Thursday, January 26

Tag: Overseas Pakistanis

PMDU: (PMDU launches web-based access for expansion and maximum coverage of PCP)

Islamabad:Prime Minister’s Performance Delivery Unit (PMDU) has launched web-based access for the expansion and maximum coverage of Pakistan Citizen’s Portal (PCP) throughout Pakistan for the large segment of approximately 28 million citizens who are internet users but do not own a smartphone. The web-based access to PCP was inaugurated by Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Overseas Pakistanis Sayed Zulfikar Bukhari, here in the Prime Minister's Office, on Wednesday. Accounts can now be registered online using any computer with an internet access; be it through net cafes, libraries, or home computers. Animated videos and guides on setting up an account and using PCP have been uploaded on all of PCP’s social media accounts. Having provided relief to 2.5 million users...

(COMMERCE): MRP Facility established at OPF Head Office

ISLAMABAD: In order to facilitate overseas Pakistanis and their family members “Machine Readable Passport (MRP) Facility” has been established at OPF Head Office, Islamabad in collaboration with Directorate General of Immigration and Passports (DGIP). This is in line with the vision of the honorable Prime Minister of Pakistan and on the directions of honorable Sayed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development. The Government of Pakistan is according top priority to the overseas Pakistanis and is keen to provide enhanced facilities with improved service delivery. This state of the art “OPF-DGI and P MRP Facilitation Centre” is one such initiative and testament to the citizen-centric governance model where overse...

SAPM: (Zulfi Bukhari inaugurates passport office for overseas Pakistanis)

Islamabad: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Overseas Pakistanis Sayed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari inaugurated a passport office for overseas Pakistanis here on Friday. Later talking to media persons, he expressed the government’s determination to take further steps to facilitate the overseas Pakistanis. He said a mechanism is also being evolved to resolve their land disputes forthwith. He said digitization of land record will be done in the federal capital to ensure greater transparency. He said the government is keen to provide better services to the overseas Pakistanis. Machine Readable Passport Facility will help overseas Pakistanis to apply or renew their passports, OPF membership cards and Foreign Exchange Remittance Cards.