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  1. Samoa - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Immigration Act 2004 (2004, No. 4) - Immigration Act 2004

    Adoption: 2004-01-21 | WSM-2004-L-69278

    Comprehensive legislation relating to immigration in Samoa, divided into 11 Parts. Part 1 provides the preliminary provisions. Part 2 deals with entry and departure. Part 3 concerns entry permits. Part 4 regulates the cancellation of entry permits. Part 5 concerns departure prohibition orders. Part 6 sets forth who is a prohibited immigrant. Part 7 governs deportation. Part 8 concerns employment in Samoa. [This Part has since been repealed by the Labour and Employment Relations Act, 2013 (No. 7 of 2013)]. Part 9 sets forth the duty and jurisdiction of courts. Part 10 deals with transit passenger provisions. Part 11 contains miscellaneous provisions. Repeals the Immigration Act 1966.

  2. Samoa - Migrant workers - Law, Act

    Labour and Employment (Employment of Expatriates) Amendment Act 1999, No. 17 - Act No. 17 1999

    Adoption: 1999-08-25 | WSM-1999-L-69513

    Amends the Labour and Employment Act 1972 by amending article 42 (regulations) and inserting a new part VIA which provides that non-citizens of Samoa are required to have a work permit in order to undertake employment. Sets forth the rules governing the issuance of work permits.

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