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Samoan Quota Ballot Today

29 JUNE 2018


The New Zealand Samoan Quota will be drawn by ballot today.

1,100 places are available under the Samoan Quota for Samoan nationals.

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) Assistant General Manager Jeannie Melville says a record 16,500 registrations were received this year for the Samoan Quota.

The Samoan Quota ballot results will be announced on 6 July 2018.

Those who are successful in being drawn from the ballot will be contacted directly by INZ about how and by when they are required to complete and lodge their formal residence visa applications.

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