South Africa Visa fees

South Africa Visa fees
iVisa | Updated on Nov 26, 2019

As you may know, South Africa has decided to start issuing electronic visas, beginning in November 2019. Unfortunately, we do not have much information about it for the time being. The official guidelines have not been released to the public yet, and we are waiting for the South African government to disclose the details. Consequently, we cannot yet tell you much about the South Africa eVisa fees. However, we will let you know everything we can about the cost of the eVisa.

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First of all, when you apply for a South African eVisa through iVisa, the price will depend on the processing speed you choose for your application. You will be given the following three processing speed options so that you can choose the one that best fulfills your needs and budget:

  • Standard
  • Rush
  • Super Rush

Now, you must know that the cost of the South Africa eVisa itself will remain the same in all three cases. Only the service fees will vary from one option to the other. As you can imagine, the sooner you wish for your eVisa to arrive, the more you are going to be charged for it.

You will need to decide on a processing speed during the first step of the application form. The fees of the South Africa eVisa will be displayed directly on the screen so that you will know exactly what each one costs.

iVisa has always offered competitive pricing, so the South Africa eVisa will be no different. Also, we never include hidden charges or surcharges. You will know the exact price upfront.

You will also have your choice of payment method when you choose iVisa as your visa service. iVisa tries its best to be as flexible as possible so that it can satisfy the needs of every single applicant. You can use your credit or debit card, or you can use PayPal, Alipay, or WeChat. You can choose the method that is most convenient for you.

The bottom line is that we do not know much about the South Africa eVisa fees or overall cost. Since the details are scarce at the moment, we have very little information. However, as soon as more information becomes available, we will be more than happy to share it with you. Check back with us shortly so that we can keep you updated.

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