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Papua New Guinea flag Embassy of Papua New Guinea in Manila

Address3rd Floor, Corinthian Plaza Building
Paseo de Roxas
Legaspi Village, Makati City
Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 811.3466
international: +63.2.811.3466
Faxlocal: (02) 811.3468
international: +63.2.811.3468

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Sr. K
Tue, 25 Aug 2015 03:27 EDT
Waiting on visa
I am a missionary who has already been approved my work permit.... my visa should be ready on Thursday. Does anyone know the process of picking it up from manila? Im a sydney sider but am here in the phils temporarily
Loyda
Mon, 17 Aug 2015 01:25 EDT
Police Clearance
Hi Mr Roy Bisaki

I'm applying for PNG police clearance at the PNG embassy this week. You posted that you would like to help non-PNG residents with this. I wonder if you can help me follow up my application there. How can I email you? Or call you?

Thanks
Marian
Sun, 9 Aug 2015 19:10 EDT
Need help
I need to exit here in PNG and come back to the Philippines because I have a new employer and contract the agent says I need to exit and come back in PNG but my new employer will not shoulder the expenses I don't know what to do.. I don't have enough money left and I only have 1 month to stay.. Can anyone help me? I don't know what to do anymore.
marymadlene bonevai
Wed, 5 Aug 2015 10:20 EDT
visa problem
good day, am a student studying at universerty of southern philipines from png having problem in my visa penalty fee charge 7o,000 dont now why need your sistance please may be contact on 09184633893 thank u very much.god bless
VINCE
Mon, 3 Aug 2015 03:24 EDT
REQUESTED POLICE CLEARANCE
JUNE 01, 2015, POLICE CLEARANCE WAS REQUESTED TO THIS EMBASSY. PAID A P 8,650.00.(BIG AMOUNT) WAS ADVISED THAT IT WILL BE RELEASED JUNE 15, SAME YEAR.UNFORTUNATELY, UP TO THIS DATE, AUGUST 03, MORE THAN 2 MONTHS,NO POLICE CLEARANCE IS BEING RELEASED. EVERY TIME I FOLLOW UP, YOU ANSWER "COMMUNICATION PROBLEM"..LATELY THE TEL LINE IS BUSY..WHAT IS HAPPENING?..WHEN WILL THIS POLICE CLEARANCE BE RELEASED? SOMEBODY FROM THIS OFFICE IS NOT DOING HER/HIS JOB!!! CAN SOMEBODY HELP??? ITS VERY FRUSTRATING..I APPROACHED THIS EMBASSY HOPING THAT IT CAN HELP..PAID THE AMOUNT AND WAITED...BUT UP TO NOW, NO CLEAR ANSWER GIVEN..NOW, WHAT WILL HAPPEN????
Charie Gumaya Abu
Tue, 30 Jun 2015 21:10 EDT
Death Certificate
My husband died in PNG. How can I obtain death certificate? pls advice.
Roy Bisaki
Tue, 23 Jun 2015 20:54 EDT
Police Clearance & Certs
Marriage Certificates.
Available for church and civil marriages (known as statutory marriages, to distinguish them from customary marriages) from the Registrar General's Office, P.O. Box 470, Waigani, N.C.D. 131, Papua New Guinea; Phone (675) 327-1732; Fax: (+675) 327-1523. A fee may be charged for this service.
Customary marriages between Papua New Guineans are legal provided they are carried out in accordance with the custom or customs of the tribes involved, but they are not registered and no certificates are issued. It is not clear from Papua New Guinea marriage law whether expatriates or naturalized citizens may legally enter into customary marriages in Papua New Guinea.

Death Certificates
Available from the Registrar General's Office, P.O. Box 470, Waigani, N.C.D. 131, Papua New Guinea; Phone: (675) 327-1732; Fax: (675) 327-1523. The deaths of some foreign nationals and residents of towns are registered with this office. Deaths occurring in isolated or rural areas are frequently not registered with the Registrar General's Office. In these cases a medical certificate of death will normally be issued by the hospital where the death occurred or by the attending physician.

Police Clearance for Clients in other countries: To obtain your police record; submit the following to the National Criminal Records Office, Police Headquarters, P.O. Box 85, Konedobu, N.C.D 125, Papua New Guinea: 1) a Character Check Application, 2) an official service fee receipt of PGK10.00, and 3) a copy of your current passport, visa and work permit. The Character Check Application Form can only be obtained at National Criminal Records Office at Police Headquarters, Konedobu, Telephone: (+675) 322-6102; Fax: (+675) 321-2829. You must also submit your fingerprints on Form FD-258. To obtain this form from the National Criminal Records Office, call or send an e-mail request to francis@police.gov.pg, kwumber@rpngc.gov.pg, or veronica_anthony@police.gov.pg. Send the USD equivalent of the PGK 10.00 fee.

As Ive said earlier, I'm willing to help too. My email is
Roy Bisaki
Tue, 23 Jun 2015 19:23 EDT
Police Clearance in PNG??
Dear Friends,
I would think police clearance for PNG will only be done by visiting a police station in png when you are in png for certain period of time.

For Marriage/Birth certificate etc- I guess you will have to contact the Civil Registry Department of Papua New Guinea to obtain one.

Note! Most government departments in PNG are off email communication so easiest you can get to them is by telephone. I would strongly suggest, you visit the PNG embassies/Consulates in your respective countries to get better assisted.

I maybe able to help too as I'm a PNG national and I live here at home in Papua New Guinea.
My email is:

Cheers,
Roy
sherwin
Thu, 11 Jun 2015 14:10 EDT
police clearance
how can i get police clearnce from PNG. is theres any idea from there.. and how long it takes. hope you can help me.. this is my email add. WINZYL23@YAHOO.COM
Nanlita
Mon, 25 May 2015 04:58 EDT
How to get marraige and death certificates
I am a Filipina, married in Papua New Guinea. My husband was killed in PNG. I need to get marriage certificate and death certificate of my husband. How can I obtain those documents while here in Manila? Please help. Thank you.

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