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Yes, if they are dependent, aged between 18 and 23, and studying. They'll need temporary residence first.
It depends. The South African Nursing Council will recognise your qualification if it meets certain criteria.
You can apply for a temporary spousal visa or a spousal permit.
Possibly. In terms of the 2018 judgement in the Naki case, Home Affairs should accept and consider your application.
You can get exemption by applying to Home Affairs for a Waiver of Regulation 9(5).
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.
They might. It would be best to contact an organisation that specialises in immigration matters.
It will be difficult. as they may not qualify for other visas in the Immigration Act.
Yes, if Home Affairs accepts the ID number on your birth certificate.
Home Affairs should help you, but you will have to give a "good and sufficient reason"