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Passport applicants may now pay through credit or debit card to minimize human contact

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Passport applicants in the Philippines may now pay for their passport applications through credit or debit card, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration Deputy Administrator Mocha Uson announced. 

On her Facebook post, Uson said that the new development is part of the agency’s effort in finding ways to minimize people-to-people contact amid the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Citing the Department of Foreign Affairs, Uson added that the online payment for passport and delivery fees was made possible after the agency partnered with PayMaya Philippines Inc. 

The new system now offers applicants faster and real-time payment without having to leave the safety of their own homes. 

Ryan Namia
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