BLS International Services inaugurates Indian passport, visa and consular centers in Kuwait
Applicants may visit these centers for attestation for the commercial, personal and educational documents as well
A trusted global tech-enabled services partner for governments and citizens, BLS International Services has rolled out the Indian passport, visa and consular centers in Kuwait. The company has rolled out three centres in Kuwait located in Kuwait City, Fahaheel and Abbasiya, which were recently inaugurated by the Indian Ambassador, Sibi George. The company is expected to process approximately 2 lakh applications every year through these centers.
These centers provide additional facilities for the convenience of the applicants including photocopy, printing of documents, online registration, photography, courier delivery, form filling and English/Arabic typing services at an additional fee. These centers have simplified and shortened the overall application processing time. Applicants may visit these centers for attestation for the commercial, personal and educational documents as well.
To quote Shikhar Aggarwal, Joint Managing Director, BLS International from a press release, “We have been a trusted partner for Indian missions for over a decade now in countries like Canada, UAE, Russia, Singapore, China, Malaysia, Oman, Austria, Poland, Lithuania, Norway & Hong Kong. And it is an honour to extend our services in Kuwait as well. We have simplified the application procedure and shortened the overall application processing time for improved customer service. We hope to strengthen our relations with Indian Missions with more such opportunities.”
BLS International Services is a trusted global tech-enabled services partner for governments and citizens, having an impeccable reputation for setting benchmarks in the domain of visa, passport, consular, citizen, e-governance, attestation, biometric, e-visa and retail services since 2005.
The company works with over 46 client governments including diplomatic missions, embassies & consulates and leverages technology and processes that ensure data security. The Company now has an extensive network of more than 12,287 centres globally.
On Tuesday, February 22, 2022, scrip of BLS International Services closed at Rs 206 on NSE, down by 4.05 per cent.
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