Citizens of South Korea can now obtain a visa for Papua New Guinea through the newly instated e-Visa program for. Instead of applying for a visa to Papua New Guinea (PNG) at your nearest consulate, you can get your e-Visa online in a digital form that works just like a paper visa and save yourself the hassle of waiting in line. The PNG e-Visa is valid for up to 180 days, depending on your country of origin. Be sure to have your passport and accommodation details ready to apply for your Papua New Guinea visa online.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Papua New Guinea e-Visa
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What do I need to apply for a Papua New Guinea e-Visa?
You must have a passport with at least 6 months of validity left as well as accommodation information like which hotel you are staying at or the physical address of a friend or family member who will be housing you while you are in the country.
You will need to have at least two passport stamp pages free for when you enter and exit Papua New Guinea. Also, always bring a paper copy of your visa while you travel to show authorities who request to see it.
The Papua New Guinea e-Visa program is valid for tourism purposes only. It is not valid for studying abroad or business purposes.
How long does it take to process a Papua New Guinea e-Visa?
We know you may need your visa quickly and securely, so we offer three processing times for the Papua New Guinea e-Visa:
- Standard Processing: 5 Business Days
- Rush Processing: 3 Business Days
- Super Rush Processing: 1 Business Day
How much does a Papua New Guinea e-Visa cost?
The charge for your visa to Papua New Guinea varies based on the processing speed you select.
- Standard Processing of your visa will cost USD 85.00.
- Rush Processing of your visa will cost USD 115.00.
- Super Rush Processing of your visa will cost USD 150.00.
How many times can I enter Papua New Guinea with the e-Visa?
Entry types are typically single, double, or multiple. Single entry means you can enter the country once. Double entry means you can enter the country twice. Multiple entries means that, while your visa is valid, you can enter the country as often as you require.
Your Papua New Guinea e-Visa allows visitors from South Korea Single Entry into the country. Be sure to plan accordingly.
When does the e-Visa for Papua New Guinea expire?
The Papua New Guinea e-Visa will expire in 180 days after issued.
How long can I stay in Papua New Guinea with an e-Visa?
You can stay in Papua New Guinea for as long as 30 days Per Entry with a tourist e-Visa.
Papua New Guinea Visa Online for South Korea Tourists
Don’t bother waiting in line to get your visa in person. Apply for the Papua New Guinea visa online and take advantage of the e-Visa program that thousands of tourists have already used to save time, effort, and money. iVisa’s proprietary visa site is safe, affordable, and very convenient.
So, you can apply from your smartphone or laptop wherever you may be right now. Safe travels, and have a fun time on your trip to Papua New Guinea.