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Organisation : Department of Home Affairs
Facility Name : South African eVisa / ePermit
Country : South Africa
Website : https://ehome.dha.gov.za/epermit/home

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What is South African eVisa Service?

The South African online eVisa service provides a convenient and secure option to process an eVisa application with the South African Department of Home Affairs. The service provides direct interaction with the department that is responsible to lawfully process and grant eVisas to travellers entering South Africa. The four easy steps makes it possible to provide all the information required and effectively track the status and outcome of your application.

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How To Apply For South African eVisa?

The details of what information will be required to complete an South African eVisa / ePermit application by submitting the eVisa form is explained in detail at the location indicated below. The application process for minor children accompanying an adult is described and will need to be completed correctly to increase the success of the application for all parties.

Step 1 : Create your profile
A unique profile will be created associated to your passport details that will be available for 14 days to allow the processing of your application for a South African eVisa. Click on this card to get started.

Step 2 : Submit your online form
By completing and submitting the necessary information required on the eVisa application form your application can be processed.

Step 3 : Upload documentation
The required supporting documents to support your eVisa submission will need to be uploaded to complete your application submission.

Step 4 : Confirm secure payment
Your eVisa application will be completed by uploading the proof of payment you received from the bank, once you have made an Electronic Funds Transfer to the designated account.

Documents Required For eVisa

You will need the following documents if you wish to apply for South Africa eVisa:
** A valid and acceptable passport or travel document for your intended stay
** At least one blank page in your passport for endorsements
** A valid visa, if required
** Sufficient funds to pay for your day-to-day expenses during your stay
** A return or onward ticket
** Yellow fever certificates if your journey starts or entails passing through the yellow fever belt of Africa or South America.

FAQ On South African eVisa

Frequently Asked Question FAQ On South African eVisa

Who required an eVisa?
All foreign citizens wishing to travel to South Africa will need a visa, except citizens from countries who are exempt. Click HERE for a list of exempted countries.

What is the cost to obtain a South African eVisa?
The cost of the visa you apply for will be presented to you during capture and completion of your application form. The fee is stated in South African Rands (ZAR) please visit www.xe.com to obtain the spot price of your country’s equivalent, or click HERE

When will my eVisa expire?
Each country has different entry rules into South Africa. As such, validity of an e-visa to South Africa varies by type and country. Validity periods are stated when the e-visa is issued. Further information can be found here : Visas

What should I do after I apply for my eVisa?
Once the e-Visa is approved, notification will be made available to your e-Visa online portal. You must print a copy to carry with your passport and bring it along when you travel to South Africa. When you arrive in South Africa, you must have your e-visa notification printout, with your passport at all times.

Contact Centre

+27 800 601 190
csc [AT] dha.gov.za
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

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