In line with the Mission’s agenda of bringing governance to the doorstep of the Ghanaian community in Spain, the Mission’s consular team has launched a series of community outreach activities known as “consular clinics” to assist Ghanaians in Spain to support the processing of your Ghanaian passport application.
Amb. Adam contacted the Ghanaian community and interacted with them during the consular clinic with the Ghanaian community in Lorca, Murcia province. The operation will enable Ghanaian passport applicants outside Madrid to have their biometric passports processed in their communities.
The initiative, launched in July 2021, resulted in the Mission hosting a clinic in Almeria, in the province of Andalusia from July 15 to 18, and in Lorca, in the province of Murcia, from July 29 to August 1.
The mission is inviting Ghanaians in Zaragoza, Aragon Province, to a consular clinic from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th August.
In order to apply for a passport at the clinic, applicants must submit an application online here
Applicants who need help with their application can speak to the mission’s live chat staff during working hours.
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