(FASTNEWS|COLOMBO) – Over 240 returnees had applied for Sri Lankan citizenship at an integrated Consular Mobile Service (ICMS) held in Mannar this week, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday (15).
The 2nd Integrated Consular Mobile Service (ICMS), coordinated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was held on 12 – 13 August at the Mannar Town Hall.
The purpose of the ICMS was to address the consular related needs of those who had sought refuge overseas during the conflict and returned to Sri Lanka following the end of the conflict. During the two-day ICMS, 242 applications for citizenship were received, 59 consular birth certificates were issued, and clarification was provided to those seeking advice and guidance on matters related to citizenship and birth certificates.
Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana participated in the ICSM on 12 August and interacted with the people seeking assistance.
Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Registrar General’s Department and the Citizenship Division of the Department of Immigration and Emigration conducted the ICMS.
The 1st ICMS was held in Killinochchi on 01 – 02 July at which 201 applications for citizenship were received and 61 consular birth certificates were issued.
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