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UNRWA ATM Cards Renewed for Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon

Published : 25-08-2019

UNRWA ATM Cards Renewed for Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon

UNRWA is slated to renew ATM cards for displaced Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon, following a decision issued by the bank to that end. The new cards will preserve the same data and secret codes as the previous ones.

UNRWA said the cards will only be handed over to the concerned refugees. Families should bring their identity documents, including their passports and their exit/entry cards from Syria into Lebanon. Refugees without entry/exit cards are required to prove that they lived in Syrian prior to March 2011.

Text messages specifying the time and place of the renewal will be sent to the concerned refugees.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria seeking shelter in Lebanon have been subjected to dire socio-economic conditions and a precarious legal status as the Lebanese authorities continue to rebuff their appeals for legal visas and access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9032

UNRWA is slated to renew ATM cards for displaced Palestinians from Syria in Lebanon, following a decision issued by the bank to that end. The new cards will preserve the same data and secret codes as the previous ones.

UNRWA said the cards will only be handed over to the concerned refugees. Families should bring their identity documents, including their passports and their exit/entry cards from Syria into Lebanon. Refugees without entry/exit cards are required to prove that they lived in Syrian prior to March 2011.

Text messages specifying the time and place of the renewal will be sent to the concerned refugees.

Nearly 28,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria seeking shelter in Lebanon have been subjected to dire socio-economic conditions and a precarious legal status as the Lebanese authorities continue to rebuff their appeals for legal visas and access to the local labor market.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9032