||PEOPLE TRAVELLING OR TRANSITING WITH CHILDREN TO THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA; please see directive and also download the Schools Trip Affidavit and Parental Consent Affidavit forms.
NB: PARENT WHO IS NOT ACCOMPANYING HIS OR HER CHILD ON THE TRIP SHOULD COME IN PERSON TO DO THE AFFIDAVIT. THE AFFIDAVIT CAN ALSO BE DONE BY A SOLICITOR (NOTARY PUBLIC).
||The Consular Section at 15 Whitehall will not issue Temporary Adult and Child Passports anymore, but we will still issue Emergency Travel Certificates, where it is a proven Emergency.
The Consular section essentially deals
with two types of clients:
- South African Citizen living in the UK who require services
such as application for passports, registration
of births, copies of marriage, birth and death certificates must use the Passport pages
- Foreign nationals who want to visit South Africa either temporary
or permanently can click on Foreign Citizens
OPENING HOURS ARE:
- The office dealing with South African passport holders will be opened from 08h45 to 12h45 Monday to Friday except on public holidays. Collections will be from 08h45 - 12h45
- The office dealing with Foreign passport holders will be opened from 09h00 to 11h00 Monday to Friday except on public holidays. Collections will be from 11h00 - 12h00
In cases of extreme emergency, applicants
concerned should send their emergency requests to: email@example.com or fax
to: 020 7839 5198. Ensure that you include:
- Only in case of a bona fide emergency situation may travellers utilise manually issued Emergency Travel Documents and be allowed to enter and depart South Africa.
- doctors’ letter
or death certificate - Issued by the Department of Home Affairs,
in cases of deaths in South Africa
- your telephone number
so that you can be contacted immediately.
Please, do not proceed to the office without receiving a confirmation