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General Security announced Friday that citizens would not be reimbursed for the cost of new passports, adding that the newly issued passports will not be annulled by the forthcoming biometric passports.A year later, old passports were no longer being renewed, instead new documents were being issued.After General Security was notified of incidents of citizens being denied entry abroad, they issued the statement asking all citizens with renewed passports and those with conjoined passports to apply for new documents.Lebanese citizens residing abroad who believe they are affected by the changes are also advised to apply for new passports. For example, if a citizen were to now request a new, five-year passport, that passport would be valid for five years.
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