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Zimbabwe permit process closes: SA Home Affairs

intp dating entj By Staff Reporter A total of 245 000 Zimbabweans living in South Africa were eligible to apply for the new permit.(REUTERS) Wednesday afternoon is the deadline for any Zimbabweans in South Africa wanting to apply for a permit to stay in the country legally, the Home Affairs Department said.

“The closure of the Zimbabwean special permit application process is by end of business today, 31 December,” the Department said in a statement.

follow link As of Tuesday, 207 802 applications had been received, while 198 840 appointments had been booked through VFS, a private company  to which home affairs had outsourced certain visa and permit processes.

T3 Total è una società che opera nel settore ottico a Roma. Sul nostro portale potrai scoprire tutti i prodotti disponibili. A total of 245 000 Zimbabweans living in South Africa were eligible to apply for the new permit.

demo prova option time The department said that besides the close of applications for Zimbabwean special permits, permits issued under an older system, the Dispensation for Zimbabwean Project (ZSP) also expired on Wednesday — no matter their original expiry date.

source Last month, the department announced it would allow people with the expired older permits to still use these documents to travel in and out of South Africa during the festive season until December 31.

binУЄre optionen metatrader broker Zimbabweans in the country illegally were granted an opportunity  from 2009 to legalise their stay via the permit, due to the political and socio-economic conditions in that country. Previously, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said all the new  permits should be issued by the end of April next year.
They would be valid until the end of 2017.

follow A similar permit process for the Basotho, Mozambicans, and other  Southern African Development Community (SADC) nationals is expected to be implemented in future. -SABC

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