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A Consular Mobile Service organized by Sri Lanka High Commission in Britain PDF Print E-mail

The High Commission of Sri Lanka in London held a full day mobile service at Hazel Wick School in Crawley on 15th April 2012 to provide consular services to the Sri Lankan community living in Crawley area. The services included registration of births, renewal of passports, issuance of temporary travel documents, acceptance of applications for new passports and various other consular services.

This was organized under the guidance of Mr. Chaminda Kularatne (Attorney-at-Law) Head of the Consular and Immigration Division of the High Commission of Sri Lanka in London and at the request of "Sri Lanka Muslim Diaspora Initiative UK" Association, which is spread across Britain

A large number of Sri Lankans from all communities: Sinhalese, Tamils and Muslims from Crawley and its vicinity took part at this occasion. While this is a part of a wider programme to take High Commission's services direct to the Sri Lankan community, the High Commission intends to continue similar events in other parts of Britain in the future.

Dr. Chris Nonis, High Commissioner, Mr. M. R. K. Lenagala, Deputy High Commissioner and Mr. M. K. Pathmanaathan, Head of the Public Relations Division took part in the event. The staff of the Consular and Immigration Division of the High Commission volunteered their services to make the event a success.


High Commission of Sri Lanka

17 April 2012