What does it mean if I have conditions placed on my Visit Visa....
So your country is not visa exempt and you need to apply each and every time you head to South Africa for vacation or with the intention to find work in the Republic. So now you get to South Africa enjoying your vacation and suddenly you enjoy it so much that you would love to extend your visa or you need more time to secure a work but they have placed conditions on your visa and the Department of Home Affairs denies your application to extend.
Under the section called conditions they have placed the following which is one of many conditions to be placed depending at which embassy you have applied at; “Admitted for holidays for 30 days only. Non extend. Must hold onward return ticket. Study/Employment prohibited.” So let’s take a look at this and what it means.
Admitted for 30 days only. NON EXTEND- Means that you are not able to extend your visa, so in plain English it means you are only allowed to stay for 30 days in South Africa.
Must hold onward ticket- You need to be in possession of your flight ticket back to your country of residence.
Study/Employment prohibited – Whilst you are in South Africa, you are not allowed to work or study.
The only way around this is to leave South Africa, then apply for another visit visa then head back to South Africa. If you have managed to secure employment then the best option would be to head back to your home country and then apply for your work permit at your nearest South African Embassy and then enter South Africa with your work permit.
The following Countries usually place conditions on visa;
• Sri Lanka
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