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Relocation Africa Nigerian Immigration Interview With Kunle Obebe

Lynn Mackenzie, our Immigration Lead, recently had the privilege of interviewing Ola Alokolaro, from Advocaat Law, about Cameroon and Sierra Leone’s immigration landscape.

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

Kunle’s bio

Kunle is recognized as the foremost Nigerian lawyer in immigration, employment and labor matters and is frequently sought after as local counsel for large international companies. He is said to be the “the first port of call” and has a “long standing reputation” in the market (Who’s Who Legal – Nigeria 2014).

Kunle advises multi-national corporations, Fortune 500 companies, high net-worth individuals and Nigerian companies on issues relating to regulatory compliance with particular reference to expatriate and Nigerian employee work authorization in and out of Nigeria and corporate and commercial law.

He is a certified Global Mobility Specialist and a regular speaker at Nigerian and international conferences/seminars on regulatory compliance and emerging corporate immigration issues in Nigeria.

He is the Managing Partner and Chair of the firm’s Dispute Resolution, Immigration and Employment & Labour Practice Groups at Bloomfield Law Practice.

 

We would like to say a huge thank you to Kunle 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 info@relocationafrica.com, or call us on +27 21 763 4240.

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Nigerian Immigration Law in 2020: Our Interview with Bloomfield Law’s Adekunle Obebe

Our Immigration Lead, Lynn Mackenzie, recently had the privilege of sitting down with Bloomfield Law’s Managing Partner, Adekunle Obebe, at our head office in Cape Town, to chat about the Nigerian immigration law landscape, and what to expect for the remainder of 2020.

Feel free to click below to listen to the recording of the interview, and use the topic markers in this article to skip to sections of interest to you.

To find out more about Adekunle, click here, and for information about Bloomfield Law, click here. For information about Relocation Africa’s range of Immigration services, visit our website here.

Topic markers

  • Introduction: 0m0s
  • 2020 Thus Far: 5m0s
  • Relocation Africa & Bloomfield Law: 08m40s
  • The Nigerian Immigration Landscape: 10m40s
  • COVID-19 Impacts: 19m45s
  • Nigerian Visa Categories: 34m26s
  • Partnerships vs Marriage in Nigeria: 46m48s
  • New Multi-entry Short-term Work Visas: 53m35s
  • Challenges with Embassies: 55m43s
  • Third Party Representation: 1h3m58s
  • Foreign National Records: 1h6m55s
  • Sponsorship: 1h14m28s
  • Predictions for the Rest of 2020: 1h19m50s

Again, we’d like to say a huge thank you to Kunle for his insights. We hope you find this interview of interest.

For information as to how Relocation Africa can help you with your Mobility, Immigration, Research, Remuneration, and Expat Tax needs, email info@relocationafrica.com, or call us on +27 21 763 4240.
Sources: [1], [2]. Image sources: [1], [2].