Pass Track launched

Published February 3, 2023

ISLAMABAD: Pakis­tan Customs has launched a mobile application to facilitate travellers decl­are cash currency even before coming to airports.

The web-based mobile app named Pass Track was developed to enable passengers to electronically file the declaration, Me­m­ber Customs Operation Mukarram Jah told a news conference on Thursday.

The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has made it mandatory for every person carrying foreign currency to file a declaration. Pakistan Customs has obta­ined help from Nati­onal Information Tech­­nology Board to develop the app, Mukarram said.

Published in Dawn, February 3rd, 2023

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