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U.S. Consular Agency - French Polynesia

These meetings take place on Tuesdays from 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. Dates for consultations outside these times can be agreed upon if required. If required, an appointment can be made for the following consulting activities. There are no visas available from the Consulate. In order to obtain a permit, please go to to find out the prerequisites for applying in Suva.

Information on extending your visas by post can be found on this page. There are no visas available from the Consulate. If you need a visas, please contact the Ambassador. These meetings take place on Tuesdays from 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs accepts no responsability or warranty for the suitability, reputations or qualities of the companies or persons whose name appears on the following list.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs accepts no responsability or warranty for the suitability, reputations or qualities of the service provided by the companies or people whose name appears on the following three list. People living or staying in French Polynesia who need help from a US Embassy should e-mail the US consular officer in Tahiti: usconsul@mail. pf or call:

A U.S. consular officer has the capacity to render essential U.S. citizen consulting to the U.S. Consulate Agency in Tahiti, French Polynesia. Such as the Certified Representative may certify documentation for use in the United States. In French Polynesia, the lawyer's job follows the French model of the division between "avocats" (lawyers), who act for and assist individuals in court, and "notaries", who carry out many of the roles of a lawyer in the British judicial system.

Notaries render notarial and trustee related activities, manage estates, real estates and debt collection, and offer general consultancy. The larger isles offer good health care, the best equipment is the Centre Hospitalier de Polynésie Française. There' s a Rekompressionskammer in Tahiti, in the Centre Hospitalier de Polynésie Française.

You can find the programme for chemists and medical practitioners available in French Polynesia on Saturday and Sunday here: Here you will find a complete listing of French Polynesian medical profession. Every Sunday from 6pm to 7pm, Narcotics Anonymous meets at the Saint Thérèse Church in the Taunoa Quarter. There are no visas available from the Consulate.

In order to obtain a permit, please go to to find out the prerequisites for application in Suva. Provided you request the same kind of visas for which you have been previously granted, you can be qualified for a waiver from the obligation to be interviewed. For the same kind of visas I request within 12 month after expiry of my prior visas.

The last of my visas was granted after 1 January 2008. I' m a national or a residing in Fiji, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu, Nauru, New Caledonia, French Polynesia or Wallis & Futuna; my former visas were accepted at the moment of questioning without any correspondences from the Swiss Federal Foreign Office or the Swiss Federal State.

Once you have examined all the above mentioned issues, you may be exempted from participating in a face-to-face meeting. I have not had my current password issued or my password removed or removed. My name or citizenship has not been altered since my last US visas were issued. So far I have not been denied a passport or access to the United States.

I have not had to renounce non-eligibility (for example: penal convictions). There are no detentions or sentences (other than slight offences ) that have taken place since my prior visas were made. Information on extending your visas by post can be found on this page The prerequisites for applying to Suva.

Information on extending your visas by post can be found on this page. There is no fixed deadline for burial under French legislation, but this should be done as soon as possible to prevent the ruins from deteriorating. The Town Hall asks the individual who detects the patient to immediately consult a physician who will provide a physician's check.

Letter of deaths ("medical certificate"): Irrespective of where deaths occur, a medical practitioner must confirm the cause of these deaths. In the event of dying in a clinic, the treating practitioner issues the medical certificates. A post-mortem is necessary if the cause of deaths cannot be established or confirmed by the medical practitioner or if deaths occur in unsuspicious conditions such as suicides or killings.

You should always contact a municipal undertakers as soon as possible and hand over the deathbed. Undertakers can advise you and help you with the preparation of the necessary French documentation. Notice: When the physician draws up the physician's obituary document, he or she will only state the cause of his or her deaths on the document that he or she will present to the next of kin inside a closed cover.

Together with the physician's certificate of deaths, an official document stating the date, place and date of deaths and the name of the attending physician (usually by the undertaker) is obtained from the town council. The French legislation requires incineration or interment to take place within two month. In French Polynesia there are embalmment plants.

Embalmment may only take place after a medically certified deathbed has been drawn up, which as a rule lasts at least 24h. Crematories do not exist in French Polynesia, but crematories can be organised in New Zealand. In French Polynesia there are different kinds of boxes. The French government only allows the exhumation with judicial orders.

Of Tahiti up to the U.S. Funeral Homes and/or local officials, who can help with the organization:

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