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He could apply for a number of visas: work, critical skills, life partner or (eventually) a relative visa
Excluding ZEP holders from accessing school fees exemption is not in line with the spirit of the Constitution or the Schools Act.
He needs to become "legalised." You would need legal help.
You can apply for permanent residence on other grounds, like business. The process is described below.
Yes, if you have graduated from a South African university.
Children born after October 2014 will need a visa from Home Affairs.
You can get an endorsement on your spousal visa. Here's how.
Here's the different ways to assist you.
You need an “accompanying visa”, which must be applied for in Zimbabwe
It's complicated, but there are things you could try