South Africa intends to introduce the electronic visa system starting November 2019. However, the South African government has yet to release the details of the upcoming eVisa rollout.
We do not know with certainty if the citizens of India will be eligible for the South Africa eVisa. The list of eligible countries is not available yet. Even so, we have a few details about the South Africa eVisa that may interest you.
What will the requirements for a South Africa eVisa be?
While we have some ideas about what the requirements will be, we must wait for the South African government to provide us with more information about the official guidelines. In the meantime, we know that all applicants must possess a passport that will remain valid for at least another 30 days after the departure date from South Africa. Two blank pages will also be necessary for stamping. Once we have more information about the requirements for a South Africa eVisa, we will let you know.
Details about the online process of getting a South Africa eVisa
While we wait for more information about the South Africa eVisa, iVisa is working to streamline the application process, making it as easy as possible for you. That is why our 2-step online application form will be short and straightforward. It will not take you more than a few minutes to go through it. The first step of the application form will consist of general information. You will have to provide us with your name, nationality, address, phone number, and other basic details. You will also have to provide your passport info and travel details. The first step will also require you to select a processing time for your application. iVisa provides you with three choices so that you can pick the one that best suits your needs. But keep in mind that the sooner you want your South Africa eVisa to be ready, the more you will be charged for it. The second step will be even more accessible. All you have to do is to provide iVisa with your payment details and review your form. iVisa accepts credit/debit cards, as well as PayPal, Alipay, and WeChat. You can use the one that is most convenient for you. As for the revision, you should be careful when you provide your information on the application form. If it is not accurate or there are typos, your South Africa eVisa will be invalid, and you will have to repeat the application process. Once the second step is complete, you will be free to submit your application, and iVisa will send you the South Africa eVisa via e-mail in PDF format. The document will arrive within the timeframe of your choosing. While we cannot know for sure that a South Africa eVisa will be available for the citizens of India, we are ready to help you in any way that we can. If you are eligible, we will make the application process as effortless as possible for you. Do not forget to check back with us shortly for more updates about the South Africa eVisa.