Issue of September 10, 2017
Mt. Province

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DFA brings mobile e-passport in MP

MOBILE SERVICE -- Members of the Department of Foreign Affairs-Office of Consular Affairs recently brought its mobile passport service in Bontoc, Mountain Province. DFA started processing e-passports at 8 a.m. and finished at 9 p.m. due to the influx of walk-in clients. The provincial government also provided free-photocopying service for all clients. -- MP-PIO photo

The provincial government in coordination with the Department of Foreign Affairs-Office of Consular Affairs conducted an e-passport processing at the Capitol on Sept. 2.

The DFA-OCA processed 529 e-passports. 

Acting Gov. Bonifacio C. Lacwasan Jr. said the clients may have saved around P6,000 through the consular outreach service.

He thanked the DFA-OCA for reaching out to clients in the province.

He also lauded the Executive Assistants’ Office and Provincial Public Employment Services Office (PPESO) for their efforts in the bridging program.

Executive Assistant Adelina Jocelyn F. Cullaling said that the tentative date of release of the e-passports is on Sept. 20 if no delays in the courier service occur.

According to DFA, the regular passport processing, which is pegged at P950, can be claimed after 14 working days while “express,” or expedited processing can be available in seven days at P1,200.

“The additional fee of P150 is for the mailing services,” Cullaling added.

Meanwhile, June Vera W. Villanueva of the PPESO said those who did not make it will have to wait for the next schedule.

“We hope that DFA will again be able to dispatch its teams to our province,” Villanueva said.

The provincial government’s counterpart in the mobile e-passporting processing service is the transportation, accommodation, and food for the 21-man contingent of the DFA.

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