ME to hike passport renewal fee due to changes in Japanese yen value

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The Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.

The Myanmar Embassy to Japan issued that the extension of the regular Myanmar passport will be charged at an increased rate owing to changes in the value of the Japanese yen.
The new rates were applied to start on 1 December. The announcement was made for notifying Myanmar citizens in Japan that the renewal fee for a regular passport went up.
When applying for the renewal of regular Myanmar passports, a difference can be seen in the exchange rate due to the variation in Japanese yen value.
The passport extension fee was changed from 3,000 to 4,000 yen beginning on 1 December. In addition, a fine for the lost passport will be charged from 10,000 yen previously to 12,000 yen starting from 1 December, the Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo announced.
The embassy accepts in-person applications for regular Myanmar passport renewals during business hours and serves passport re-issuance and other consular matters. In addition, enquiry calls are accepted between 1 and 3 pm on working days and those who find it difficult to enquire can send a message to email: [email protected].
The Myanmar Embassy to Japan accepts applications sent by post and urged appliers to observe the following website — consular amendment/revised2.htm — and complete the necessary documents for the application. — TWA/GNLM

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