American Samoa Works To Introduce Online Immigration System

'More convenient and timely process' planned by end of year

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, Aug. 9, 2017) – American Samoa's attorney general has revealed his office is working on an online immigration permit system that will be launched by the end of the year.

Talauega Eleasalo Ale told the territory's Visitors Bureau this week the online platform will allow travel agents and visitors to obtain entry permits through a more convenient and timely process.

A statement from the Visitors Bureau said the attorney general had committed to periodic meetings with travel and airline agents to streamline the entry process as a way of driving visitor traffic and supporting local industry.

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I want to know if and when someone that is in the Unites State return home because they need to get their documents reissue, what steps and requirements if any that they need to know in order for them to get their documents legal so they will be able to return to the United State. Or what? I am Lucy Hansen the President of the Polynesian Association of Alaska in Anchorage Alaska. We are having some issues with non documents and expired documents. I would like a reply please. Sincerely, Lucy Hansen

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