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(Amendment) Regulations, 2005 (No. 1), Statutory Instrument 126 of 2005
Visa and permit fees from 17 June 2005
June 17, 2005
Schedule 3 - Fees
Changes in fees for
permits and visas pursuant to Immigration
(Amendment) Regulations, 2005 (No. 1), Statutory Instrument 126 of
2005, published and commencing on 17 June 2005, are as follows:
- Urgent fees (s.9(7))
are introduced for visitors. At US$100, $150 and $200 for single, double
and multiple entry, these are something over three times the regular
fees, which have not changed from US$30, $45 and $55 (s.9(6)). However
no definition of what is urgent has been provided.
- Temporary residence
permits and renewals thereof (s.15(3)) go up from US$100 to $300 or
$500, depending on category.
- Permanent residence
permits (s.17(3)) go up from to US$200 to $500 or $1,000 depending on
- Temporary employment
permits (TEPs) and renewals thereof (s.22(6)) go up from US$100 and
US$75 respectively to $500 each.
- Temporary permits
for prohibited persons (s.25(2)) go up from US$200 to $1,000.
- Resumption of residence
(s.30(4)) goes up from US$100 to $500.
- Student permits
(s.31(2)) go up from US$50 to $200.
- Scholars' permits
(s.34(2)) go up from US$60 to $100.
- Residence fees
for non-resident dependents of a citizen (s.37) are introduced at US$500.
- 10. Exit permit
and renewal thereof for someone without travel documents (s.38) up from
Z$20 and Z$10 respectively to Z$5,000 each.
- Fee for replacement
of any lost or destroyed visa or permit (s.40) introduced at US$100
- Fees for extension
of visitor's visa (s.42(2)(f)) introduced at US$20 to US$100 depending
The charges are in
respect of applications made whether granted or not.
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