On 24 and 25 September 2011, the Consulate General in Kuching has carried out a passport renewal service outside the city with the system "Jemput Bola"l for the citizen / workers residing / working in the town of Bintulu, Sarawak and some areas surrounding oil palm plantations.
Malaysia recorded as many as 26 companies that employ migrant workers following the service. On the first day, Saturday, September 24, 2011 there were 464 people have been interviewed workers to update his passport. Passport renewal services on the first day was conducted at a hotel in Bintulu town, from morning to evening.
On the second day, Sunday, September 25, 2011, due to constraints of lack of transportation and distance from the town of Bintulu, the Consulate General has finally decided to visit the workers directly to the plantations where they work, which is located about two hours drive from Bintulu town to interview as many as 191 people TKI who worked in the oil palm plantation company.
In general, passport renewal activities with "Jemput Bola" system is running smoothly, and very helpful for many migrant workers who work in the outposts and remote areas in Sarawak are difficult to reach and difficult if have to travel far to Kuching to renew their passports.