Applying for a South African Relative Visa for a direct family member
New World Immigration has had years of experience in helping families lawfully life and work in South Africa when one member of the union does not have South African citizenship.
Approaching the South African Department of Home Affairs to apply for a Relative Visa can be a daunting task but we know what we are doing and will guide you through the process to a happy result.
A first-line member of your family, in other words a spouse, parent, sibling or child will be permitted to stay in South Africa with you for a period of two years using this visa – after which we can also assist you in applying for an extension of your visa.
If you are interested in applying for a Life Partner Visa for an immigrant to South Africa we can help you with this too. We know all the potential pitfalls and will make sure your required documentation is up to standard insuring the best possible result for your application.
The Life Partner Visa also allows a foreigner to lawfully reside in the country as the life partner to a South African citizen. It is valid for two years and is also extendable.
We will submit documentation to the South African Department of Home Affairs on your behalf which will contain proof of co-habitation and joint financial responsibilities.
The Life Partner Visa is also a gateway visa to applying for a Work Visa which New World Immigration will help you apply for with the Department of Home Affairs.
Contact one of our specialist visa consultants who will discuss all requirements for a successful application with you.
Our friendly team is trained and up to date with the latest visa specifications for the country. We assure friendly, professional and efficient service.
Feel free to make use of our free Visa Eligibility Assessment tool which will give you an accurate indication of your visa eligibility.