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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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Ben Kinjipi
Tue, 6 Feb 2018 20:05 EST
Invite a Friend for Tourist Visa.
Dear Sir Madam,

I'm in PNG and would like to invite one of best friend from Manila/Philippines to PNG for 6 Months Tourist Visa. How will I go about this ? Will I have to write at Letter to PNG Embassy at Makati? How will I go about this ?

Thank you,

my Contact:
benkinjipi31@gmail.com
Jotham
Thu, 25 Jan 2018 10:25 EST
Requirements and rules
what are the requirements and steps to follow
im a male citizen of papua new guinea. im studying here in the philippines. i have a filipino fiancé and we are planning to get married. i'm totally confused how to go about and what are the steps and requirements for the Certificate of Legal Capacity to Marry..and after that what to do next and so on. please its emergency and i really need help on this one......... your advice would
be greatly appreciate ..thank you and God bless ...
My email is wameblood@gmail.com
Chad Nobert Misiel
Fri, 29 Dec 2017 07:50 EST
Applying For A New Passport
I'm Papua New Guinean Student Studying Here In The Philippines, And Now Currently in Negros Oriental,Dumaguete City Attending Silliman University In Student Visa...My Passport Is Expiring December 2019, I Just Need Information If I Could Just Apply At The Embassy And Get A New Passport Instead Of Traveling Back To Papua New Guinea Because Its Too Costy.

Contact # smart: 09218130125

Thank you very much, You Reply will be muchly appreciated.
Dear Sir/ Madam
Fri, 29 Dec 2017 07:33 EST
Applying For A New Student Visa
I'm Papua New Guinean Student Studying Here In The Philippines, And Now Currently in Negros Oriental,Dumaguete City Attending Silliman University..My Passport Is Expiring December 2019, I Just Need Information If I Could Just Apply At The Embassy Instead Of Traveling Back To Papua New Guinea Because Its Too Costy.

Contact # smart: 09218130125

Thank you very much, You Reply will be muchly appreciated.
Vic Morris A. Yodong
Sat, 4 Nov 2017 03:19 EDT
Police Clearance
How can I get a police clearance from PNG? I worked in PNG from 2005-2009 but I'm currently residing in the Philippines and I cannot travel to Port Moresby for this document.

My email ad is vicmorris_yodong@yahoo.com. Thanks
John quindo
Tue, 24 Oct 2017 01:07 EDT
Foreign Police clearance PNG
ask q lng po kung paano po kumuha ng police clearance ng PNG? Anu po requirements at gaano po katagal ang process nito?. Pls reply to my account johnquindo@gmail.com...?
NMConcillado
Sat, 23 Sep 2017 03:54 EDT
Accredited clinics for medical exam
Hi. Good day! I just want to have query on accredited clinics for Medical Exam. I am from Leyte province, if there is suggested accredited clinics which near to our province, kindly advise me. Thank you
Alice Naime
Mon, 21 Aug 2017 22:24 EDT
Student excursion
Hello, I am a teacher in Port Moresby who will escort 0 grade 8 students to Tagaytay with 5 other teachers on 20th November to 24th November.

Please send more information on place we can visit while in Tagaytay educational terms
geralyne lantaca
Wed, 12 Jul 2017 09:51 EDT
requirements to travel
Hello, I would like to know what are the requirements to travel to PNG. I want to spend my Christmas there and I already applied for my passport but I don't know want other papers do I need apart from my passport. Your help will be very much appreciated
Rosely domens
Fri, 30 Jun 2017 18:22 EDT
How many day process of working visa
Because I have an agency they process they said it will be 6 day process it is true?

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