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The answers to your questions are far from clear and we recommend contacting an organisation like Lawyers for Human Rights
Here's where you can go for legal advice
Here are the various steps the application goes through, according to the Department of Home Affairs
Yes, the courts have ruled that asylum seekers are entitled to claim UIF benefits.
You may need to get legal advice. Here are some organisations which might help.
Here is how to apply for a critical skills visa.
You could take the Minister to court to compel him to issue the permit on the basis of an unreasonably long delay, but this could be costly.
The fact that your asylum permit has expired certainly makes applying for a work permit much more difficult for you.
Yes, you can, if you have the right paperwork, and attend a Home Affairs marriage interview.