Visalogix boasts upmarket technical walk-in visa processing branches in the major national centres of Gauteng and the Western Cape, easily accessible and highly equipped to validate and ensure technical compliance of all visa applications with the utmost efficiency, accuracy within the shortest timelines.
Each Consular office prescribe certain technical visa requirements that need to be satisfied in order to validly issue a visa to enter the desired outbound location for a certain period of time. Issuance is at the discretion of the Consular office and without the prescribed documentary requirements they are not legally obliged to accept any visa application.
Our technical compliance service is backed up by highly skilled visa processing technicians and legal practitioners in the field, technically equipped to identify the specific visa requirements by each Consular office.
Our highly trained consultants are on hand to provide over the counter or telephonic assistance to our most valued clients on any aspects of visa acquisition.
Visalogix simply works smart and strives to make seemingly confusing processes easy to follow. For the benefit of our existing and prospective clients we will set out how our services work in order to successfully process any visa application.
Visalogix offers additional specialist value added services beyond its core offerings that are associated with visas and courier services.
We provide a highly efficient hand-to-hand passport application and renewal service to all categories of UK Passport applicants requiring assistance in both Cape Town and Guateng.
We provide a full spectrum of language translation specialists to assist in document translations relevant to the specific requirements.
For the purposes of migration whether inbound permit applications or outbound emigration we provide reliable and specialist courier services to the relevant offices to lodge and collect your documentation.
We are specialist in arranging outbound work visas for most African states whether the application is lodged locally at the appropriate consular office in South Africa or at the relevant home affairs offices abroad.