WARTABANJAR.COM, PELAIHARI – Currently, community mobility is increasing again, so the role of the Foreigner Supervision Team (Timpora) is very important. Therefore, it is necessary to strengthen the function of supervising foreigners in the South Kalimantan region.
The Immigration Division of the Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of South Kalimantan together with the Class I Immigration Office of TPI Banjarmasin held a Coordination Meeting of the Foreigner Supervision Team (Timpora) at the Regency Level of Tanah Laut Regency.
The activity, which was held at Hotel Sinar, Tanah Laut Regency, was attended by members of Timpora, namely related agencies, such as vertical agencies and Regional Work Units (SKPD), Tuesday (4/10).
Timpora itself is a mandate of Law Number 6 of 2011 concerning Immigration, which is stated in Article 69, namely to carry out Immigration supervision of the activities of Foreigners in the Indonesian Territory, the Minister forms a Foreigner supervision team whose members consist of relevant government agencies or agencies, both at the center as well as in the area.
The Head of the Regional Office of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights in South Kalimantan, represented by the Head of Licensing and Immigration Information, Syafwan Zuraidi in his remarks said the importance of the role of Timpora in the context of monitoring foreigners.
The Head of the Tanah Laut Regency Manpower Office, Masturi, officially opened the Teampora Coordination Meeting.
On this occasion, the Head of the Class I Immigration Office of TPI Banjarmasin, Sahat Pasaribu conveyed the importance of monitoring foreigners.
Present as a resource person was the Head of the Immigration Intelligence Sub Division, August Apono. Agustinus Apono explained the existence of foreigners who exist and carry out activities in the Banjarbaru City and Banjar Regency areas.
In addition, Agustinus also explained about the Immigration Policy in supporting the national economic recovery program. In this Timpora activity, interactive discussion sessions were also held with the audience. (has)
Editor : Hasby