Papua New Guinea flag High Commission of Papua New Guinea in Suva

AddressCredit Corporation (3rd Floor)
Government Building
PostalPO Box 2447
Phonelocal: 330.4244
international: +679.330.4244
Faxlocal: 330.0178
international: +679.330.0178

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Sun, 3 Feb 2019 02:56 EST
Hie I'm Tia and I'd like to ask if I can apply for someone else's visa leaving in Papua new guiene
Kamya Steven
Tue, 1 Jan 2019 16:00 EST
Happy new year over there, am planning to travel to Fiji connecting to Papua New Guinea using a Ugandan passport what are the visitor visa requirements and for how long does it take to get it?


Kamya Steven from Uganda.
Taraivina Saro
Mon, 15 Oct 2018 19:44 EDT
Disappointing Services
We lodge a visa for someone working PNG, it is approved by PNG Immigrations but needs to be stamped in Fiji. Well to get that visa stamped in Fiji, the applicant needs tolodge a 2nd application to Fiji office - they dont have systems that sych with PNG Immigration where they can reference copy of the application lodged. After lodging the 2nd application in Fiji, you have to wait for the minimum number of days for processing. According to the staff there, they have to send copies of the applications to, Fiji Government (Foreign Affairs) to approve as well before any Fiji Citizen is allowed out of the country. this means to process a visa takes total of 1 month and a half.

You call up the office landline, there is hardly an aswer. Lucky if you get through to any of the officers mobile numbers, they either dont answer the call or switch off their phones.

You call the office landline, you will not get a proper answer - always indefinite. The visa is not processed until the person responsible is at work. This week, officer is on leave for 1 week, the visa application will not be processed until back from leave.

If you seek to speak with higher authorities, senior person, they refuse to give out their information.

What a terribly disappointing service you provide in Fiji.

Unfortunately, just a year ago, services were effecient, friendly and very professional. We are far from that right now and it is sad to see.

Tue, 7 Aug 2018 00:46 EDT
Visa Info
Hi, been calling 330 4244 but no answer.

Can someone returen my call on 744 6622 or provide me with another office number for me to call you.

Thanks and regards,
Sun, 22 Jul 2018 20:10 EDT
customer service
I have called ur office more than 50 times a day over a week and not once has my call been attended to ..Just wondering if anyone even works in the office here..If anyone even reads thus could they please call back on 9027262..
Mohammad Ali Ahammad
Sat, 3 Mar 2018 03:11 EST
Requirements of visit visa
visa information
I am in fiji with Bangladeshi passport and want to visit PNG for a weekend, what are the requirements for it.
Tom Edward Uluilakeba
Tue, 16 Jan 2018 20:32 EST
VARN NO:69990490999
Dear Sir did call your office yesterday was told to wait as your office will contact me soon my number is 8388789 cheers.

Many thanks
Tom Edward Uluilakeba
Edward Narayan
Mon, 14 Aug 2017 01:02 EDT
Dear Sir/Madam,

I am a Fijian Passport Holder and i need to travel to Port Moresby for a meeting on 11th - 15th September, 2017.

Do i need to apply for a visa or can i get a visa for 7days on arrival at Port Moresby Airport.

Kind regards,
Edward Narayan.
Mobile: 9939776.
Tue, 21 Feb 2017 08:20 EST
visa application
Do i need a visa for going to PNG.... Or I'll get my visa during my arrival to PNG... Thank you
Sun, 8 Jan 2017 00:34 EST
Obtaining a Tourist Visa to PNG
Grateful if you can furnish me with all the requirements or criterias of obataining the above visa please.


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