Gay, lesbian, same sex immigration rules for South Africa – currently there are only 16 countries in the world which allow sponsorship of same sex partners within their immigration rules. Proudly South Africa is one of those that does not discriminate.
On December 1, 2005, South Africa became the fifth nation in the world to offer legal marriage to same-sex couples.
Post-apartheid South Africa has one of the most progressive constitutions in the world, and is the only one to specifically mention equal rights for gay men and lesbians.
Immigration rules and regulations reflect this commitment to equality for all and therefore gay and lesbian couple’s application for immigration to South Africa fall within the standard set of immigration guidelines.
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