n Without Prejudice - It really doesn't matter what the legislation says : immigration law




In the April issue of (p65), Emile Myburgh gives an interesting and useful exposition of the flaws which currently exist within the Immigration Act and Regulations. However, flaws of this nature can generally be overcome. More difficult is where the legislation fails to provide for those "unusual" applications or those granted in terms of the old Regulations and the tendency of department officials to exercise their discretion in an inconsistent manner when processing and approving such applications.


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