BLS International signs contract with Islamic Republic of Afghanistan for UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain and Qatar
BLS International Services Ltd., world’s largest Indian specialist service provider for outsourcing of visa, passport and attestation services to the governments and diplomatic missions globally, signs the contract with Embassy of Afghanistan in UAE representing the Afghanistan Mission in UAE, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait. Under this partnership, BLS International will be providing consular services through registration of Afghan citizens, etc.
As per the contract, BLS international will open Application Centers in United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain and Qatar for the Embassy of Afghanistan. This contract has been signed to provide efficient and well-organized services to Afghan citizens who are living in Gulf Zone Countries.
On this occasion, Mr. Shikhar Aggarwal, Joint Managing Director, BLS International Services Limited said, “Our endeavor has always been to facilitate state-of the-art services to our clients by creating value for our stakeholders around the globe. We at BLS have reinvented the wheel of Citizen Services by making it a holistic solution with dedicated and professional teams that bring highest level of customer satisfaction. We are glad to partner with Afghanistan Embassy in UAE to provide a framework to enable registration and identification Management for Afghan citizens in Gulf countries.”
While signing the contract, Afghanistan Ambassador in UAE, H.E Mr. Abdul Farid Zikria said, “We have partnered with BLS International looking at their outreach across the world and strong foothold in Gulf region and we hope this association to be fruitful. We at the Embassy intend to provide Quality services with efficient processes to our citizens in Gulf countries in which BLS has expertise.”
The contract was signed by Afghanistan Ambassador in UAE, H.E Mr. Abdul Farid Zikria in the presence of Deputy Head of Mission, Mr. Naser Jamal along with senior officials from BLS International.
With this contract, the registered citizens can exercise a wide range of rights such as the one to property, privacy, freedom of movement and obtaining passport, person’s eligibility to vote and free choice of place of residence, as well as access to social services like education, health care and retirement pension.