UPDATE: Biometric registration for Zim permit open

2017-10-04 11:14 - Gabi Zietsman
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Cape Town - Zimbabweans applying for the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) can now submit their biometric data for their applications.

You need to secure an appointment first after completing the online application form with VFS Global before you can submit your biometrics.

SEE: Home Affairs announce Zim special permit reapplications

ZSP holders can follow these steps to apply for the ZEP:

1. Prepare the following documents: vaild ZSP, Zimbabwean passport and proof of employment, business or studies where applicable. Make sure all documents are in order before booking the appointment.

2. Complete the online form and print out a copy. After submitting book your appointment.

3. Make payment of R1 090 to confirm the application.

4. Arrive ten minutes before your appointment with your passport, proof of employment/work/study letter, online form printout and proof of payment.

5. At the appointment you will hand in your documents and submit your biometrics, and then you will receive a receipt to keep safe.

6. You can travel with your ZSP and receipt until your application is processed. 

ALSO SEE: How to apply for a Zim Exemption Permit

Applicants have until 30 November 2017 to apply for the ZEP and submit their biometrics at the following locations:

Durban: Musgrave towers, Musgrave Shopping mall, 5th Floor Musgrave

Cape Town: 2 Long street, 7th Floor, Cape Town

Port Elizabeth: Office 7C, 1st floor Moffet and Main, Corner 17th Ave & Main Road, Walmer, Port Elizabeth

Johannesburg: The Link, Old Pretoria Road, Half Way House, Midrand

Rustenburg: Cnr of Boom and Fatima Bayet street, Rustenberg

Kimberly: Unit 3 Building 2, Agri Office Park, N12 Kimberly 

Polokwane: Thornhill Shopping Centre, Veldspaat and Munnik Avenue Bendor Park, Polokwane

Nelspruit: Office 5 F, Nedbank Building, 30 Brown Street, Nelspruit

Bloemfontein: Suite 4, The Park, 14 Reid Street Westdene, Bloemfontein 

George: Unit 5 Eagle View, Progress Street, George 

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