Zimbabwean Special Permit – ZSP

On October 8, 2014 / by Lara Horne / Leave a comment

The old Dispensation of Zimbabweans Project (“DZP”) will officially come to a close on 31 December 2014. The expiry date of all “DZP” permits will consequently brought forward to the 31 December 2014.

“DZP” permit-holders who wish to remain in South Africa are invited to apply for the “ZSP” which would be issued for 3 years.

Zimbabwean nationals traveling on expired “DZP” permits will not be declared undesirable at ports of entry, or arrested for being illegal if they are found in South Africa for being in possession of expired “DZP” permits.

Applicants will be asked to first complete the online application (click link) and book an appointment before proceeding to special VFS offices to submit the physical application.

ZSD Permit what to do

Step by step guide to applying for a ZSD Permit

The complete list of requirements, as well as addresses of special VFS Centres is found on the Department of Home Affairs website.

Sources: Department of Home Affairs website; VFS Global website.

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Lara Horne

Lara Horne

In my position as the copywriter for Initiate Immigration I am on the ball when it comes to immigration to South Africa. My job is to give you the most current immigration information for South Africa.
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