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Honorary ConsulMr John A S Kaulima
Addressc/o Kaulima Jewellers
T & G Building, Level 2, Suite 204
15 Wellesley Street
Auckland
New Zealand
Phonelocal: (09) 377.4081
international: +64.9.377.4081
Faxlocal: (09) 379.9938
international: +64.9.379.9938
EmailKaulima@xtra.co.nz

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George Fakalanu
Thu, 20 Aug 2015 00:09 EDT
birth certificate
Hello there I need my original birth certificate asap please from niue and I was wondering if you can tell me where to start on getting one please.
My number is 02102315924
Thankyou
bella fazio
Fri, 1 May 2015 01:50 EDT
niue driver license requirements
Good afternoon,
I am planning a visit to Niue in june and would like to rent a car. I am a new zealand permanent resident, originally from Argentina.My driver license from argentina expired 3 years ago and would like to know what the requirements are to get a driver license in Niue, is it ok if my driver license is expired, am i still able to apply for a niue driver license with an expired overseas license?

Thanks!
lily
Wed, 10 Sep 2014 21:38 EDT
Original birth certificate
Hi im wanting to get a birth certificate, because i am on a course studying here in New Zealand...I really need one urgently as i am graduating in two months...you can call me on 09 2755755!

Thank you looking forward to hearing from you.
Lily Semanu
Yasir karimi
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 06:36 EDT
Vsia information
Hello dear,
Hope are u ok,
I want to go to Niue for 20 days but i need information does Afghanistan passport holder dont need visa means no required visa for Niue island.
Thanks
Regards
yasir karim
contact via email yasir.karimi@yahoo.com
Rosa lita Galiki
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 22:07 EDT
Birth certificate
Hi I need a copy of my birth certificate for my doctor. They do not accept a licence. My e-mail is lita.galiki@corrections.govt.nz.
My contact number 09 2699983 or 0275057786
lynette s leona
Sun, 30 Mar 2014 19:00 EDT
need new birth certificate
I am in need of a new birth cerificate and as soon as possible please.. The company I need it for only uses birth certs as ID and my passport is expired and they don't take drivers licence. Please I urgently need a new certificate. Please email me at sinavenaleona@yahoo.co.nz for more information.
Thank you for your time.

yours sincerely
L.S.Leona
John Kaulima
Tue, 11 Jun 2013 00:11 EDT
Birth Certficates
I note that this site has not been updated since my departure; if you still require Birth certificates and still not getting any response, feel free to contact me on jonkaulima@gmail.com or call me on mobile 022 313 6124.
tariq
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 08:20 EDT
information
dear sir i need Niue visa and wants to 20 days visit there plzz inform me that how i will get visa i m from pakistan and which kind of docoments will need and mail me on mohammadtariq02@gmail.com
maka Ikiua
Wed, 28 Mar 2012 16:23 EDT
new niue brith cert
need a new brith cert please contact me on 093722442
Sioneapita Toluaki
Sun, 18 Sep 2011 17:51 EDT
better service
thank you for allowing me to post a comment.I'm just annoyed at not having some one in the office after 9.00o'clock to answer my call,refering to the wellington office,I would have thought office hour's would apply 9-5Mon to Friday.I'm applying for a birth cert from the motu,applied two weeks ago this MONDAY,Should have had some sort of responce by now?

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