Over the past several days, the Office receives, supports, and resolves administrative procedures, under the People’s Committee of District 9, Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City fell into the “fall” scene because the number of people to trade exceeded many times the limit of settlement. The majority of people come in contact with, relating to land records.
Many people are present at 6 am to wait for the settlement of administrative records related to land issues but must return empty-handed because of the need to resolve too large, reception office staff not receiving timely because Overload.
The main cause is due to “ground fever” is sweeping through District 9 last time. In district 9, a series of areas are becoming hot spots in the lot lot, such as Lo Lu, Nguyen Xien, La Xuan Oai, Vo Van Hat, Nguyen Duy Trinh street (Truong Thanh ward , Long Truong Ward) …
Every day the office receives, supports and handles administrative files, District 9 welcomes thousands of visitors to the transaction. The people mainly perform the following tasks: Log on land, make an excerpt, adjust, renew the land use certificate, check the planning, carry out procedures for mortgaging the land use right certificate to Bank loans
The need to resolve administrative records is too large, causing people to make transactions are present in front of the People’s Committee of District 9 from 6 am. They line up waiting for the office to receive the documents open, pick up the number waiting for the turn.
At the counter of the ticket office, the staff of the reception department must constantly guide the people. “If anyone arrives late at 8:30 am, they have to wait until afternoon to have the chance to be resolved, even if they have to come back the next day,” a resident said.
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