The tables below list all the home affairs associated fees.
Identity Document: Issuing of first document.
Identity Document: Re-issuing, provided that the re-issuing of identity documents is free of charge in those cases where an identity document was issued and the forename is repeated as a surname in the document, if the Department did not insist on the application for insertion of the surname at the time of the initial application, and when a new identity document is issued to a former TBVC-citizen to replace his old South African identity document classifying him as a non-South African citizen.
Temporary Identity Certificate: Issuing of a Temporary Identity Certificate (TIC).
First issue of an Unabridged Birth Certificate.First issue of an abridged Death or Marriage Certificate.
Issuing of an abridged Birth, Death or Marriage Certificate, or a reproduction of the relevant register or a reproduction of any supporting documentation which is coupled to the register concerned, as well as verification of information from birth, marriage and death registers with regard to any individual, provided that where such reproduction or verification is required for official purposes by a Government institution within the meaning of serial number 11, it will be FREE of charge.
Issuing of an abridged computer printed or handwritten birth, death or marriage certificate, provided that no fees are payable for the issuing of the prescribed certificate on registration of birth, death or marriage.
Application for any amendment to the birth register of any person including the noting of the fact of adoption in the birth register of a person i.r.o the Child Care Act, 1983, but excluding the re-registration of a birth i.r.o. section 11 of the Births and Deaths Registration Act, 1992, which is free of charge.
Application for any change of the forenames or surname of a minor (Sections 24 and 25 of Act 51 of 1992).
Application for the changing of a major’s forenames in the birth register (Section 24 of Act 51 of 1992). The insertion of a major’s surname in the birth register, however, is free of charge if his identity document was issued with the forename repeated as a surname. The subsequent re-issuing of such a person’s identity document is also free of charge.
Application by a major to assume a different surname (provided that, should the applicant be lawfully married, the amount also includes the application of his spouse as well as those of any minor children, or if the applicant is a divorced female or widow, it also includes the application of her minor children, if any)(Section 26 of Act 51 of 1992)
Issuing of a duplicate confirmation of the change of a major’s forenames and/or surname
Letter of confirmation of marital status
Passport fees in South Africa
Replacement of new format South African tourist passport that runs out of blank visa pages, before the expiry dates.
Document for traveling purposes (BI-105)
Emergency Travel Certificate (BI-123)
Maxi Tourist Passport
Crew Member Certificate
Naturalization application and issue of original citizenship certificate
Issuing of duplicate citizenship certificate (including application for certificates issued in terms of section 16 of Act 88 of 1995) as well as confirmation (To whom it may concern)
Resumption of SA citizenship, in terms of section 13 of Act 88 of 1995
Retention of SA citizenship, in terms of section 6(2) of Act 88 of 1995
Retrospective exemption in terms of section 26(4) of the South African Citizenship Act, 1995, from the loss of South African citizenship.
Official Passport (including official emergency passport) or crew member certificate, and a temporary passport issued for official purposes.
Replacement of lost/ damaged/ stolen South African passport, child passport, maxi passport or document for traveling purposes referred to in Regulation 16 of the South African Passports and Travel Documents Regulation, 1996
DOUBLE THE CURRENT TARIFF FOR THE DOCUMENT CONCERNED. Provided that where the document had been stolen/ lost/ damaged through NO negligence on the part of the holder, only the normal fee will be payable.
The furnishing of information from the Population Register on magnetic tape or similar format in accordance with the provisions of section 21 of the Identification Act, 1997 (Act 68 of 1997)
R480.00requested for every 5000 persons or for portion thereof.
Furnishing of information from the Population Register for official purposes to any Department of State, Local Authority or Statutory Body. Provided that the prescribed fees for abridged or unabridged certificates shall be payable if such certificates are requested.
Frame of four black and white photos taken for ID applications.
The following fees shall be payable in terms of section 7(1)(i) of the Immigration Act in respect of the applications specified:
Section of ACT
Certificate to enter or depart from the Republic at a place other than a Port of Entry
Renewal of Visitor’s Permit
Medical Treatment Permit
Relative’s Permit for immediate family member other than spouse or minor child
Retired person Permit
Permanent Residence Permit excluding applications by persons contemplated in sections 25(b) and (c) and 27(d) of the ACT
Certificate of Confirmation of Permanent Residence
Processing fee for application for registration as an Immigration Practitioner