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Visa Notifications
Visa Appointments

Visa Appointments

Did you know that not only UK and EU visa applications require an appointment prior to submission? The following visa applications also apply:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • New Zealand
  • Nigeria
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Morocco

Our Industry’s high season has started (March to September) Please apply well in advance! Lead-up times to appointments are generally 2-3 weeks, and visa processing varies from 2-12 weeks!

China Visa Demand

China Visa Demand

Visa requests are quickly increasing. We have updated our requirements and application form which can be downloaded here.

Until further notice, all applications are to be submitted to the Pretoria Lodgement Centre, the Cape Town and Durban Consulates are currently closed to the public.

As an added service to our clients we offer a shuttle to and from OR’Tambo, please enquire within – & 

Travel News
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German Strikes

Travel across Germany was severely disrupted due to strikes by workers from both the ver.di Service Workers Union and the EVG Union. And the impact of the industrial action could well spill over into today (March 28), according to European media.

According to Euronews, both Munich and Frankfurt airports cancelled all their flights for yesterday.

Frankfurt Airport’s operator, Fraport, said on its website: “Due to a strike by the German Union ver.di airport operations will be heavily disrupted at Frankfurt Airport throughout. There will be no regular passenger flights.” It is advisable to check with all airlines prior to arriving at the airport. Please take this into consideration when confirming travel plans.

Air Traffic Increase

France Strikes

Paris and most major cities – including Lyon, Marseille, Lille, Bordeaux and Rennes – have been hit by protests. Most long-haul flights have been unaffected, but there has been some impact on short-haul European and domestic air traffic, CNN reports. Trains and public transport are where visitors could most feel the effects of the strikes.

“You should monitor the media, check the latest advice with operators before travelling, avoid demonstrations and follow the advice of local authorities,” the FCDO advises. “The emergency phone number in France is 112.” Please take this into consideration when confirming travel plans.

Everytime You Fly!

Visas Zone is the preferred supplier for travel documentation and visas for some of South Africa’s largest corporates such as Chevron, Shoprite and Rennies Travel Group.