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Trinidad and Tobago
Phonelocal: (868) 622.4002
international: +1.868.622.4002
Faxlocal: (868) 622.7162
international: +1.868.622.7162

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yvette dardaine
Fri, 5 Oct 2018 10:37 EDT
if you already have a visa because you visited Nigeria in may this year and you wish to visit them again do you have to print application form from previous to bring
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 20:57 EDT
passport renewal
Dear mr/mrs
On behalf of mr Chukx, John I kindly ask if his passport he presented for renewing is finished.
If he don't have it he will ne deported from Suriname
Akeula afeez olalekan
Thu, 17 May 2018 18:40 EDT
My wife wants to invite me to Guyana for visiting from Nigeria what do we need to do? Reply me here as thanks
Thu, 5 Apr 2018 12:35 EDT
Visa information
Hi I'm interested in applying for a visitor Visa to visit friends. I need to know the procedure and cost of obtaining such,I'm from Trinidad, thank you.
Kerry Ann
Sun, 21 Jan 2018 17:28 EST
Visitors Visa
I will like to visit Nigeria. I'm trying to get some info on how to obtain a visa because there isn't much info online.
Wed, 21 Jun 2017 01:15 EDT
It is really pathetic that some Nigerians are saying that neither they nor their wards will study abroad in the Philippines with the reasons that the Philippines is the poorest country in the world and that the country is cursed.
Indeed, I don't know why we deceive ourselves in Nigeria, instead of being honest to ourselves...please, who cursed the Philippines?
Yes, the Philippines is one of the developing country of the world but it is far better than Nigeria in all sectors, even though they have little or no natural resources like Nigeria but they manage the little they have very well.
*The Philippines is cursed, yet they have 24 hours electricity.
*They are cursed, yet they have wonderful road network.
*They are cursed, yet they made medical education free for all their citizens.
*They are cursed, yet they have steady water supply.
*They are cursed, yet their educational system is very stable and there is no history of strike in their educational system.
*They are cursed, yet they have perfect security.
*They are cursed, yet I have not seen any accident for the past 4 years I have lived in the Philippines.
*They are cursed, yet the Philippines has 2,180 universities (Two Thousand One Hundred and Eighty Universities) while our Giant of Africa (Nigeria) has approximately 128 universities at present... What a shame!
*They are cursed, yet many Americans, Indians and other citizens of developed countries come to the Philippines to study medicine and later go back to their respective countries to practice because educational cost is more affordable here in the Philippines.
*They are cursed, yet their medical system is rated 60th out of the 191 countries in the world by world health organization (WHO) while our so-called "blessed Nigeria" has the worst 4th medical system in the whole world...Nigeria is rated 187th out of the 191countries in whole world by world health organization (WHO)...yet Nigeria is a blessed country more than the Philippines.
***Please, take a look at this website to verify my points about WHO world rating of medical system in the whole world…

To apply for the ongoing admission for undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate courses, or you want to transfer to any of our partner Philippine universities as an undergraduate student, or you want to do your residency program as a medical doctor, contact me on:

1. I am not an agent but a Registered International partner with California University, Philippine Campus and other Philippine universities.

2. I am also the Philippine representative of Revo Institute of Science and Technology, Enugu Campus, Nigeria and Nikki Campus, Republic of Benin.

3. Please, beware of some frauds using my name to defraud people of their hard-earned money. Please, ignore them—they are not my partners.

Best regards,
Mr. Paul Godfrey
Wed, 31 May 2017 04:54 EDT
HI, Kindly advise the procedure for applying Nigerian visa from your Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago. Is it personal appearance is mandatory or you can apply by documents only.
Nurse Ijeoma
Mon, 29 May 2017 10:28 EDT
passport renewal
My Nigerian passport will soon expire and I based in one of the island that don't have Nigeria embassy and I am told that Trinidad is the closest place for me to renew it.Please how do i start the process.I am ready to come to Trinidad if that is the only email is
Carol mitchell
Mon, 1 May 2017 15:03 EDT
I would like info on how to get invitation for my Nigerian friend to Trinidad.
Akinwale Ibidapo-Obe
Tue, 14 Mar 2017 06:35 EDT
Holiday Visit to Trinidad and Tobago
I have dual citizenship and I am currently based in the U.K.
How do I go about a holiday trip to Trinidad and Tobago?
Do I need to travel there with my British Passport or apply for a visa for

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