VISA FEES AT A GLANCE
|Temporary Resident Visa|
|Category||DHA Application Fee||VFS Service Fee|
|General Work Visa||R 1520||R 1350|
|Critical Skills Visa||R 1520||R 1350|
|Corporate Work Visa||R 1520||R 1350|
- 1 How long does it take to get a visa South Africa?
- 2 How long is South Africa visa in Nigeria?
- 3 How much does visa cost?
- 4 Can I go to South Africa without a visa?
- 5 How long can I stay in South Africa without a visa?
- 6 What are the documents required for South Africa visa?
- 7 How much does South Africa visa cost in Nigeria?
- 8 How can a Nigerian move to South Africa?
- 9 How much is a visa to Africa?
- 10 How do I pay my visa fee?
- 11 How long does visa last?
How long does it take to get a visa South Africa?
Four to 12 weeks, depending on where you submit When you submit your application abroad, you’ll wait approximately 4 to 8 weeks on an outcome. This waiting time increases to 8 to 12 weeks if you submit your application in South Africa.
How long is South Africa visa in Nigeria?
How long does it take to get a South Africa visa from Nigeria? Processing times vary depending on the type of visa one is requesting. However, Nigerian citizens planning to visit South Africa for short-term trips and applying through an embassy can expect to have their visa processed within 10-15 days.
How much does visa cost?
Visa Types and Application Fee Amounts The application fee for the most common nonimmigrant visa types is US$160. This includes tourist, business, student, and exchange visas. Most petition-based visas, such as work and religious visas, are US$190. K visas cost US$265 and the fee amount for E visas is US$205.
Can I go to South Africa without a visa?
U.S. citizens (U.S. passport holders) visiting the Republic of South Africa for ninety (90) days or less for tourism / business purposes do not need visas. If the names of their countries are not listed, it means they need to apply for visas.
How long can I stay in South Africa without a visa?
At present, citizens of 28 countries can enter South Africa visa-free for up to 30 days, while passport holders of an additional 48 nationalities can visit South Africa visa-free for tourism or business for a maximum 90-day stay, including citizens of the United Kingdom.
What are the documents required for South Africa visa?
Documents required to apply for a visa
- A passport or travel document valid for no less than 30 days after the expiry of your intended visit.
- Your passport must have at least TWO unused page for entry / departure endorsements.
- A completed Form BI-84 (application for a visa)
- Payment of the prescribed fee.
How much does South Africa visa cost in Nigeria?
Non-refundable visa fee of ₦8,600, excluding service fee. Proof of financial status (six months recent bank statements) or financial support letter from employer with six months bank statements in a case where the employer is sponsoring the trip.
How can a Nigerian move to South Africa?
How Can Nigerians Obtain a Visa for South Africa?
- Filling out the application form in all its parts as accurately as possible.
- Submit relevant documentation like a valid Nigerian passport.
- Provide a valid email address to receive their visa and pay the visa application fee.
How much is a visa to Africa?
A single entry visa costs $51 and a transit visa costs $21 (there is no transit charge if the visitor stays within the airport). Passports must be valid for six months and need two blank pages. Bring a printed copy of the visa to show officials upon arrival.
How do I pay my visa fee?
The most convenient payment method for your nonimmigrant visa application (NIV) fee is online with a debit card.
- Once you log into your profile and while on the payment screen, you can select to pay using a debit card.
- After you pay the visa application fee, print your receipt for your records.
How long does visa last?
No more than a year at first, usually six months. You can apply for extensions of stay in six-month increments if your reasons are consistent with the terms and conditions of your original status.