IMPACT — MEDIUM
The South African government has introduced the Trusted Employer Scheme, allowing eligible companies to obtain work visas more quickly for highly skilled foreign nationals.
Additional Information: South African authorities will initially accept only 100 companies for TES. After a 100-day review period, authorities plan to allow more companies to register for TES.
BAL Analysis: The South African government introduced the Trusted Employer Scheme to attract skilled workers and manage immigration, particularly in cases where high volumes of applications need to be processed. Companies that participate in the program can benefit from priority processing of their visa applications.
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