Have a question you would like answered? Email us and we may answer it. The questions here are based on ones from our readers, with identifying information removed.
Topic: Home Affairs | Show questions and answers for all topics
You can apply for a temporary spousal visa or a spousal permit.
You could make a sworn affidavit explaining your circumstances, but you may need legal help.
Possibly. In terms of the 2018 judgement in the Naki case, Home Affairs should accept and consider your application.
It depends during which stage of lockdown the baby was born.
Yes, if you are a dependent of a permanent residence holder and are aged under 21 years. But there is a massive backlog at Home Affairs.
If there is no other available parental ID but the blocked one, it could take a very long time for Home Affairs to resolve the problem.
You need to find some proof that you were born in South Africa and that at least one of your parents was South African.
Yes, but you should include an affidavit explaining the circumstances of your birth.
No, you need to apply for a life partner visa.
It is unconstitutional to be prevented from writing your matric without an ID or other documentation. Your father can make a sworn affidavit to help your ID application.