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AddressStrandstraat 100
Cape Town 8001
South Africa
Phonelocal: (021) 421.5660
international: +27.21.421.5660
Faxlocal: (021) 418.2690
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Jan Hammer
Sat, 1 Feb 2014 08:39 EST
new passports
My Dutch passport is due to expire shortly and my wife's Dutch passport has already expired. Please advise the ways and means to obtain new passports.
Dhr Hindrik Toxopeus en mevr.M.J.Toxopeus
Thu, 16 Jan 2014 07:40 EST
need an appiontment to verify life certificate
Geagte Meneer Mevrouw,
Ik heb het formulier levensbewijs gekregen van de SVB bank.Zou graag een afspraak maken met het consulaat.
Vriendelijke groeten
Hindrik Toxopeus/Margareta Toxopeus-Mosselman
Rupesh kumar
Tue, 22 Oct 2013 16:40 EDT
regarding searching job
i am electrical and electronics engineer i want to doing job in any company for this purpose i need help how to do that
Julia
Tue, 3 Sep 2013 02:56 EDT
Renewing Passport
HI
What is the procedure in renewing one's passport? This is the first time I will be doing it. Do I have to make an appointment or is it OK for one not to? What documents are required?

Thanks
Neville Lodewyks
Sun, 21 Jul 2013 11:18 EDT
Urgent visa application
I work for a cruise line company. I am currently on vacation in the east, returning to Cape Town on 30 July. I have just been requested by my company to replace someone on a ship sailing out of Amsterdam on 12 August. This leaves me with only 8 business days after my return to Cape Town, to apply for and acquire the required Schengen visa.
Is such a short notice emergency application possible?

Sincere regards
Neville
Monique Phillips
Thu, 18 Jul 2013 04:03 EDT
Enquiry
Hi. My EU Passport has expired and would like to know how to renew it. Are there forms i can get on the internet or must i come in? If so do i make an appointment first. Please advise.

Thank you
Gillian Simspon
Tue, 25 Jun 2013 07:54 EDT
Enquiry
Are there any planned visits to Port Elizabeth or East London for application of visa's.
My visa would be within 3 years of the last visa granted.
Zainu
Thu, 30 May 2013 15:52 EDT
Enquiry re citizenship
A friend of mine living in Cape Town was born in Kzn, his parents we both from Sandfort Holland. Can he apply for citizenship? What documents does he need? Both parents are deceased.
Jared
Sun, 24 Mar 2013 20:51 EDT
To MALIKAH BAATJES
Normally you are eligible for Dutch citizenship if your father was a citizen at the time of your birth. If this is the case, and you have documentary evidence, it's a straightforward procedure.
MALIKAH BAATJES
Mon, 18 Mar 2013 12:02 EDT
DUTCH CITIZENSHIP
Dear Sir/Madam,
I believe that one can apply for Dutch citizenship, if your ancestory is dutch.
My father's name is William Baatjes.
My grandfather's name was Willem Baatjes(My father's father), he also fought in the second world war in Italy. I don't know what his father's name was.
The older generation never used to keep records, so I don't know much detail.
Is it possible for me to apply for Dutch citizenship?
And if yes, what are the procedures that I would have to follow?
I am now 47 years of age and my Dad is not interested in applying.
Thank you, Very Grateful

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