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New laws for children under 18 years going to South Africa

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The South African government has announced new laws for children under the age of 18 years travelling to South Africa either accompanied or unaccompanied.

A summary of the new laws is as follows:

Travelling with one parent must hold:

A valid passport, a copy of a birth certificate or equivalent document. A parental consent letter from the absent parent or guardian or letter of special circumstances or a court order granting full parental responsibilities and rights to the present parent.

With an adult other than a parent

A valid passport, copy of a birth certificate or equivalent document. Parental consent letter (S). Identification documents of parents and their contact details. 

Read the rest of the requirements below: 

Source – Byo24News


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