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Dutch flag Consulate-General of the Netherlands in Cape Town

AddressStrandstraat 100
Cape Town 8001
South Africa
Phonelocal: (021) 421.5660
international: +27.21.421.5660
Faxlocal: (021) 418.2690
international: +27.21.418.2690
Emailkaa@minbuza.nl
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Nina Ferrell
Thu, 3 May 2018 06:53 EDT
Disability benefits
Hi
I am living in Cape Town at the moment .
I am an amputee.
My brother has a business in Amsterdam and he would like me to run it for him .
Would I be eligible for benefits from Holland?

Nina Ferrell
Wendy Coles
Mon, 30 Apr 2018 10:28 EDT
Renewal of passport
I have had 2 Dutch passports valid from 1974 to 1995. I did not renew the last one at the time as it was doubtful that I would travel. I would like to know whether I can renew it now, or must I put in a new application.
Bernarda Effting
Mon, 23 Apr 2018 10:52 EDT
Dutch Passport
Please advise if i can travel to from South Africa to UK return during July2018, IF my dutch passport expires on 20 August 2018.I telephoned dutch embassy in Cape Town and they said yes. But i would like confirmation
Jan-Hendrik Steffens
Tue, 6 Mar 2018 05:26 EST
ANCESTRAL VISA
Good morning,

I would like to know if I could apply for a ancestral Visa if my grandmother was born in the Netherlands? He moved to SA after world war 2.

I am currently 21 and obtain all my grandfathers documents like his Netherlands passport, birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate etc.

Would it at all be possible to get a Dutch visa?

Kind regards
Jan-Hendrik
Raymond Mouton
Tue, 27 Feb 2018 07:10 EST
Visa Documents
Which documentation would I need to present at the Consulate in Cape Town, South Africa when applying for my Visa
Joan Peeters
Mon, 14 Aug 2017 10:20 EDT
Renewal of my Dutch Passport
Dear Sir/ Madam,
My Dutch passport has expired about 10 years ago. I am a Dutch citizen but have permanent residency in South Afirca.
Could you please advice the procedure for renewal of my passport.
Thank you
Joan Peeters
anjaschwartz@yahoo.com
Wed, 2 Aug 2017 10:52 EDT
Passport Photo
Where do I go in Cape Town to have photographs taken for my Dutch Passport. Thank you
Talitha
Thu, 29 Jun 2017 05:15 EDT
Good morning,

I would like to know if I could apply for a ancestral Visa if my grandfather was born in the Netherlands? He moved to SA after world war 2.

I am currently 26 and obtain all my grandfathers documents like his Netherlands passport, birth certificate, marriage certificate, death certificate etc.

Would it at all be possible to get a Dutch visa?

Kind regards
Talitha
Henk Gewald
Sat, 4 Jun 2016 07:33 EDT
obtaining visa
I would like to make an appointment at the Embassy to stamp a form pertaining to our guarantee forms to take our grandson (S.A. passport) on a visit to the Netherlands with us. I am a Dutch citizen and have guardianship of my grandson.
Laura Loom
Sat, 24 Oct 2015 05:43 EDT
Renew Dutch Passport
My passport expires in February 2016. I was born in Holland and am a non resident of South Africa. I have a permanent residency stamp in my passport.
Now that the Dutch Consulate is closed in Durban I need to know the procedure to renew my current passport. Do I have to make an appointment to renew.
If so I will need to book a flight to Cape Town.
Therefore I will need more details.

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