PNG visa medical

Before your staff travel to Papua New Guinea (PNG) for work, Konekt can undertake government required medical assessments so they can apply for a visa.

All applicants seeking to travel to PNG must be of good health and good character

This means that, in some cases, your workers will need to obtain medical documentation and a local police clearance certificate.

Whether they need to or not, depends on the purpose of the visit and the length of stay. You can find the appropriate category for your staff on the PNG government website.

If your staff require medical documentation, they’ll need:

  • A medical examination report obtained from an approved doctor or hospital
  • HIV tests (pathology report required) for applicants over 16 years of age
  • Chest x-ray (radiology report) for applicants over 16 years of age

If they are 16 years of age or over, and plan to travel to PNG for six months or more, they’ll need a police certificate from their local authority.

To learn more about Konekt’s PNG visa medical please contact us.

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