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Consulate General of India, Atlanta Announces Start of OCI/PIO Renunciation Certificate Support Services from July 1; Visa Services to Begin on July 18

Atlanta, GA: The Consulate General of India, Atlanta announced today that it would start Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) / Person of Indian Origin (PIO) / Renunciation Certificate Support services with effect from 1st July, 2013. These services will be provided to the applicants through the new service provider – BLS International Services, USA.

Applicants need to submit their application only through this service provider. The contact details of the BLS Services are as follows:

BLS International Services, USA
Atlanta : 5775 Glenridge Drive Northeast
Building – B, Suite 320
Atlanta, GA-30328

Website and email address of BLS International Services are as follows:

Website: http:www.blsindia-usa.com
Email: Info@bls-india-usa.com

The suite number for these services will change from Suite 380 to Suite 320 with effect from 18th July, 2013.

 Start of Visa Services: The Consulate-General of India, Atlanta also proposes to start Visa services with effect from 18th July, 2013 through the new service provider – BLS International Services due to some technical issues. The applicants need to submit their visa applications only through this service provider. The contact details of the BLS International Services are as follows:

BLS International Services, USA
Atlanta : 5775 Glenridge Drive Northeast
Building – B, Suite 320
Atlanta, GA-30328

Website and email address of BLS International Services are as follows:

Website : http:www.blsindia-usa.com

Email : Info@bls-india-usa.com

Therefore, from 18th July, 2013, Consulate-General of India, Atlanta will provide all consular services for citizens and residents of the following eight States and Territories of USA – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virgin Islands.

Consulate-General of India, Atlanta had already started the passport and miscellaneous consular services from 1st October, 2012.

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One Response to "Consulate General of India, Atlanta Announces Start of OCI/PIO Renunciation Certificate Support Services from July 1; Visa Services to Begin on July 18"

  1. Oscar Vinson says:

    Thank you for letting us know that we need to submit our application only through BLS service provider. Nri Pulse continues to post vital information for Indian-American families:)

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