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American Embassy in Port Moresby Pupa New Guinea

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  • Embassy Contact Information
    Ms. Keithie Saunders
    P.O. Box 439
    Solomon Islands

    Ph: (677) 23426
    Fax: (677) 27429

    The physical presence of the United States - embassy in Port Moresby, Pupa New Guinea presents a lot of useful information for you, if you are us-citizen staying in Pupa New Guinea, Solomon island or Vantau or you are one of these countries’ citizens on your way to the united states, the consulate office can help you a lot . Reviewing the services can let you decided how you can finish your application quickly

    American citizen department
    Registering your stay in these countries helps a lot in cases of emergency or speed evacuation of citizens .travel warnings and public announcements had been proven useful for travelers outside the United States so they can keep up to date with the new situations. Also the embassy provides phone numbers that you can dial for emergencies concerning deaths of American citizen, stolen green cards and lost passports. You can also know all information needed for issuing and reissuing of United States passports, Registering births & deaths of American citizens in these countries.

    United States visa
    You can apply for different visas for United States. If you are traveling for less than 90 days and you qualify for visa waiver program (VWP) so you do not need a visa for this trip. If you do not qualify for this program you have to issue non-immigrant visa, you will find all requirements needed to issue non-immigrant visa in the consulate office or through its virtual branches in Solomon Island and vantau.

    For immigrant visa there are 4 kinds: immediate relative, that applies if you are: The spouse or minor unmarried children of a United States citizen or the parents of a United States citizen who is over the age of twenty-one. Fiancé (e) visa which is applicable for people intending to marry an American citizen and reside in the states, this type of visa allow the applicant to enter the states for 90 -180 days to complete the marriage they have to apply to the (USCIS) to extend their stay in the United States and after 2 years apply once more to remove the conditional stay.

    employment visa you go for this type if you are: Priority Worker who have extra ordinary abilities , Member of a Profession holding advanced degree and exceptional abilities , skilled worker holding baccalaureate degree in a profession that have shortage in the United States. Investor who intend to invest about 500,000 – 1,000,000 $ and employ at least 10 unrelated employees.

    diversity lottery visa, this type of visa have conditions that changes every year at the admission time on October and the electronic lottery takes place on November/December to be eligible you must have completed a minimum of twelve years education including FOUR years of high school which must be the equivalent of a U.S. High School diploma . The fees of immigrant visa ranging from 400 – 800 $
    You will find all the documentations needed, application forms to be filled, photograph requirement

    Embassy Holiday List 2008

    U.S. Embassy - Port Moresby

    Public Holiday


    Date Observed

    New Year's Day


    Tuesday, January 1, 2008

    Martin Luther King, Jr's Birthday


    Monday, January 21, 2008

    Washington's Birthday / President's Day


    Monday, February 10, 2008

    Good Friday


    Friday,March 21, 2008

    Easter Monday


    Monday, March 24, 2008

    Memorial Day


    Monday, May 26, 2008

    Queen's Birthday


    Monday, June 9, 2008

    Independence Day


    Friday, July 4, 2008

    National Rememberance Day PNG Wednesday, July 23, 2008

    Labor Day


    Monday, September 1, 2008

    Independence Day


    Tuesday, September 16, 2008


    Columbus Day


    Monday, October 13, 2008

    Veterans Day


    Tuesday, November 11, 2008

    Thanksgiving Day


    Thursday, November 27, 2008

    Christmas Day


    Thursday, December 25, 2008

    Boxing Day


    Friday, December 26, 2008

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