Measures introduced to reduce ID card processing times – General Immigration

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Key points


The Latvian government announced that it would extend the working hours of its immigration offices in order to reduce delays in issuing passports and identity cards. Adjusted hours can be seen here. From May 16, 2022, the government will also allow candidates applying for a new passport or ID cards to schedule an in-person appointment.

What are the changes?

The Latvian government will offer more in-person appointments and extend the working hours of its immigration offices to reduce processing times for certain immigration documents.

Originally published on MAY 10, 2022

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