Passport booklets supply suspended due to gov’t indebtedness

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Officially, all passport applicants are to purchase a regular form for GH¢50 and an express application form for GH¢100 from selected banks across the country, then fill and submit it with supporting documents to the Passport Application Centre.

The applicants’ biometric details are then taken and a collection date issued. The collection date, per the official arrangement, is one month after submitting a regular application and nine days after submitting an express application.

However, this seemingly clever arrangement is undermined by undue delays and a stressful biometric data-capturing process, which involves applicants queuing for long hours at the Passport Application Centre (PAC) to take their turn.

Officially, the offices of the PAC open between 8:30am and 4pm on weekdays. However, applicants report to the centre as early as 4am to have any chance of getting their data captured.

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