All foreigners banned from entering Brunei from March 24


Minister of Home Affairs Dato Seri Setia (Dr) Awang Abu Bakar Apong. - Borneo Bulletin

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): Effective Tuesday (March 24), all foreign nationals are not allowed to enter or transit in Brunei Darussalam through land, sea and air control posts until further announcement.

The measure is taken to reduce or prevent the transmission of Covid-19 pandemic in the Sultanate as well as in taking into account advice given by the Health Ministry.

The matter was shared by Minister of Home Affairs Dato Seri Setia (Dr) Awang Abu Bakar Apong at a press conference at the Al-’Afiah Hall on Monday.

The minister also explained that categories of application and facilities affected by the measure include the issuing of Visa on Arrival at all control posts; application for visit, students and dependent visas.

Permit letters for visit, student and dependent visa issued by the Immigration and National Registration Department as well as Brunei Darussalam Embassies and foreign offices will also be suspended.

For foreign nationals issued with visit, student and dependent visas as well as with re-entry visas but still in their countries are advised to delay their visit to Brunei Darussalam.

At the same time, special consideration will only give by the Immigration and National Registration Department subject to important matters. The application can be made to the department by downloading the special form via www.immigration.gov.bn and emailing it to info@immigration.gov.bn.

For details, the public can contact the department via 2383106 or via their website www.immigration.gov.bn.

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