But, beyond visas, the Senate Select Committee wants to learn more about how passports are produced. That's why they intend to visit the department's main office in Belmopan in the coming weeks. The Chairman told us yesterday, that the committee wants to see the passport machine and the process for themselves.
Hon. Aldo Salazar - Chairman, Senate Select Committee
"And so we want to see what we've been talking about all this while. In order to see what the system is and probably interact with it, see how it's done so we can get a full picture of how the passport process is conducted from start to finish."
"Specifically I would want to see the data capture part of it. None of it unclear, but I am still at a lost as to how that image could have gotten in there within that short space of time. That is really what puzzles me, not necessarily the system itself, but how that image got in there."