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Registering New Permanent ID Card for Macau EChannel

  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fei88
    So you need to insert upside down into the machine.
    awesome, I can already imagine the queues of e-channel users frustrated trying to get the ID card to work lol

  2. #12

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    hahaha yes. But I discovered a cool feature,

    You just lay it face down on the scanner of the new echannel gates; that's it.

    It's much faster than inserting the card and waiting for it to read and eject.


    Quote Originally Posted by JAherbert
    awesome, I can already imagine the queues of e-channel users frustrated trying to get the ID card to work lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo
    Mine wasn’t permanent back then but I was still able to get e-channel.
    You cant for Macau, for HK yes.

  4. #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebor
    Cheers, Immigration Tower is still the closest option for me.
    One of the new ID card centres is right next to Immi Tower in Shui On centre. So if you can check both out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SannyJ
    One of the new ID card centres is right next to Immi Tower in Shui On centre. So if you can check both out.
    Yep i saw that, i have to walk through immigration tower to get there though, anyway it's a good fall back option.

  6. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebor
    You cant for Macau, for HK yes.
    I did, I registered mine successfully on RTL around 2008 at Sheung Wan

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo
    I did, I registered mine successfully on RTL around 2008 at Sheung Wan
    Well most people on non permanent cards dont have RTL, i didnt.

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