Borders to allow entry and exit only with UID certificate

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The photo shows 10-digit Unique ID number documents with a QR code issued in Myeik township in 2023.

The Ministry of Immigration and Population has issued a notification that entry and exit are only granted with TBP or BP certificates issued alongside the UID certificate (Unique Identity Number) at three border checkpoints in China, Thailand, and India.
TBP and BP certificates will be issued and allowed to cross the border only with the UID documents starting from 1 May. Applicants for TBP and BP certificates at the border are asked to bring UID documents along with citizenship scrutiny cards.
The scheme aims to collect population statistics regarding entries and exits at the borders, as well as to control activities such as using fake citizenship scrutiny cards and unused cards when applying for permission to enter or exit from border crossings.
The Electronic Registration system Department under the Ministry of Immigration and Population collects and registers biographic data and biometric data of residents over the age of 10 through an electronic system and issues a 10-digit UID (Unique Identity Number).
When registering biographic and biometric data, it is necessary to bring a citizenship scrutiny card or any identity cards issued by the government. — TWA/MKKS

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