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South African flag Embassy of South Africa in Harare

Address7 Elcombe Street
Belgravia, Harare
Phonelocal: (04) 760.404
international: +263.4.760.404
Faxlocal: (04) 749.657
international: +263.4.749.657
Consular Faxlocal: (04) 749.654
international: +263.4.749.654

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Wed, 27 Jul 2016 16:06 EDT
critical skills visa
Hi Ben
They have done up to 15 March
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 07:03 EDT
critical skills visa
Is there anyone who went for collection today? What date are they on for critical skills visas?
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 04:13 EDT
Kids Passport
@Rati Yes, both spouse and wife should be there physically AFAIK for both submission and collection. I tried submitting on their behalf and spent a whole day there for nothing. On submitting the passport, we asked for the option of keeping our sons passport when we submitted and they said we need to submit an affidavit. We thought since its only 6-8 weeks we would just leave it there. Its been 12 weeks now and counting. I recommend you confirm with them.
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 01:49 EDT
Study Visa
Can someone please help me with the bank balance that is required when applying for study visa. I would want to apply for my daughter for Grade 2. Some sources say a. Bank balance of R60 000. R40 000 R20 000 I really don't know which is which? Please help
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 00:30 EDT
Study Visa
I called in to make inquiries about an SA study visa. I'm already in school and I need to go back ASAP. I was told that my appointment could only be confirmed for the 16th of August. I should be in class by then. The lady I spoke to was very cold and harsh
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 17:07 EDT
Study permit
i got accepted at Boston in south africa now they are saying i can only start classes with a study permit..Do i have to come back to Zimbabwe for the permit? How long does it take to be processed?
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 15:49 EDT
kids are needed for any application in their name. even for collection. also if they are school going age u apply for study permit....they no longer give accompanying permits to kids of school going age
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 15:47 EDT
Hi Rati
All applicants will have to be there even when collecting every one who applied will have to be there. The passports will be retained by the embassy upon submission of applications. Have you booked for submission
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 13:48 EDT
Accompanying dependants study visas
Hello guys. I will be submitting applications for my kids to join me in SA. I will be submitting a spousal application. Are the kids required to be there for application submission or I can submit on their behalf? I would appreciate it if anyone going to the embassy may please ask for me?
Thank you in advance.
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 09:36 EDT
Critical Skills Visa
Hie Pius and Andre

That embassy has the worst client service record compared to the rest of the other embassies in the country. Firstly, the officers address the people outside the gate as if those people are a herd of cattle waiting to be released into the open plains. Secondly, some of the officers are very rude. You then wonder what one would have done to deserve such treatment. Then obviously the time they take to do their work is beyond ridiculous. Jesus Christ will return before these officers are done with people's visas.

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