Affordability, the beautiful attractions, our wonderful climate are only some of the reasons people choose South Africa as their retirement destination.
Individuals wanting to retire in South Africa can apply for a temporary residence visa based on retirement (retired person visa).
The retirement visa is issued for up to four (4) years, and allows the holder of the retired person visa to retire and stay in South Africa on a seasonal or continuous basis. Continue reading
If you want to stay for more than 6 months in South Africa, there are different visa options between which you can choose.
With this post we want to provide to you a short overview about certain visa options for South Africa.
For further details to the specific visa permits, please click on the visa numbers as we linked them to the respective articles with the relevant full visa information:
For foreign investors who want to start a business or invest in an existing business, the South African government provides the business visa. This kind of visa is valid for up to 3 years.
If you want to work, click HERE to find out more about the different types of work visa options.
Foreign students, which want to study in South Africa, may apply for a study visa. This will allow foreign students to stay in South Africa for the duration of the registered course of the applicant. Continue reading
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Persons wishing to retire in South Africa can apply for temporary residence based on retirement.
This visa is issued for up to 4 years and allows the holder to retire in the Republic and reside in South Africa on a seasonal or continuous basis.
The visa does not allow the holder to work during their retirement.
An authorization to work can be applied for, but is rarely granted in practice. Continue reading