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You can contact Home Affairs to appeal your status as a "prohibited person".
Legal permission to work in South Africa is accessed by getting a visa. In you case it can be a relatives visa, spousal visa or life partner visa
If her de facto father was assumed to be her biological father, the child would qualify for South African citizenship by descent
The child will have to apply for temporary visas to be legal, and apply for citizenship when they are 18 if they have only lived in South Africa.
Usually a person's debts remain active if they leave the country, but it is unclear what will happen if they are forced to leave, as with ZEP holders.
You could apply for a critical skills permit or a general work permit (if you get a job offer).
Unless Home Affairs gave you a letter rejecting your application on the basis of it being “manifestly unfounded”, “unfounded”, or ‘“abusive or fraudulent, this was likely a mistake.
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.