All 36 government departments and public organizations are expected to move into the Fuzhou municipal public service center by the end of April, providing a total of 356 services for local residents, including foreign marriage registration, land registration and notarization, according to Nhaidu.com March 3.
Currently, the center offers services including social security, medical security, border entry and exits, environmental protection and vehicle administration on the first and second floor of the building.
According to its organizing committee, the center opens 7 days a week, in the hope of providing more effective and handy services in one place.
At present, local residents can make appointments and inquire about the guidance through the self-service machines in the lobby of the center. Online and WeChat appointment system will come into use in near future.
By China Daily Fujian Bureau