ME in Bangkok announces issuance of PJ passports to CI holders

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CI holders of Myanmar workers in Thailand.

Myanmar Embassy in Bangkok announced that PJ passports will be issued to Myanmar workers holding Certificate of Identity (CI) in Thailand.
The Mobile Team is processing the issuance of PJ passports to CI holders who are working at factories and workshops in Thailand starting in March.
In the process, the Myanmar Embassy has released a statement mentioning the five types of documentary requirements needed to obtain a PJ passport. These include the original CI, a residence permit (visa) issued by Thailand, a work permit, the original citizenship scrutiny card, and a copy of the household list, etc.
In order to access the list of MOU workers, the relevant factories, workshops, workplace officials and the labour attaché office can coordinate.
During processing, the relevant departments will contact counterparts in Nay Pyi Taw to confirm the accuracy of the information. Within 45 days of collecting the information, PJ passports will only be issued to those who have provided accurate information and given permission; issuance of PJ passports will be denied if the information provided is incorrect. — TWA/TKO

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