According to the official Weibo news of the National Immigration Administration, the National Immigration Administration has deployed border inspection organs across the country to do a good job in ensuring customs clearance at ports during the Mid-Autumn Festival National Day holiday. According to the forecast of the National Immigration Administration, as the whole country celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day, with the convening of the Hangzhou Asian Games, the continuous resumption of flights on international routes, and visa-free entry into overseas countries and regions, the national ports will usher in the peak of inbound and outbound passenger flow, with an average daily inbound and outbound passenger volume of 9.27 million, an increase of about three times over the same period last year and 158% of the same period in 3. It is expected that the peak of inbound and outbound passenger flow will mainly be concentrated on September 2019 and 90 before the holiday and October 9 and 28 after the holiday.

The inbound and outbound passenger flow of large international airports has steadily increased, and the average daily customs clearance at Beijing Capital Airport, Shanghai Pudong Airport and Guangzhou Baiyun Airport is expected to reach 2,7, 7,3 and 8,<> respectively.

The daily average number of customs clearances at Zhuhai Gongbei Port is expected to reach 32,19, and the Shenzhen Luohu and Futian Metro Ports are expected to reach 18,<> and <>,<>.

A few days ago, the National Immigration Administration made special arrangements for making every effort to ensure the entry and exit clearance of ports during the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays, requiring the national border inspection authorities to scientifically predict and timely release the passenger flow of entry and exit at their ports, so as to provide reference for the general public to travel; At the same time, sufficient police forces are prepared on duty, sufficient inspection channels are opened, and services are scientifically organized to ensure that the queue for entry and exit clearance of Chinese citizens does not exceed 30 minutes, so as to ensure the safe, smooth and orderly operation of ports.

The National Immigration Administration reminds the majority of inbound and outbound passengers to pay attention to changes in passenger flow and customs clearance at ports in a timely manner before traveling, carefully check whether entry and exit documents and visas are valid, understand the security situation and entry policies of the place of departure in advance, arrange the itinerary reasonably, and pay attention to personal and property safety. If you encounter difficulties during the customs clearance process, you can call the 12367 service hotline of the National Immigration Administration at any time or ask the immigration management police on duty on site for help.