[LISTEN] What you need for a late registration for an ID
184 days ago
Do you want to apply for an identity document (ID) and not sure what the process entails?
What does the department consider as a late application for an ID number?
John Maytham speaks to the Department of Home Affairs Western Cape district co-ordinator Sam Plaatjies on the steps followed in applying for a late ID.
Any birth that is not registered at birth after the 31 days of birth is deemed to be a late registration of birth. From 31 days to 1 year. We also have one year to seven years. The other one is seven years to 14 years, then 15 years and above.Sam Plaatjies, Department of Home Affairs - Western Cape district coordinator
With these levels of applications, there is a level of authority that is needed in terms of what the panel will consist of in adjudicating these applications.Sam Plaatjies, Department of Home Affairs - Western Cape District Coordinator
At this level of authorisation, it requires the intervention of the provincial manager.Sam Plaatjies, Department of Home Affairs - Western Cape District Coordinator
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