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British flag High Commission of the United Kingdom in Port Moresby

AddressSec 411 Lot 1 & 2
Kiroki Street
Waigani
Port Moresby
Papua New Guinea
Phonelocal: 325.1677
international: +675.325.1677
Faxlocal: 325.3547
international: +675.325.3547
Emailukinpng@datec.net.pg
Web sitehttp://ukinpng.fco.gov.uk

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Wilfred M. TORO
Fri, 6 Oct 2017 01:09 EDT
Women's Personal Safety & Security Training Assistance
Does the High Commission assist individuals or organizations in carrying out awareness on Women's Issues. We are conducting personal safety and security training for Women & Girls, teaching them Principles of Personal Safety & Security including Personal Protection Techniques designed to help them in a life threatening situation. Does the Embassy assist . Please advise. Ph: 71338847 / 75531619 or email : wilfredmtoro08@gmail.com
Thank you.
Max Kaki
Wed, 21 Jun 2017 22:50 EDT
"Empowering Women In PNG"
The Lae Urban Council of Women Inc. is hosting a Mini Crafts and Skills Show in Lae on September 2017. We seek your Embassy if there is a kind of assistance that you provide in empowering women in Papua New Guinea.

Thank you for any advise.
Margaret
Fri, 18 Nov 2016 19:15 EST
Migrate to UK
am a Papua New Guinean citizen, and i would like to know what is required of me to migrate to UK. am calling your landline but never get throuht.
please get me on my email address.
reception@aviat.com.pg
PH# 3217736/3214261
Cassandra Jane Obara
Wed, 16 Nov 2016 21:00 EST
re: BRITISH CITIZENSHIP
Please feel free to call me regarding the above.

Do hope to hear from your good office soon.

MB:(+675)79381346 (AH)
PH:325 0101 EXT 120 (BH)
E:CassandraJane.Obara@kina.com.pg
Cassandra Jane Obara
Wed, 16 Nov 2016 20:31 EST
BRITISH CITIZENSHIP
Hi,
I would like to enquire regarding the above my sibling brother and I were born in the UK, as my Dad was a diplomat in the UK for the PNG High Commission in London between 1980 - 1985.
Please confirm if we can apply for Australian Residency.
We both arrived in Papua New Guinea in 1985 and been living in Papua New Guinea since then and currently have our own families now,however my sibling brother passed away in 2014 in an incident.
What would be your best advice for us.

Regards,
Clive Kaenk
Fri, 14 Oct 2016 08:57 EDT
Looking For Scholarship Programs
Dear Sir/Madam

I'm a Grade 12 leaver looking for Scholarship Programs that might be available for 2017 intake.
I haven't been accepted at University of Papua New Guinea for the course I have applied. I couldn't apply for other institutions in PNG due to school fee problem. I have a average GPA and I'm looking for Scholarship Programs that your Embassy might provide for such person like me.

Please, let me know for any available Scholarship Programs.
Here are my contacts:
Mail: neoterep@gmail.com
Cell Phone: (+675) 71871132

Your time for providing me any Scholarship Programs will be highly appreciated.

Thank You.
Leslie Alu
Thu, 9 Jun 2016 01:04 EDT
ATTENDING CLGF MEETING
i HAVE BEEN INVITED TO ATTEND THGIS MEETING ON THEW 12/13 JULY 2016. DO I NEED A VISIT HERE IN PORT MORESBY, PAPUA NEW GUINEA OR GET A VISA ON ARRIVAL?
PLEASE ADVISE.
Steven Kowane
Wed, 13 Apr 2016 00:08 EDT
Working in UK
Working in UK, I do not need to look for Visa, Passport, work Permit or Flights arrangements. All you gonna need is you so the Company that is hiring you should meet all that is required.

Best regards,
Steven Kowane
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AMOS RAU GILUKUMBY
Wed, 9 Sep 2015 23:19 EDT
the university of london[international programmes] admissions staffs have ask me to pay for my applications fees. before I will consider as a ful time on campus, student's.
Dear sir/madam
Iam png passport holder,and a religiopolitical student in ADventist University of the philippines manila.
I have resenttly ask the university of london to secure my space for 3 years bacheolor degree course, studying devinity, theology& religious. therefore the admissions dignitries and staffs accepted my tempory request, and ask me to pay for my application fees. before that the admissions officer or staffs to consider me as a fultime on campus student,
please help me to pay for my application fees in british pound and sterling, also advice me to apply for my tourist visa, before will be converted into student visa. as soon I get there in university campus.or can I be visit my university without a tourist visa, [9fvisa] if there are any restrictions/terms and conditions upon such.
thanyou so much and looking for quick reponds
AMOS RAU GILUKUMBY, religiopolitical student.
ph +675 73810557.
email; amosraugilukumby15@gmail.com
Obert Samba
Mon, 8 Jun 2015 21:44 EDT
Visitor Visa
Dear Sir/Madam

I am trying to visit my friend for holiday in UK in September this year. I am a PNG passport holder. What are other documents should I required to get in order to enter UK.

I will be there for no more than 6 months.

Thank you and looking forward for your quick response.

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