information as to how Relocation Africa can help you with your Mobility, Immigration, Research, Remuneration, and Expat Tax needs, email, or call us on +27 21 763 4240.

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