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Tony Lemusu
Wed, 6 Jun 2018 21:37 EDT
Residence Application for Adopted children
Hi there!
Do you accept exemption stamp for samoa, as a proof of my samoan citizenship?
I need to know urgently pls!

Tue, 6 Feb 2018 22:48 EST
The honorable Generous.
In the name of God, the most Merciful and the most Gracious. All praises be to God, the lord of the world, the master of the day after, the creator of everything in this universe.
We of the Delta Study Center Foundation are an educational foundation for orphaned children and poor children. The foundation was founded in 2006 which is addressed on Adil Makmur Street, Dolopo District, Madiun Regency, East Java, Indonesia. We of the Delta Study Center Foundation desperately need the help of the generous brothers.
The foundation aims to assist the learning process in facing the national exam for orphans and children from poor families who do not have enough finance to continue to get education from primary and secondary education for the better future of children
The Delta Study Center Foundation is funded by the community environment and benefactors around Dolopo Sub-district, Madiun District, East Java, Indonesia to keep this foundation to support the education of orphaned children and poor children.
The Delta Study Center Foundation currently has: 1 person leader, 6 teachers, 1 administrative staff, 1 hygiene worker, and students from orphans and the poor with approximately 150 children divided into 50 children aged 11-12 studying in Primary School and 100 children aged 13-15 years who are still studying in Junior High School. In 2015, we educated more than 200 children by December 2017. By the end of the year, the number of students will usually increase
Every month we have to spend money to help the learning activities for orphans and poor children in our place. Among others is for the provision of package books, exercise books, notebooks and writing equipment, electricity costs, room repair costs, the cost of house contracts that we occupy each month, the cost of drinking. For the house we live in, we are still renting. In the future we aspire to have a place of its own so do not rent anymore. We are very concerned with education for orphans and poor children in our city. The managers and teachers with brush serve for the children even if not paid. The children are very happy to learn at the Delta Study Center Foundation because it is free. Every month we have to spend around $ 1950 for our foundation operations. Photo reality of the Delta Study Center foundation we send via email.
Generous, we desperately need your help to create intelligent, learned, noble, and well educated children in our city. We want you to be a regular monthly donor to assist the foundation's operations.
Hopefully God replied the favor of your help. Thank You

Your help can be distributed to our account number:
Account Number : 0052778611
Foundation Leadership : NUR WAHYUDI
Phone Number : +6285334455667
Email :
samoa cricket association
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 23:19 EDT
visa application documents to send to immigration
How do I send and to whom should I send a supporting document for the visa applicant via email?
Julia Tanuvasa
Mon, 19 Jun 2017 04:58 EDT
Hi i am a new zealand citizen but im wanting to adopt my cousing baby from samoa know what process i need to go through
Mon, 23 Jan 2017 02:32 EST
My parents are NZ citizenship, but I and my husband and my 3 children live in Samoa..Do I have a chance to apply a citizen under them pls?
Thu, 4 Aug 2016 18:05 EDT
Planning our trip to Samoa ..but we cant go one way coz my child is kiwi born
Pls help we are planning to go visit Samoa but my child can't go one way ..what can I do pls?
Mon, 1 Aug 2016 00:23 EDT
Hi there im from Samoa im nz resident im married my husband is a Nz citizen.We wanted to adopt my moms baby how to i go through it and who we have to contact.And also we wanted to adopt my sisters and brother so they can have a better future and education how and who will j contact to begin with .Please Cheers
Mon, 16 May 2016 04:41 EDT
Patrners kids in Samoa
Hi there, my partner and i are both new zealand citizens living in Australia. I am a perm resident in Australia and have lived since 1990. My partner has 3 children in samoa ages 8,9 and 11. We are wanting to bring them here to aussie for betrer education and a better life. How do we go abouts doing this? And what the requirements?
Anita Goode
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 09:48 EDT
Looking for an old friend
Hi I lived in NZ in the early 70s met a Samoan girl called Falala Masua since returning to the uk with my parents in 1978 I have had no luck in finding her, and im sure she would be married now and have a different name, We lived in Auckland and went to school at Normal Intermediate,I would appreciate any advise on how to find her, many thanks
Thu, 15 Jan 2015 20:54 EST
Adopting siblings in Samoa.
Hi there - We're looking into adopting my husbands siblings age 17 and 19 from Samoa and bring them to NZ to live with us and a chance of having a better life. Basically, we were told by immigration that adopting and Samoan Quota is the only two options to get them to NZ.
Does anyone have any idea of where to even start?

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