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> PNG Dept. of Foreign Affairs has a new website, source: www.pngemmiyet.blogspot.com
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biggrin.gif At last, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade under the Papua New Guinea government has a new website. It was launched by the Hon. Sam Abel, MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade on the 15th of December, 2009. The launching of the website is timely as Papua New Guinea stands to gain from the multimillion dollar LNG project.

The website will provide vital information needed for business partners and skilled foreign workers to get the up-to-date information on the immigration process and entry requirements to Papua New Guinea.

Almost invariably, businesses/companies/individuals loaded with the burden of increasing workloads and the pressures of being lean and mean, fall back upon the Internet for most of their administrative tasks. This work includes, among others downloading application forms and emails.

The advent of the website will also substantially contribute to bringing down the costs of communication and marketing within the department. In a nutshell, the website could reduce the overall cost of business operations with the person(s)and/or governments involved.

According to the new website, the Papua New Guinea immigration Services (PNGICS) meets its administrative obligations by:


Interpreting and applying national legislation & policies;

Managing and regulating the entry, stay and departure of non-citizens in PNG;

Working in partnership with the Department of Labour and Industrial Relations for the issuance of visas to approved work permit applicants;

Managing the issuance of PNG passports and other travel documents to PNG citizens;

Managing the process for the grant of PNG citizenship;

Managing the issuance of the PNG APEC Business Travel Card;

Working in partnership with other border agencies to securely facilitate passengers through PNG's border checkpoints;

Contributing to PNG's border integrity through effective visa and compliance operations; and
Managing the detention and removal of unlawful non-citizens.


The PNGICS office says, it is responsible for delivering essential and critical government services to Papua New Guinea citizens and foreigners that ensure the effective and secure management of our borders in accordance with the Papua New Guinea Migration, Passport and Citizenship Acts.

Thanks to Hon. Sam Abel, MP and his staff, and others for the foresight and ingenuity in launching the new website which will help immensely in processing everyday immigration needs of Papua New Guineans as well as foreigners and speed up business activities easily.

For all your immigration inquiries about Papua New Guinea, you can click here to go to the PNGICS website.


Source: http://www.pngemmiyet.blogspot.com


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