Taking Legal Action against the Department of Home Affairs

In South Africa, submitting applications for temporary residency and permanent residency necessitates a lot of intricate administrative work that might be confusing while you’re in the midst of it or dealing with persistent delays. Our skilled and knowledgeable lawyers are familiar with the Department of Home Affairs and have a track record of successfully obtaining the desired results for our clients – through legal action against the department of home affairs.

We can assist in resolving pending temporary or permanent residency applications or to contest a final decision by the Minister of Home Affairs. 

While court appearances may seem extreme, they are frequently the greatest option for successfully resolving problems with an application that has been pending or unsettled for an excessively long period of time. Regrettably, a private person can only do so much to push for the outcome of their system. However, once a court order is obtained against the Department of Home Affairs, they must comply and provide you with an outcome. 

After a preliminary assessment, June Luna Immigration Attorneys will look over your paperwork to make sure everything is in order for your case and offer guidance on the possibility of success. After you have signed a mandate, our attorneys will draft an affidavit outlining your case’s facts and legal requirements and serve it to the Minister and Director-General of the DHA. If there are no complications, we will obtain a court date to compel DHA to finalize your outcome. 

Our skilled and knowledgeable lawyers at June Luna Immigration Attorneys have a history of successfully obtaining hundreds of desired outcomes for our clients through legal action against the Department of Home Affairs – whether it be to resolve pending or unresolved temporary or permanent residency applications or to review a department of home affairs decision. Our lawyers are knowledgeable with how the DHA operates and works with them on a daily basis. 

June Luna Immigration Attorneys can offer you experienced guidance on how to handle your South African immigration problem in a way that saves you both time and money – thanks to our years of experience in taking legal action against the Department of Home Affairs. 

To learn more about taking legal action against the Department of Home Affairs, contact our immigration lawyer and her team of immigration experts today.

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