British citizenship and UK & Australian immigration seminars
Philip Gamble will be presenting a series of seminars on British citizenship and immigration solutions to the UK and Australia. The seminars will be held in Johannesburg on 7, 8 and 9 November (Monday to Wednesday). They then move to Cape Town on 10, 11 and 12 November (Thursday to Saturday).
More about the seminars
The seminars are free to attend, but you must register in order to attend. You can bring family and friends. The formal presentations, which should each take around an hour, will be followed by a question and answer session, giving you an opportunity to ask questions specific to your circumstances. You can attend any number of these seminars as they are held throughout each day. The seminars will cover the following subjects:
Children under 18
There are special provisions in British nationality law allowing children under 18 to be registered as British citizens, but this must happen before they turn 18. In addition, we present solutions for children to study in the UK and to naturalise as British citizens after a period of residency.
Claiming a British passport
You or your children might qualify for a second passport – without realising it. If you have a UK-born grandparent or if you (or a parent or grandparent) was born in a former British territory, then you could have a successful claim.
Relocation to the UK and Australia
We present ways in which you and your family can relocate to the UK or Australia. We will cover all the different types of visas available.
Citizenship by investment
If you have total assets (including cash, shares, properties and the value of your own business) of more than R4 million, then you could qualify for one of several wealth-based visas or citizenship by investment programmes.
How to book your place
These seminars are hosted by Sable International, the new name for Philip Gamble & Partners. If you want to attend, you can do so on the seminar page of Sable International
More about Philip Gamble
Philip is an authority in British nationality law as well as the effects of decolonization within the former British Empire. He is a senior partner in, and runs the nationality and immigration businesses of, Sable International. He has been actively involved in numerous precedent setting cases, some resulting in changes to UK nationality law as well as how immigration policies are applied.
Philip Gamble and his team visit Eastern and Southern Africa every year. The venues for these seminars include:
- Kenya and Tanzania: Nairobi, Mombasa and Dar es Salam
- South Africa: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Pietermaritzburg, East London, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town
- Other cities in Southern Africa: Harare, Bulawayo, Lusaka, Gaborone and Windhoek.
If you want to register your interest in attending future seminars, you can do so on the seminar page of Sable International. We’ll then let you know well in advance of when these will take place.