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Naic’s Passport on Wheels program resumes

Dec 10, 2021 @ 10:26

The Delta variant halted Naic Mayor Junio Dualan’s program to bring passport services closer to the people, but it has now resumed.

Dualan announced on Facebook that the Passport on Wheels project scheduled in September would resume this month.

Those who were originally scheduled for passport services on September 10 could now proceed to the Stadium Shopping Strip on December 10.

Those scheduled for September 16 should go on December 20, and those scheduled for September 17 should go on December 21.

Dualan said the pandemic has made it difficult to get a passport schedule from the Department of Foreign Affairs, which was why he requested that the passport services be brought to Naic.

“Kaya naman po personal akong nagrequest ng tulong sa DFA ASEANA upang maisakatuparan natin ang ating Passport on Wheels,” he said on Facebook.

He reminded those with schedules to bring all their requirements, as well as their own ballpen.

They should not forget to wear their face masks and face shields, and should follow health protocols as well, he added.

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