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We have a South African passport. We got 50 days but we want to extend it to 90 days. We are currently in Walvisbaai visiting my brother's son. Do you pay for extension? Yesterday my husband went to ask about extension here in Walvisbaai; they told him N$80 plus. N$ 340 for what i don't know. Have days left, why must we pay? Got 40 days left.

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    Hard to say with certainty due to the lack of details in your question, but as a general rule, extensions of stay within a country are not guaranteed to be the maximum allowed by law. The government official handling your request can choose to extend your stay by whatever time they feel appropriate, be it only a week or be it the full 90 days. – user13044 Nov 30 '16 at 5:12
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    To make sure we've got the question right, you want to extend your stay in Namibia, right? – Zach Lipton Nov 30 '16 at 5:32