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Syrian Gov’t Stipulates Consent of Recruitment Branches over Travel Permits

Published : 05-09-2018

Syrian Gov’t Stipulates Consent of Recruitment Branches over Travel Permits

Syria’s Immigration and Passport Department ruled that in order for young men aged between 17 and 42 to gain access out of Syria a travel permit should be issued by the local military recruitment branches to that end.

Pro-government sources said the decision entered into effect immediately and without prior notices, sparking seething tension at airports and border offices. Hundreds of passengers were banned from travelling after the new rule got enforced.

Every applicant should fulfill time-consuming red tape and shell out 50,000 Syrian Pounds, before showing up again at the recruitment branch to apply for the travel permit.

The authorities’ consent is valid for three months. If issued, the travel document must get renewed every three months.

First-time applicants, including holders of new passports or foreign visas, often end up getting their demands green-lighted.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7651

Syria’s Immigration and Passport Department ruled that in order for young men aged between 17 and 42 to gain access out of Syria a travel permit should be issued by the local military recruitment branches to that end.

Pro-government sources said the decision entered into effect immediately and without prior notices, sparking seething tension at airports and border offices. Hundreds of passengers were banned from travelling after the new rule got enforced.

Every applicant should fulfill time-consuming red tape and shell out 50,000 Syrian Pounds, before showing up again at the recruitment branch to apply for the travel permit.

The authorities’ consent is valid for three months. If issued, the travel document must get renewed every three months.

First-time applicants, including holders of new passports or foreign visas, often end up getting their demands green-lighted.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7651