The Federal Government of Nigeria has successfully addressed the passport production crisis affecting its three Missions in the United States.
Passport services at the country’s missions in the US have reportedly resumed.
A Public Notice displayed at the Embassy of Nigeria in Washington DC announced the resolution of the issue.
The notice specified that all passport applicants previously scheduled for biometric capturing are expected to visit the Mission on Monday.
For those applicants originally scheduled from Monday, November 13th, to Thursday, November 16th, the biometric capturing has been rescheduled.
The notice indicates that the capturing has been refixed to take place from Monday, November 20th, to Wednesday, November 22nd, 2023.
Applicants affected by the rescheduling are advised to visit the Embassy on any of the specified days for their biometric capturing.
This development marks a positive step in resolving the passport production challenges and ensures a smoother process for affected individuals in the United States.
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