Scheduling in Manaus PACs becomes face, reports Sejusc

Change starts on Wednesday (1º). Schedules will not be electronically.
01/06/2016 16h50 - Updated 1/06/2016 16h50
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The Department of Justice, Human Rights and Citizenship (Sejusc) informs that from this Wednesday (1º) schedules for service ID cards issued and Labor and Social Security (RG e CTPS), Social Security and unemployment insurance for 11 Ready calls Citizen (PAC) They will be conducted in person in any unit, from Monday to Friday, from 12am to 14, to be served the next day.

The units are located with changes in Alvorada neighborhoods, compensates, students, Center and shopping centers Este, Ten Park Mall, uai, Kapok and Via Norte and the cities of Parintins and Manacapuru.

Passwords are limited and there is a vacancy for the current day, because the requester no attendance, the service will be performed immediately for those who are in the queue. will be available, daily, by PAC, 60 passwords for RG (1ª e 2ª vias) and CPF (1ª e 2ª vias) e 40 para CTPS (1ª e 2ª vias) and unemployment insurance.
The schedules are not electronically through the Ombudsman website ( Those who have been held before this date, They are with guaranteed services as recorded in the system.

The services provided by the Federal Police and State Department Amazon Transit (DMV-AM) continue to be scheduled on the websites of their own bodies. Services that do not require prior appointment, that is, which are carried out in order of arrival are Eletrobras Amazonas Energia, Manaus Environmental, Municipal Finance (Semef), Bradesco Bank, Consumer (Procon), notary, post offices, military meeting, Regulatory Agency Amazon Utilities (Arsam), Amazonas State Public Defender (ECD-AM), Department of Finance (Sefaz), Superintendence of Housing (Suhab), Amazon Court (TJ/AM), Regional Labor Court and Union of Amazonas State Transport Companies (Sinetran), among others.

Source: G1

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