Given the high demand for issuance of identity documents during the summer period, the Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs in September will ensure the processing and issuance of passports and eID cards in several offices on Saturdays on a first come, first served basis.
In the Daugavpils branch, this can be done on September 3 and 10 from 8:00 to 16:00.
Services will be provided on a first come, first serve basis without prior appointment. Clients will be allocated a certain number of numbers, and each client with a number will be served according to their place in the queue.
To successfully receive services, you must bring your old identification document with you to replace your new passport and/or eID card, which will need to be returned to the office.
If it is necessary to issue a passport or an eID card for a child under 9 years old (inclusive), his presence is required only once. If this happens at the time of receipt of documents, then when applying, the parent must bring with him a photograph of the child taken in the photo salon.
The management of the Office, taking into account the increase in the number of cases of Covid-19 infection in the country, recommends that customers use face masks when visiting branches.
Source: GOROD.LV – новости Даугавпилса by gorod.lv.
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