Tonga: Request for copy of the Nationality Law and the Passport Act; or information on the procedure for obtaining Tongan nationality or citizenship, and on how to obtain a Protected Person Passport, and on how to renew an expired Protected Person Passport overseas
|Publisher||Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada|
|Author||Research Directorate, Immigration and Refugee Board, Canada|
|Publication Date||1 August 1995|
|Citation / Document Symbol||TON21513.E|
|Cite as||Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Tonga: Request for copy of the Nationality Law and the Passport Act; or information on the procedure for obtaining Tongan nationality or citizenship, and on how to obtain a Protected Person Passport, and on how to renew an expired Protected Person Passport overseas, 1 August 1995, TON21513.E, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6ac0d44.html [accessed 23 November 2014]|
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Neither copies of the Nationality Law and the Passport Act, nor information on citizenship, nationality and Protected Person Passports can be found among the sources consulted by the DIRB. Please find below the list of sources consulted in researching this Information Request.
This Response was prepared after researching publicly accessible information currently available to the DIRB within time constraints. This Response is not, and does not purport to be, conclusive as to the merit of any particular claim to refugee status or asylum.
HCRViews REFLEG database.
Immigration and Nationality: Law and Practice [London]. Tolley Publishing Company.
Passports Handbook. 1987 [with current amendments]. Utrecht: Kluwerpers.
Foreign diplomatic representatives.
Note on contacting foreign diplomatic representatives:
Embassies and high commissions are not usually called for security-related questions such as location of military bases or the functioning of secret services. Ability to obtain information from diplomatic representatives depends on availability of information and cooperation from individual countries.