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Apostille / Authentication

Simply Immigrate can assist with the apostille of the following documents:

  • Marriage Certificate / Birth Certificate / Letter of no impediment / Any document issued by the Department of Home Affairs
  • Matric Certificate / Tertiary Degree, Diploma, Qualification*
  • South African Police Clearance Certificate**
*Matric certificate / tertiary degree, diploma or qualification requires verification from the relevant Government governing body prior to submission for the apostille. EasyApostille will submit documentation to the Department of Higher Education, Department of Basic Education or Umalusi Council for the verification prior to the apostille. *Matric certificate / tertiary degree, diploma or qualification requires verification from the relevant Government governing body prior to submission for the apostille. EasyApostille will submit documentation to the Department of Higher Education, Department of Basic Education or Umalusi Council for the verification prior to the apostille. **SAPS Certificates remain valid for 6 months.

Simply Immigrate can assist with the authentication and apostille of the following documents:

  • Decree of Divorce / Court Order issued from any South African Court
  • Agreements / Contracts / Trade Documents / Power of Attorney
  • Medical / Radiological reports
  • Copy of Passport / ID Book / Drivers Licence
  • Translation
*Authentication requires that a South African Notary notarises the document. Our Notary charges R 300 per document.

Simply Immigrate can assist with the submission of documentation for Consular / Embassy Authentication:

    Costs are dependent on the Embassy / Consulate. The price generally ranges from R 350 to R 550 per document.

    If you have any queries call, email or complete the free assessment form and we will get back to you within 24 hours.

    Click here to visit our www.easyapostille.co.za website

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Dear Client,

South Africa is in a Presidential ordered “lockdown” until 16 April 2020.

  • DIRCO, SAQA, VFS and the Courts are closed.
  • The Department of Home affairs is working on skeleton staff, we expect no movement on new or pending applications.
  • The DHA have advised that foreign nationals will not be penalised on their visa conditions as long as the breach of visa conditions is a result of the lockdown.
  • The SAPS police clearance department, currently, is open and accepting, processing and issuing police clearances. This is subject to change at any time.

Please feel free to call or email us with regards to the services and support we can provide for you during the lockdown period. Our office remains open with staff working remotely respecting and adhering to Government directives.

We will post updates as and when we receive clarification on our usual product offering.