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Nigerian flag Embassy of Nigeria in Port-of-Spain

Address3, MAXWELL-PHILLIP STREET, ST. CLAIR
PMB 140, NEWTOWN
PORT OF SPAIN
Trinidad and Tobago
Phonelocal: (868) 622.4002
international: +1.868.622.4002
Faxlocal: (868) 622.7162
international: +1.868.622.7162
Emailnigerianpos@tstt.net.tt

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Marlene gabriel
Sun, 7 Dec 2014 20:26 EST
I want my friend to come to trinidad
I have a friend in Nigeria whom I meet on a social network a couple of years ago and I will love for him to come to Trinidad but I don't know way to start and wat to do. And in time I will love to visit nigeria just for the experience. Any advice given will be appreciated thanks
Goday
Sat, 8 Nov 2014 10:51 EST
Expired passport
I am a medical student of American university of st. vincent and my passport is due to expire in January 2016.I am not planning to travel to Nigeria till the end of my program in 2018.Can i renew my passport in Trinidad and if yes,please furnish me with the requirements.Thanks
Mac
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 05:34 EDT
Will be in t&t
Pls i will be traveling to port of spain by end of the mth can any any body help me with contact of person over there in port of spain
VOLTRUN
Wed, 27 Aug 2014 23:48 EDT
Passport Renewal
would someone help me contact the Nigerian Immigration service and the Nigerian ministry of foreign affairs.I came to Jamaica to Jamaica to study at the University of the West Indies ever since I completed my studies my passport expired and I have been left stranded in Jamaica,Several attempts to appeal to the embassy for help has proved abortive
chloe
Sat, 9 Aug 2014 19:27 EDT
how do i get my husbands pasport renewed with the ebola outbreak????
My husbands passport expires soon and he needs a renewal the port of spain embassy does not renew. And now with the ebola outbeak going to nigeria is a risk as well as when coming back to trinidad from nigeria the immigration at the airport is denying people entery in to the country. What are we to do, the embassy needs to take this in to account and find a solution for nigerians in the country of Trinidad. It would be great to get a response from the embassy!!!
ojlifa@gmail.com
Tue, 1 Jul 2014 12:50 EDT
victimizations of nigerians in the caribbean
The issue of Nigerians been maltreated abroad is one which should mark a quick change in Nigerian foreign policy.I think its high time the ministry of foreign affairs begin to do more than talk,they need to relate with the Nigerian association in countries round the world,the Nigerian missions are doing little or nothing to help Nigeria as a country and Nigerian leaving abroad.more embassies cant even issue the Nigerian passport talk more of assisting Nigerians.
I dear to say that of the over 15,000 Nigerian in jail abroad more than 2/3 of that figure are issues of victimization.
most of this countries have it at the back of there minds that the Nigerian state would do nothing,so they treat the Nigerian citizen as they like,i want to quickly point out that this policy of silence from the Nigerian mission abroad is the main reason why Nigeria is no longer respected on the international seen.
A point of reference is a country in the Caribbean called Guyana,i was arrested for simply applying for a drivers licence.imagine how silly that sounds and then handed to the anti narcotics department,they could not find what to pin on me,so they in turn handed me over to the anti fraud unit,while under interrogation for no crime committed the officer in charge of the fraud unit told me that 99% of Nigerians are drug dealers to which i responded,he has no right to assume that over 167million people as drug dealer when he has never been to Nigeria. angered by my statement he quickly called the immigration department where my application has been pending for 6months,this by the way is a process that is suppose to take 3weeks but for Nigerians it takes as much as 7years,this treatment is only for Nigerians. and after speaking to a Miss Mohammed he then told me that i have over stayed on my visa and my application has been denied.i equally told him in response that i am more than willing to return to my country even though i have been married to a citizen of there country for over 4years but i would not return with any false hood on my passport.
My wife inform the crime chief who i must confess was a perfect gentle man,who immediately ordered my release but stated that the problem the O/C fraud has created from immigration cant be undone by him so the matter must be taken up with there ministry of home affairs.i have thus written letters of protest which of course has not been responded to.
The lessons which can be learnt from this are as followed
1) The laws of this country clearly states that if you don't have the appropriate visa you cant work,with the deliberate policy of making sure Nigerians don't get the visa,this in turn would make sure that the Nigerian population here can not get legitimate work and thus forcing them into a life of crime.
2) countries that produce drugs in this region do not have there citizens tagged as drug dealer but a country that doesn't produce drugs are tagged drug dealers
3)even Nigerian investors are not spared,they are frustrated out
4)Nigerian student take 4-6months to get a student visa while others take 3weeks,its is equally surprising that Nigerian student contribute over 500million Guyana dollar directly and indirectly and account for 60% of the foreign students
5)I have demanded for statistics and it clearly shows that Nigeria is not among the top ten countries with conviction rate in this country,so how come of the hash tag
6)Guyanese citizen in Nigeria are enjoying expertrate quoter and working as guest of the country while to the contrary Nigerians here are treated with such disgust.
To this end i have taken it upon myself to defend the integrity of my country,i shall be meeting with the president of the Nigerian association in Guyana to fashion out a away on getting the government to drop this hash tag on Nigeria and Nigerians,and i shall be writing a letter to the honourable president of Guyana to notify him of this and equally write the Nigerian senate and house of representative as well as the Nigerian ambassador to the Caribbean and the ministry of foreign affairs in Nigeria.
its time we begin to say no to this victimization of our great country and its citizens.
Thanks
Genevieve
Thu, 1 May 2014 14:34 EDT
Expired passport / transit visa
Hi, I am a new medical student in st kitts. This is my first attempt to travel to Nigeria.
My passport was to expire on 28th of April and I was to travel to Nigeria on 27th using airfrance, but I learnt at the airport in st marteen that the airline can't carry me cos I ve got no transit visa. I was there till 28th and still no show. I lost the ticket, my passport expired, I was assured that klm airline will carrying without transit visa, just yesterday, I got an info that klm can carry me without transit visa. I am in a hotel and have been paying 100usd per night since Sunday . I am stuck in st marteen, can't even go back to st kitts. Kindly advice urgently as I am running out of cash and need to go renew my passport in Nigeria. You can reach me via gennyzodos@ yahoo.Com. As dats the only means of communication I ve got there.
JAE
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 16:32 EDT
TRANSIT VISA TO GO TO THE CANADIAN EMBASSY
HI I AM AN MEDICAL STUDENT LIVING IN ST KITTS BUT I HOLD A NIGERIAN VISA AND HAVE TO TRAVEL TO TRINIDAD TO GO TO THE HIGH COMMISSION OF CANADA IN TRINIDAD. I AM ONLY SPENDING A DAY WHERE I WILL BE DOING MY BIO-METRICS AND LEAVING. I AWAIT YOUR TIMELY RESPONSE.

REGARDS,
JAE
cornelius Chester
Wed, 26 Mar 2014 14:44 EDT
project 100
this project allows for me to help 100 nigerians to acheive financial independence nd come to Trinidad as well.
serious emails only. letcor.organogold@gmail.com
Camilla Lansiquot
Wed, 5 Mar 2014 18:20 EST
Nigerian Visa
To whom it may concern,
I am currently studying Tourism Management in Trinidad and Tobago I was very lucky to experience the Nigerian culture and met some beautiful people. I Have met a wonderful individual and he is leaving the country soon I would like to apply for a visa to meet him. Please, what are the requirements for obtaining a Nigerian visa.

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