Mobile Team to help Myanmar workers holding CIs get passports

On 12 February, the Myanmar embassy in Thailand announced that a Mobile Team would assist Myanmar workers holding Certificates of Identity (CIs) in obtaining passports.
Workers with Certificates of Identity (CIs) can apply for PJ passports with the necessary documents at the Temporary Data Collection Centre (TDCC) office in Mahachai.
The Mobile Team will visit factories where Myanmar citizens holding CI work to collect data, verify information, and issue passports.
For data collection, workers seeking passports must provide a personal profile with full details and photo, the original CI booklet, a copy of the CI visa page, a copy of the work permit, the original and a copy of the national scrutiny card, and a copy of the household registration.
Once workers receive their passports, they can contact the office of the labour attaché to be listed as MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) workers under their factory’s arrangement. If a passport expires, renewal can be applied for.
Additionally, Myanmar factory workers must inform their respective HR managers of these details and cooperate in the advance data collection process. — TWA/TRKM/KNN


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