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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

Comments on this Embassy

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Ifeanyi
Sun, 15 Mar 2015 15:52 EDT
Looking for a friend by name kingsly who lives Spain
We miss contact "if find let him reach me via 08138775799.
daniel
Wed, 11 Feb 2015 03:39 EST
seeking advise
Can i renew my visa in tobago and how many times
Kingsley afunwa
Fri, 23 Jan 2015 21:53 EST
+186851630
Pls sir ,I'm in Trinidad already surpose liv ds country next week bt I really want to experience Trinidad caliver kindly help me with one of ur closet immigration office to extent my days till after caliver pls sir.....
chy
Mon, 5 Jan 2015 12:06 EST
Travel
I just a comment a while ago, please I seriously need help in this Commonwealth of Dominican please. I really want to come back to Nigeria and serve my country Nigeria. I need Nigerian embassy to assist me in ticket money and transit please. Contact me: emmababylisajohn@outlook. com
chy
Mon, 5 Jan 2015 11:59 EST
Travel
Please, I am in dominica, I finish my program and decided to come back to Nigeria and serve. But I don't have money or transit visa to travel. Please, I need a help. I am here alone. Things getting very hard for me. Help me please
Kamise88
Sun, 4 Jan 2015 04:54 EST
Nigerians in Guyana
I am sorry to hear of the experience of Ojlifa in Guyana. As a Guyanese, I will like more people with skills to settle in Guyana. As a Black Guyanese, I will prefer West Africans of the calibre of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Guyana and the many Nigerian doctors and professionals who have found Guyana a pleasant place in which to live. Nigerian professionals have been living in Guyana since the 1970s, many of them sent there by General Gowan. Nigerians will always be welcome in Guyana. We in Guyana have a very tiny population, hence we will never develop unless there a is significant increase in managed skilled immigration. We need thousands of skilled professionals, if we are to develop as nation. Nigeria as the most populous black country on earth can provide the skills necessary for our advancement as a nation. In its current state, Guyana will never be able to move foward.
Wali
Fri, 2 Jan 2015 11:27 EST
Working and studying
I will be leaving for trinidad and tobago to study soon, pls l need to know if l can get a job that can pay my tuition fees and feedings too? Which kind of job is paying more? Add me on whatsapp ... +2348177424645 or text me on +2347037350179
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

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