After Bali, this year, I & Ery plan to go to Thailand together with Eba.
Most people would say that it’s a waste, because Eba still too young to understand the meaning of the holiday.
Some people prefer to bring their children to Singapore for a visit to Universal Studios or to Malaysia to look Lego Land.
But we’d like Eba enjoy the holiday, not just a process of playing but also to view the scenery, digest culture and education.
I myself, wasn’t so fortunate as a child, after becoming an adults and work hard, I can begin to go to see the world, though only as far as Bangkok and Seoul.
Different to Eba, because I and Ery work and we indeed hope to holiday as often as possible by our savings, and because Eba is the only child, then we could say Eba’ll holiday more frequent than his parents (when we was child).
And this time, because of going to abroad, then Eba must have a passport.
This past week, I was browsing and discussions with Ery about it.
Because Ery work in camp and I also work full time Monday to Friday, while the Immigration office in Landasan Ulin (about 26 km dr Banjarmasin), so we decided to make an online passport for Eba.
From the results of browsing some mothers’s blogs who first made passport for toddler, then there are several requirements that must be met, including a photocopy of the family certificate (atau kartu keluarga dalam bahasa Indonesia), child birth certificates, marriage licenses and ID cards parents. And there are also people that attach the child’s height as a requirement.
In the last blog (the date of his passport is closest to the current date), it was mentioned that all the completeness of the data no longer need to be attached, so simply fill out the form online, pay in bank and wait for the photo schedule.
So, what should be done now is to prepare all the data (original and photocopy) and then follow the procedure.
Wish me luck.