Samoa Visa

Samoa Visa

Samoa Visa

Samoa visas:  If you plan to stay longer than 60 days in Samoa, you will need to get a Temporary Resident Permit.  The main types of Temporary Resident Permits for Samoa are as follows:

  1. Samoa Business Visa Requirements (Business and Investment Permit)
  2. Samoa Work Visa Requirements (Employment Permit)
  3. Samoa Student Visa Requirements (Study Permit)
  4. Samoa Academic Research Visa Requirements
  5. Samoa Cultural and Religious Visa Requirements
  6. Samoa Family Support or Reunion Visa Requirements
  7. Samoa Visitor Permit Extensions
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Visa Required for U.S. Citizens?
  • No visitor permit needed if you are going to stay for 60 days or less.
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Visa Required for Non-U.S. Citizens?
  • Visitors to Samoa are not required to obtain an visitor permit for stays of less than 60 days.
  • Source: Samoa Tourism Authority.
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Where to Apply for a Visa or Temporary Resident Permit for Samoa
  • If you’re outside of the U.S.:  Click here.
  • If you’re inside the U.S.:
    • Permanent Mission of Samoa to the United Nations in New York

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