Mobile passport issuing office proving a hit with Thais in Prachuap

PUBLISHED ON TUE, SEP 4, 2018 10:43 AM

Mobile passport issuing office proving a hit with Thais in Prachuap

 

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Picture: Ban Muang

 

Ban Muang said that the passport office hopes to have between 3000 and 4000 Thais apply for passports at their mobile issuing office set up at the provincial HQ in Prachuap Khiri Khan this week.

 

This is the third time that the well received service is in town.

 

It will run every day until next Monday even at the weekend. Hours are from 8.30 to 4.30 pm and the service promises to complete each application, if the ID cards are valid, within 20 minutes.

 

The cost of a passport is 1,000 baht with a 40 baht EMS delivery fee to the customer's door within two weeks.

 

Local mayor Songkiat Limarunrak was on hand to welcome the service to the area.

 

Source: Ban Muang

 
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