Haiti Passport Notice: Pay DGI before October 1st, Get your passport for the same old price next year

Passport prices are going up next fiscal year in Haiti but NOT if you pay the passport stamp (timbre passeport) to DGI before October 1st... Read this...

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The Ministry of the Interior informs the general public and all those wishing to obtain a passport book in particular, that notices of contributions paid to the DGI before 1 October 2017 and still valid, will also be accepted for applications in the new fiscal year 2017-2018.

Please note that the passport booklets whose stamps were purchased before the new tariffs related to the 2017-2018 Finance Act will be valid for five (5) years instead of ten (10) years.

The Ministry of the Interior invites taxpayers to continue to take their steps in peace, knowing that they are not at risk of having their application for a passport refused at the level of the Directorate of Immigration and Emigration if they have a valid stamp.

In this sense, the Ministry of the Interior and Local Government is counting on the understanding of everyone and takes the opportunity to renew the commitment of the whole Government to continue serving the population in responsible authorities and concerned with the well- being of citizens.

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Ismelia says...

yo vle vole kob moun jan yo te fe anee pase..

YO VLE VOLE KOB MOUN JAN YO TE FE ANEE PASE..

Tontonbob says...

WTF are they talking about? Never read such politcal gibberish...

WTF are they talking about?

Never read such politcal gibberish in my life!

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