You asked: How do I apply for a South African passport overseas?

Can I renew my South African passport from abroad?

Passports cannot be renewed.

However, South Africans applying for the renewal of their passports from abroad can expect the process to take from 9 to 12 months. Regardless, the DHA still experiences severe backlogs in new passport applications and renewals.

Can you renew your South African passport online?

Online application

Simply go to the eHomeAffairs website and register online. Make your online payment. To record your biometrics you have two options: Proceed to your nearest Home Affairs office with your ID, old passport and proof of payment and they will record your photo, thumbprints and signature.

How can I apply for passport online?

Login to the Passport Seva Online Portal with the registered Login Id. Click “Apply for Fresh Passport/Re-issue of Passport” link. Fill in the required details in the form and submit. Click the “Pay and Schedule Appointment” link on the “View Saved/Submitted Applications” screen to schedule an appointment.

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How do I apply for a South African passport?

To apply for the passport, you must submit the following documents:

  1. A duly completed passport application Form DHA-73.
  2. Your original identity document and a copy, or a birth certificate and copy thereof if under 16.
  3. If under 18 years, parental consent for issuing of the passport.

How long does it take to get a South African passport 2021?

South African passports are issued only in Pretoria, South Africa. However, applications must still be submitted or forwarded to the applicable South African representative office. Applications take six (6) months or more to be finalized.

Can I enter South Africa on an expired passport?

Entering and exiting South Africa

You can still use your British passport to leave and enter any other country, according to that country’s rules.

Can I apply for new passport after it expires?

A: You have to fill up the Passport Application Form and apply for “Re-issue of Passport”. Fresh police verification is initiated if the passport has expired more than three years ago. Hence, fresh police verification will be required in your case.

Which banks renew South African passports?

Absa, FNB, Nedbank, and Standard Bank have had multiple branches supporting the service for several years. Discovery Bank and Investec Bank recently started participating in the programme with one branch each.

What documents are needed for passport?

Documents required for a fresh passport

  • Photo passbook of running bank account in any public sector bank, private sector bank and regional rural banks.
  • A voter ID card.
  • Aadhaar card.
  • Electricity bill.
  • Rent agreement.
  • Driving license.
  • PAN card.
  • Landline or postpaid mobile bill.
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How much does a passport cost in South Africa?

Frame of four black and white photos taken for ID applications.

List of Tariffs as of 01 April 2013.

First application for Tourist Passport R400.00
Re- apply must bring old passport copy R400.00
Re-apply with lost passport R800.00

How long does it take to get a new passport online?

‘Passport Online’ is the fast, secure and convenient service, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The application takes ten working days plus postage. It is the fastest way to apply for or renew your passport.

Can a foreigner apply for a South African passport?

Citizenship by naturalisation

You can apply for South African citizenship through naturalisation if you have held a permanent residence permit for at least 5 years if you have married a South African, or you are a minor under 21 years with a permanent residence.

How long does it take to get your passport in South Africa?

It will take about 7-21 working days to process the application and issue the passport. The tourist passport is valid for 10 years. Note: Passports must be valid for at least 30 days after the intended date of departure.