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dha.gov.za Lesotho Special Permit (LSP) Registration : Department of Home Affairs
Organization : Department of Home Affairs
Facility : Lesotho Special Permit (LSP) Registration
Closing Date : 30 September 2016
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Website : http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/notices/747-lesotho-special-permit-lsp-registration
Apply Here : http://www.vfsglobal.com/lsp/southafrica/
DHA Lesotho Special Permit Registration
** You MIGHT be eligible to apply for the Lesotho Special Permit (LSP).
Related / Similar Service :
DHA Zimbabwean Special Permit
To qualify for the LSP, a Lesotho national must :
** Be registered on the National Population Register (NPR) system of Lesotho and a have a Lesotho ID card
** Have a valid passport or travel document with a unique Lesotho identity (ID) number
** Ensure that the passport is valid for a period of more than four years. If the validity period of the passport or the travel document is less than four years, the holder will bear the cost of the replacement of both the passport and the LSP into the new passport
** Lesotho Nationals who are in South Africa for less than 12 months need to have a Police Clearance Certificate from Lesotho that is not more than six-months old
** Applicants DO NOT need to apply for a South African Police Clearance Certificate. The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) in South Africa will obtain the South African Police Service clearance on behalf of all LSP applicants
Provide proof of :
** Employment or Affidavit from employer – to be issued with an LSP Work Permit
** Business registration with SARS and CIPRO – to get an LSP Business Permit
** Registration with an educational institution – for an LSP Study Permit
7 Easy steps
Step 1: Keep your Lesotho ID number and passport details ready
Step 2: Complete online application form at .vfsglobal.com/lsp/southafricaor visit an application centre near you for assistance on weekends.
Step 3: Make mandatory fee payment (online or prepayment at bank)
Step 4: Schedule appointment online
Step 5: Submit supporting documents & biometrics data at LSP Facilitation centre on appointed date and time
Step 6: Await outcome from DHA
Step 7: Collect LSP outcome from the LSP Facilitation centre
** The Fees for an LSP application is ZAR 970
** Lesotho Nationals who are in South Africa for less than 12 months need to have Police Clearance Certificate from Lesotho that is not more than six-months old.
** LSP Permit applications will be managed by VFS Visa Processing SA Pty Ltd and adjudicated by the Department of Home Affairs of the Republic of South Africa
** For more information please visit the website .vfsglobal.com/lsp/southafrica/
Contact details :
Call Centre: +27 87 230 0411,
E-mail: info.lsp AT vfshelpline.com
Contact : Mr Gerson Muti
Call Us : 060 960 3146 or 012 406 2838 or 012 406 7258
Email Us : gerson.muti AT dha.gov.za
High Commission of the Kingdom of Lesotho: Tel: 012 460 7648
** An opportunity awaits you! Regularise your stay in South Africa NOW!
FAQ On DHA Lesotho Special Permit
The Lesotho Special Permit (LSP) is a program initiated by the South African government through the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) to regularize the status of Lesotho nationals who were in South Africa illegally or who overstayed their visas. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the Lesotho Special Permit:
What is the Lesotho Special Permit?
The Lesotho Special Permit is a program that allows Lesotho nationals who are living in South Africa without proper documentation or who overstayed their visas to apply for temporary residence permits that are valid for four years.
Who is eligible to apply for the Lesotho Special Permit?
Lesotho nationals who were in South Africa before September 30, 2015, and who meet the criteria set out by the Department of Home Affairs are eligible to apply for the Lesotho Special Permit.
What are the criteria for the Lesotho Special Permit?
To be eligible for the Lesotho Special Permit, applicants must have a valid Lesotho passport, proof of employment or business, proof of residence in South Africa, and a clean criminal record. Applicants must also pay the required application fee.