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Critical skills work visa - Corporate General Manager and Director occupations

Posted by Sue-Allan Mehl

A critical skills work visa may be issued to an applicant who possesses the necessary skills, experience and qualifications as set out in the Gazetted Critical skills list.

This work visa process includes the evaluation of foreign qualifications by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) which must be aligned to a certain NQF level as well as the written confirmation of skills and membership from a relevant professional body as recognized by SAQA.
 
However, for the occupations of Corporate General Manager and Director, there are additional company requirements which must be adhered to and are listed as follows –
 
Company size confirmation:
 
This requirement includes confirmation from the company on whether the enterprise is considered a medium or large enterprise. The company’s accountant or auditor may confirm this as well.
 
Confirmation on economic sector:
 
This information can be derived from the company’s Department of Labour Employment Equity document on the economic sector.
 
Employee turnover:
 
This information can be derived from the company’s Department of Labour Employment Equity document on the total full-time equivalent of paid employees – must be more than 50 employees.
 
Company total annual turnover:
 
This includes a report from the company’s auditors confirming the total annual turnover of the company – this varies from sector to sector.
 
Should you require any further information on this particular topic, or the critical skills work visa process, please reach out to us via our Contact Form on www.movingsouthimmigration.com. Alternatively, you may contact us on +2773 5357 534 or [email protected]
 
We look forward to having a chat with you!
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