Law and Human Rights Minister Yasonna Laoly, reviewed a mobile passport car service at the West Jakarta Mayor's office, Thursday (21/2), which aimed to know the service process and the public interest in this immigration service.
" This service gets a nice response from residents. That means we intend to do similar action in the capital"
"This service gets a nice response from residents. That means we intend to do similar action in the capital," he stated.
Surely it is very helpful for those who want to make or renew their passports without having to queue at the immigration office.
In the meantime, West Jakarta Mayor, Rustam Effendi expressed that it will be a routine agenda at the mayor office, precisely every weekend or once every two weeks.
"It's to facilitate residents to propose a passport. So they don't need to go to the Immigration Class I office in Kota Tua area, so traffic congestion decreases," he uttered.
Source: Berita Jakarta