- What documents are needed to apply for an ID?
- How do I get a first time ID in South Africa?
- Which banks can I apply for my ID?
- Is Home Affairs open for ID application?
- How do I check if my identity is ready?
- How long does it take to get your smart ID?
- What is needed to apply for an ID in South Africa?
- Can you apply for an ID at FNB?
- Can I apply for my ID at capitec?
- Can I apply for my ID at Absa?
- How do I apply for a lost ID card?
What documents are needed to apply for an ID?
Western Cape Home Affairs Offices.
Applying for a Smart ID….First time applicantsForm BI-9, completed in black ink.
A certified copy of your birth certificate or reference book or a copy of the old Transkei, Bophutatswana, Venda or Ciskei homelands identity or travel documents.More items…•Mar 2, 2021.
How do I get a first time ID in South Africa?
First time applicant identity document:BI 9 form/DHA-9 (COMPULSORY FOR ALL PEOPLE 16 YEARS AND OLDER) – Full set of fingerprints. … BI 529 – Determination of citizenship; Compulsory for all applications. … Divorce decree. … Certified copy of marriage certificate. … Certified copy of South African ID book and/or Birth Certificate;More items…
Which banks can I apply for my ID?
19 new bank branches where you can get your South African smart ID and passport in 2020Absa. … FNB. … Nedbank. … Standard Bank. … Current E-Home Affairs branches.Feb 12, 2020
Is Home Affairs open for ID application?
For collection of ID, please do not come to Home Affairs unless you are specifically invited via an SMS. … Home Affairs offices will continue opening Monday to Friday, from 08:00 to 15:30. We are extending our operating hours to 19:00 to accommodate people who need to register deaths and births up to 15 February 2021.
How do I check if my identity is ready?
To confirm if their documents have indeed arrived at their nearest Home Affairs office members of the public can ‘track’ the application progress, by texting the word ‘ID’, a space and their 13-digit ID number to 32551. Alternatively they can call the Contact Centre on 0800 60 11 90.
How long does it take to get your smart ID?
How long does it take for an applicant to receive a Smart ID Card? 14 working days from date of application provided it is a straight forward application meeting all the requirements.
What is needed to apply for an ID in South Africa?
Forms BI-9 and BI-309 completed with the correct information. Proof of the error, that shows the correct information e.g. birth certificate. Two identical colour photographs (NOT needed at smartcard offices as ID images are captured digitally)
Can you apply for an ID at FNB?
FNB in partnership with the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has launched the application of Smart ID and passport (new/ renewal) to the public. Apply online and collect at one of these FNB Branches: Lynnwood (Grove Shopping Mall), Centurion Lifestyle, 4 Merchant Place and Burgersfort.
Can I apply for my ID at capitec?
People can apply for their smart ID through the Department of Home Affairs or they can get their smart ID at a bank. … Members of the public can also get thier passport from banks like FNB, Capitec and Nedbank.
Can I apply for my ID at Absa?
The online application process for your Smart ID and passport is similar to SARS e-Filing – so it’s pretty user friendly. The Department of Home Affairs will install offices within Absa, facilitating efficient and more secure ways of servicing South Africans.
How do I apply for a lost ID card?
Dear Sir, This letter is to inform the department that I have lost my University id card in the seminar I attended (Date). When I became aware about such fact I visited the auditorium after the seminar but could not find it. This letter is to request a temporary card or such document which would indicate my identity.