- Chile will replace its current passport headquarters with new facilities on 17 April 2023
The government of Chile will replace its current passport headquarters with new facilities on 17 April 2023. According to the government, the new headquarters is anticipated to issue 1,800 to 2,000 passports per day, representing a significant increase of over 40% compared to the current output. Passport delivery services may experience delays due to office changes.
What are the Changes?
Chile’s government will replace its passport headquarters on 17 April 2023, expecting to issue 1,800 to 2,000 passports per day, a 40% increase from current output.
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