More Home Affairs services open under Level 1: Here's a look at what has resumed
Several services were temporarily suspended at Home Affairs in January 2021 amid the second wave of Covid-19 infections.
At the time, South Africa was placed under an adjusted level 3 lockdown.
Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says the department has decided to reinstitute more services following the country’s move to lockdown level 1 earlier this week.
Here's a list of the services that will return from Thursday 4 March 2021:
- Re-issues of Smart ID Cards and identity documents
- Registration and Solemnisation of Marriages
- Amendments and rectifications
- Late Registration of Birth (LRB) for all categories
- Applications and collections of passports for all categories
These services will be offered in addition to the services that were offered during the adjusted level 3 lockdown.
Here's a list of the services that were previously offered during Level 3:
- Births Registration
- Re-issuance of Births Certificates
- Late Registration of Birth (LRB) for learners and pensioners only
- Death registration
- Applications temporary Identity certificate (TIC)
- Collection of Identity cards or documents
- Applications and collection of passports for those who are exempted to travel
- Applications for identity (Smart ID) Cards or documents for matriculants only
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