The PNG Immigration and Citizenship Authority (ICA) announced the signing of the
Cooperation and Mutual Administrative Assistance in Immigration with the Australian Department
of Home Affairs.Click here to view the media release
This Public Notice serves to inform the general public and our valued clients that following the
announcement of the Minister for Immigration and Border Security, this Authority (ICA) will be
suspending the services of all Migration Service Agents from lodging applications for visa, passport
and citizenship at Central Government Office.Click here to view the Public Notice
Fourth batch of Refugees leave Port Moresby for the US. Click here to view the media release
Chief Migration Officer Clarifies re-entry of Kevin He Kai Chinese National.Click here to view the media release
Public Notice No. 11/2017 - Reporting of Complaints
This Public Notice is to infrom and encourage the general public and our valued clients to contact this Authority immediately to report and complaints and allegations of extortion by staff or persons claiming to be Immigration Officers for Investigation.
The General Public is advised that the timeframe for 'Fast Processing Service' is two (2) days from lodgment, whilst Normal Processing of PNG passports takes fifteen (15) working days.
Click here to see the Public Notice on same.
The PNG Immigration & Citizenship Service Authority wishes to inform the general public that due to the recent integrity issues concerning lodgement of applications for PNG Passport by persons providing misleading/falsified information, the Authority is now implementing a stringent assessment and processing mechanism. These measures are put in place to protect the integrity of PNG's National Travel Documents.
Clients are to take note of the changes relating to documents accompanying their passport applications. Applications provided without conforming to the requirements (Birth Certificate, Commissioner of Oaths, Freelance agents...) will not be accepted.
Click here to view the Public Notice effective as at 1st March 2017.
The PNG Immigration & Citizenship Service Authority wishes to inform the General Public and our valued clients that former Papua New Guinea citizens who are now citizens of a foreign county and over the age of 18 years and are still holding on to a PNG passport are advised to contact this Authority immediately to surrender their PNG passports
This Authority is imposing a 3 months moratorium which ends on 31st October 2017 for those concerned to surrender PNG Passports in their possession to be cancelled. Appropriate penalties will be imposed on those former citizens who continue to hold and use PNG passports to travel beyond the moratorium period.
Click here to view the Public Notice effective as at 28th July 2017.
Due to Ebola Virus and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome(MERS),PNG Immigration & Citizenship Service Authority wishes to advice
that foreigners seeking to travel to PNG to fill the Supplymentry health Form before they can be granted Visa: Download the supplementary Health Form here. The Public Notice which has been prepared in consultation with the Department of Health, National Agriculture Quarantine and Inspection Authority and Local representative from the World Health Organisation is available here
Click here to download the fillable questionnaire.
To view or download the Public Notice click here
The Government of Papua New Guinea recently announced the creation of a Visa on Arrival Eligible Country list.
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Immigration issued media release on New Migration Laws to Drive Growth & Connect Papua New Guinea.
The National Executive Council in December 2013 decided to ban Australians from the PNG Visa on Arrival Facility.
This decision though taken in December last year, was not effected due to the Government's desire to give ample time to...Read Public Notice.
Public Notice regarding application of Fees for Late Lodgement, Overstayers, Change of Status, Extension of Employment Visa under Bridging Work Permits & Non-Refund of MSF.
A Bill to amend the Constitution to enable Papua New Guineans to hold more than one citizenship was presented for its first reading in Parliament yesterday by Minister for Foreign Affairs & Immigration, Hon. Rimbink Pato, OBE, LLB, MP. The Bill also sought to clarify the limitations that may be placed on the personal liberty of asylum seekers.
Click here to view Minister's Statement to National Parliament.
Click here to view Newspaper clipping.
Notice issued by CMO Rabura for Clients & Public Information.
To view the Notice click here
The PNG Immigration & Citizenship Service Authority wishes to advise that it has set up a mechanism for recieving and acting on complaints, suggestions and compliments from general public and its clients.
The public notice is available here.
Revised Migration Service Fees Consistent with National Gazettal Notice No. G384 of 05 September 2013.
To view the revised migration service fees Click here
The National Gazettal Notice is available here.
The PNG Immigration & Citizenship Service Authority (PNGICSA) in its efforts to promote APEC Business Travel Card (ABTC) wishes to encourage Papua New Guinean businessmen and women to apply for the APEC Business Travel Card with this Authority. To read the Public notice click here.
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