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Welcome to our website for South Africans in Charlotte, NC and everyone associated with South Africa in the surrounding metro area. Moving to Charlotte? Click here

South Africans in Charlotte is a volunteer social organization and follows not-for-profit principles and serves South Africans and their friends & families living in the Charlotte metro area in North Carolina.
Currently we represent over 600 families in the Charlotte Metrolina area.
We would love you to keep coming back to check on the new South African events planned under "Upcoming Events"
and also check out all the exciting things happening in and around Charlotte under "Charlotte Events" for your enjoyment. Our website is updated often.
Please consider signing up for our FREE informational email's about events and special offers relevant to our Charlotte SA community and our monthly newsletters here on our website. Click on "Contact" and send us your details so we can add you to our database.
Should you wish to become an advertising member on the site. Click on "Join Us" for the benefits of joining as an advertiser and to pay and register as an advertising member.  
We look forward to meeting you.
For further information contact us here or call 704-777-4842

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Traveling to South Africa soon with children? Unabridged birth certificates to stay for now!


Sadly the minister of tourism has refused, despite pleas from all sections of the travel industry, to scrap the need for children under the age of 18 to travel with copies of their birth certificates. So this is just a reminder to please ensure that, if you are travelling with children into and out of South Africa, you have FULL (unabridged) birth certificates (reflecting both parents' details too).

It might be safer to travel with both the originals and certified copies as some airlines have been known to refuse the copies and insist on the originals, despite the fact that South African Home Affairs has always made clear that a certified copy is acceptable.

Effective travel date from June 01, 2015, regardless of the time of booking all minors under 18 years of age traveling to and from South Africa, have to present additional documents which were not needed until now. These new regulations apply to all travelers, regardless of the nationality.
It is the responsibility of passengers to ensure their children have the correct documentation or risk being denied boarding. The new law will be enforced by airlines and immigration officials across the board (land, sea and air). 

For further information, passengers should contact the South African Embassy in their country and visit the South African Home Affairs Department's website, at the link below.
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