General Information

Can I collect West Who stamps?

 Millions of people around the world collect stamps.  Add West Who postage stamps to your collection today.  The latest release of West Who stamps features a set of three stamps "Nature and Exploration".  The stamp pictured here shows the President and Director of Wildlife Conservation in New Zealand.  The other two stamps show an alligator and bird.  You can purchase the set of three mint stamps for $3.00 U.S. or $15.00 West Who currency. Shipping included.

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Can I have dual citizenship?

Yes, you can have dual citizenship.  The Government of West Who allows you to keep your current citizenship and be a citizen of West Who as well.  Enjoy your former national heritage as well as, that of West Who.

Can I become a citizen of West Who?

It's free so go ahead and become a citizen of a micro-nation.  To become a citizen of West Who use the "Contact Us" portion of this website.  It is simple, easy and fun.

Is West Who a real country?

West Who is a micronation.  It has its own elected officials, a functioning government, its own money, stamps, and passports.  It has existed since 1969.

Diplomatic Relations with the Republic of West Who?

The Government of West Who is willing to consider diplomatic relations with any country.  A micronation must be in existance for one year before West Who will establish formal relations.  

Can I be elected or appointed to a position?

Yes you can.  The nice thing about most micronations is there are plenty of government positions open to its citizens.  Become a citizen and tell us what you would enjoy doing.  The Republic of West Who holds elections every year in July.  You must be a citizen to hold a political office in West Who, to run for President of West Who you must be a citizen for two years, for other offices six months.  The President of West Who also appoints citizens to government positions.  

What do the colors of the West Who flag mean?

West Who has a simple flag with three horizantal stripes: Top blue strip stands for Peace & Wisdom, middle black stripe stands for Determination, and the bottom blue stripe stands for Freedom.



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