PERMANENT RESIDENCE

PERMANENT RESIDENCE APPLICATIONS & RELATED SERVICES

You’ve decided to make South Africa your home? Congratulations on your decision!

 To live permanently in South Africa, you will need to apply for permanent residence. We can assist you with your application, offering our expert opinion and support.

PERMANENT RESIDENCE CATEGORIES

Direct residence in terms of Section 26:

  • Section 26(a): If you have held a continuous work permit (now visa) for more than five years and have a permanent offer/contract of employment.
  • Section 26(b): A spouse of a South African citizen or resident for a period of longer than five years.
  • Section 26(c): A child of a South African citizen or resident who is younger than 21 years.
  • Section 26(d): A child of a South African citizen.

Residence on other grounds in terms of Section 27:

  • Section 27(a) and (b): Foreign workers, including immediate family members, determined to have the skills and experience in terms of the departmental critical scarce skills list.
  • Section 27(c): Foreign business persons on existing business visas, including immediate family members, or persons intending to establish a new business or invest the prescribed minimum capital amount into the book value of an existing business.
  • Section 27(d): Recognised refugees with Refugee Status in South Africa for longer than five years.
  • Section 27(e): Retired persons or persons intending to retire in South Africa.
  • Section 27(f):  Foreign persons with the prescribed minimum net worth.
  • Section 27(g): Relatives (parents/children) of South African citizens or permanent residents.

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2 weeks ago

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is organising several repatriation flights from South Africa to various parts of Europe for Dutch nationals and other Europeans. If you are staying on in South Africa, and are concerned about the expiration of your travel documentation, please contact us for advice.
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3 weeks ago

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Lockdown not only affects international visitors, but also the locals in South Africa. How long will the cry of the people, whose self-employment has ground to a halt, go unheard, asks Thuli Madonsela? To read her open letter to President Ramaphosa, click here: bit.ly/2AUjTok
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2 months ago

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As South Africa is still under National Lockdown, our offices will remain closed until the Lockdown lifts. If you have visa related questions, you are welcome to contact us during this time:
Erik: 082 077 6007 or erik@visa-one.com
Angelique: 084 652 7471 or angelique@visa-one.com

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3 months ago

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There's no need to leave South Africa just yet! In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, temporary visa concessions have been granted for foreign nationals whose temporary residence visas are due to expire or have expired. We can advise and assist you with the paperwork, even during the lockdown (we are working remotely) - email us at info@visa-one.com.
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ACCREDITATIONS

We comply with the Immigration Act and related regulation in South Africa. Our consultancy services are unavailable through government channels. The application forms used during the immigration process can also be collected free of charge at any relevant immigration office.

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