When applying for upliftment after being found in possession of the following.
  1. Fraudulent Visas
  2. Fraudulent Permanent Residence permit.
  3. Foreign nationals who were deported. 
We require the following documents.
  1. Copies of passports.
  2. Copies of previous permit's or visas.
  3. A copy of the suspected fraudulent visa.
 
NB: The applicant must submit a signed representation with full details as to what led  him or her to obtain fraudulent visa or Permanent residence permit.
  1. The deported foreign nationals who had been out of the country for the prescribed period must submit South African Police Clearance Certificate when they apply for rehabilitation.
  2. In case whereby a foreign nationals  was found in possession of a fraudulent South African Police Clearance Certificate, Medical Certificates, School acceptance letter, Bank Statements must be forwarded to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 
Good Cause Appeals (email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..)
 
We require the following documents.
  1. A signed written representation with full details as to what led  him or her failed to renew his/her temporary residence visa within 60 days prior to its expiry, and what are the reasons beyond his or her control that prevented him or her to apply for such renewal.
  2. Copy of the Good Cause rejection letter (Form 2)
  3. Copies of the passports.
  4. Copies of previous permits or visas.
  5. Any other supporting documents in support of the request for an appeal process, such as a Letter from the respective Embassy when you claim delay of the passport issuance.
 
NB: Kindly note that we are strictly dealing with appeals application only. If you want to apply for a Good Cause you must approached nearest Home Affairs Inspectorate offices.
 
Appeals must be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Enquiries:
Mr. Mabasa - 071 252 0391
Mr. Mahlangu - 063 684 6615
Mr. Masilela - 063 684 6692
Mr. Moilwa - 066 290 3267
Mr. Ndlovu - 083 700 9351