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Support Desk for Overseas Pakistanis Launched by CDA

Support Desk for Overseas Pakistanis Launched by CDA

Islamabad: According to a news source, Jawad Sohrab Malik, the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Overseas Pakistanis, has officially opened "Support Desks for Overseas Pakistanis" within the walls of the offices of the Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICT) and at the One Window facility of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) in Islamabad.

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According to the specifics, this project aims to improve support for Pakistanis living abroad and solve their problems. The CDA Chairman and SAPM Malik collaborated to get these help desks officially launched, with activities starting this coming Monday.

The Support Desk at CDA will offer specialised services including revenue-related concerns, land and building matters, estate management and building control. A designated information official will also be on hand to provide procedural direction.

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Additionally, a smooth provision of services like the issuance of international driving permits, arms licences, and domiciles would be guaranteed at the ICT Administration Support Desk. These desks will be open throughout regular business hours and retain round-the-clock accessibility through a variety of communication methods, including WhatsApp, dedicated landlines, and hotlines. This will ensure accessibility.

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