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Samoan flag High Commission of Samoa in Canberra

Address13 Culgoa Circuit
O'Malley ACT 2606
Australia
Phonelocal: (02) 6286.5505
international: +61.2.6286.5505
Faxlocal: (02) 6286.5678
international: +61.2.6286.5678
Emailsamoahcaussi@netspeed.com.au

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Tara
Sun, 24 Aug 2014 19:34 EDT
Need help
I am a NZ citizen, have a son here in 2001, trying everything to get some travel documents to take him to Samoa for a visit, he is not eligible for a NZ citizen, not eligible for Australian citizen until he is ten, they told me to try a Samoan passport for his travel, I couldn't pass my citizenship to him, as I am a NZ citizen by decent myself.
please help me with some information that I can do just to get some travel docs for him, while waiting for ten years
Jay
Sat, 23 Aug 2014 10:59 EDT
ETA
my husband travelled to australia on a ETA and now hes on a bridging visa awaiting his visa application decision. The thing is im renewing his US passport but his ETA expired, will i be able to travel back to samoa???
eve
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 23:03 EDT
nothing
malo i was in australia now
Nikolao Siamoa
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 06:27 EDT
Renew passport
Talofa lava just wondering how to apply a new passport could please let me know thx faafetai lava.
Julia P
Sun, 22 Jun 2014 21:59 EDT
jolene petaia - papers
Hi Jolene,

Easiest way is to send your husband to Samoa and do it directly from there.

Way easier.

My family found that process much easier than doing their papers while currently in NZ/Aus.
Julia P
Sun, 22 Jun 2014 21:53 EDT
Advice Going No Where
I sent an e-mail to the Liverpool embassy after I had tried contacting this office countless times. Once again I find myself waiting and waiting and I am in need of urgent advice with regards to a one way ticket to Samoa.

Born in Samoa, New Zealand citizen however residing in Australia.

Please advise?
jolene petaia
Wed, 28 May 2014 10:23 EDT
papers
Easiest way and cheapest way to bring my husband out??
Owen Mamea
Wed, 21 May 2014 22:41 EDT
Rang the Samoa High Commission ACT from Melbourne but HE wasn't home. It's like all the lights were on but no-one in. WHY? STILL PROUD TO BE SAMOAN
Samoa Time
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 22:45 EDT
Long lunch break
went to high commission in Canberra. The driver(white guy) to the consulate was only staff member present...he advised me that no one else was there & that they've gone out to lunch(receptionist included). it was 2:30pm and they had left at 12pm.

great to see the samoan way still alive and well in Australia...long lunch breaks and little work done.
ADVICE
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 21:42 EDT
FOR MORE ACCURATE INFORMATION CONTACT THE EMBASSY ON THE ABOVE NUMBERS, AS THIS WEBSITE IS NOTE MONITORED BY THEM.
IF you are living in NSW, it may be best to contact the consulate in Liverpool at 45 Scott Street Liverpool.

For people wishing to travel to Samoa, you are able to stay in Samoa, for a period of up to 60 days, without requiring a Visa.
Beyond this, you will need to apply for an exemption Visa at the embassy.

If you wish to transfer your Samoan drivers licence, you should go directly to RMS, and they will decided whether you are eligible for an Australian licence. You may be required to complete a probation period before they move you onto Red or Green provisional.

For people wishing to obtain a new Samoan Birth Certificate, you should contact relatives in Samoa to get one for you. They can send it in the mail, and will generally take 1 week to arrive here by airmail.

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