Passport office to be closed on February 25

The Guyana Police Force is notifying the general public that the Central Immigration and Passport Office at Camp Road, Georgetown, will be closed for business on Tuesday February 25, 2014.

This closure is necessary in order to facilitate the changing over of equipment for the continued proper management of the Border Control System and the issuing of Passports, the police said.

 

 

 

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