BLS international has started accepting visa applications on behalf of the Royal Thai embassy from July 1, 2022
BLS International, a trusted global tech-enabled services partner for governments and citizens, announced that it had been authorized by the Royal Thai Embassy to provide visa services in Kenya. BLS international has started accepting visa applications on behalf of the Royal Thai embassy from July 1, 2022.
Shikhar Aggarwal, Joint Managing Director, BLS International said, “We are extremely delighted to further extend our ongoing relationship with the Royal Thai Embassy. In addition to our contract with them for processing visa applications in India, we are now proud to be chosen for Kenya as well. We shall continue to deliver our best-in class services and further strengthen our existing partnerships. Our centre in Kenya will be well equipped with excellent visa processing facilities, which would be easy to access and will be able to provide a delightful experience to the customers.’’
The Company now has an extensive network of more than 27,000 centres with a robust strength of over 20,000 employees and associates that provides consular, biometrics and citizen services
BLS International will be providing form filling assistance to the applicants. Keeping in mind the applicant’s convenience, several value-added optional services like assistance in form filling, printing and photocopy, SMS tracking and courier services for convenience of the applicant have been arranged.
The company has processed over 62 million applications till date globally. BLS international works with over 46 client governments including Embassies, Diplomatic Missions & Consulates, it leverages technology and processes that ensure data security.
BLS International has become a leading global player in visa processing and one of the early movers in tech-enabled citizen services. The Company now has an extensive network of more than 27,000 centres with a robust strength of over 20,000 employees and associates that provides consular, biometrics and citizen services.
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