Madeleine Patton February 27, 2020 Immigration Letter
- family members Permit, lots of foreigners who reside in South Africa would not have direct family in the , there are foreigners who have family (direct - and 2nd kinship) living indefinitely (obtained permanent residence) or are African African American citizens from the nation, these foreigners may apply for a relatives .
In order to meet the requirements for a permit, the foreigner submit proof that they to take a position or have invested a quantity of (a) ZAR 2.5 million in cash in foreign exchange, (b), a capital contribution of at least ZAR 2.5 million (c) at ZAR 2.5 million in cash from foreign exchange and also a capital contribution of ZAR 500,000 the publication worth of the organization , in addition to other substantial documentation proof (i.e. business plan).
In addition to new measures, DHS has raised its civil penalties of . Effective March 27th penalties for noncompliance beginning at $375 per infraction. If convicted of knowingly or intentionally hiring undocumented aliens, on their first offence be fined $3,200 dollars each illegal worker. For repeated , as as $16,000 per incident can be evaluated a 10-year prison sentence.
Only at that time, it's uncertain what the immigration reform bill will look like whether it pass all this past year. But, one thing is sure - there will soon be enforcement at work, with or a law. Right now, as a result of of the political pressure, Immigration has recently started to apply the existing laws more aggressively. , it is incumbent upon all companies to run "preventative internal I 9 audit" today, before they're audited by the federal government. Employers are required by law to accomplish I-9, Employment Verification , for several their staff at the time of hire, certifying they have assessed the employees documents and they are to work in the . is for all workers, and even native born US citizens. Further, if an employee's work authorization expires, then the employer is required to a new I-9 form together with the updated information. Failure to do so may subject the company to penalties.