The machine at the said plant can print up to 20,000 passports a day, with a mere eight seconds spent on each passport, a report on Balitanghali said.
President Benigno S. Aquino III tries his hand at "applying" for an e-passport during a live demonstration of the new ePassport System and Program at the Asian Productivity Organization (APO) Production Unit, Inc. High Security Printing Plant in Batangas on Monday, July 20. The facility will be tapped for the secure printing of e-passports and other government documents. Gil Nartea, Malacañang Photo Bureau
Those who wish to avail of the e-passport may apply at the Department of Foreign Affairs' Office of Consular Affairs in ASEANA Business Park in Parañaque City, or at the other satellite offices located at:
SM City Manila (5th floor)
Robinsons Galleria (Lingkod Pinoy Center, Level 1, west lane)