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Voting abroad in the 2019 general election

Mar 6, 2019 Comments Off on Voting abroad in the 2019 general election sajapanadmin

On 26 February 2019 the President of the Republic of South Africa and the provincial Premiers proclaimed the 8 May 2019 as the elections date by way of notices in …

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2019 elections – Notice to all SA citizens in Japan

Apr 9, 2018 Comments Off on 2019 elections – Notice to all SA citizens in Japan sajapanadmin

NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS (NPE) 2019 – ATTENTION TO ALL SOUTH AFRICAN CITIZENS LIVING AND WORKING IN JAPAN: South African citizens in Japan are hereby informed that voter registration will …

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Ending of acceptance of cash payments

Apr 22, 2016 Comments Off on Ending of acceptance of cash payments sajapanadmin

The Embassy of the Republic of South Africa in Japan will stop accepting cash payments for Immigration and Civic Services such as applications for visas, identity documents, birth certificates, etc. …

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Unabridged birth certificates – an entry and exit requirement

May 18, 2015 Comments Off on Unabridged birth certificates – an entry and exit requirement sajapanadmin

Unabridged birth certificates as an entry and exit requirement in terms of the immigration regulation 6 (12) Officials on transfer are reminded that the Department of Home Affairs will implement …

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New Immigration Regulations – from 1 June 2015

May 17, 2015 Comments Off on New Immigration Regulations – from 1 June 2015 sajapanadmin

Kindly take note of the latest information regarding the requirements for children traveling to and from the RSA as per the new Immigration Regulations. This stipulation will be effective on 01 …

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Unabridged Birth Certificate for Minors – All You Need To Know

May 6, 2015 Comments Off on Unabridged Birth Certificate for Minors – All You Need To Know sajapanadmin

From 1 June 2015, the Department of Home Affairs in South Africa will require all passengers under 18 to travel with an Unabridged Birth Certificate. All you need to know…

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Implementation of SA’s new visa rules changes.

Sep 17, 2014 Comments Off on Implementation of SA’s new visa rules changes. sajapanadmin

Cape Town – Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba has announced changes to the implementation of South Africa’s new visa rules. Speaking at a press briefing in Cape Town Gigaba …

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New immigration regulations

Jun 19, 2014 Comments Off on New immigration regulations sajapanadmin

The Department of Home Affairs has provided a grace period to allow children to travel with parents or guardians without an unabridged birth certificate until end of September 2014. This …

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