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Cox & Kings to Handle India Visa Services from May 21

Atlanta, GA: Cox & Kings Global Services Private Limited (USA) is the new Service Provider for Visa/OCI/PIO/Renunciation Certificate Support Service from 21st May, 2014
The Embassy of India in the USA has awarded the new contract for providing Visa/OCI/PIO/Renunciation of Indian Citizenship Certificate application through the new service provider – Cox & Kings Global Services Pvt. Limited, USA with effect from May 21, 2014. The applicants need to submit their application only through this services provider. The contact details of Cox & Kings Global Services are as follows:
CKGS Application Centre Atlanta
Cox & Kings Global Services Private Limited (USA)
5883 Glenridge Drive,
1st floor, Suite 180,
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Telephone: 408-7091764/408-7091773
Toll Free Number: 1-866-978-0055
Email ID: enquiriesusa@ckgs.com
Website:  http://www.in.ckgs.us
Applicants, who have already submitted their applications to BLS International Limited, may check online status of their pending applications on the website of Cox & Kings Global Services Private Limited from 21st May, 2014 and can also be tracked from their website.
Only the passport service will continue to be provided by BLS International Services at their earlier location, i.e.,
BLS International Services USA Inc.
Two Premier Plaza,
5607 Glenridge Drive,
Suite 275, Atlanta, Georgia 30342.
Helpline #: +1-7733-581-742.
Website : http://passport.blsindia-usa.com
Email     :  atlanta@blsgroup.in
The Consulate General of India, Atlanta will continue to provide all above 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.

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3 comments

Oscar Vinson May 3, 2017 at 10:04 pm

Now that Cox & Kings has taken over the visa application service from BLS, let us hope we can get some swifter processing results!

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Mike August 22, 2017 at 5:54 am

Maybe Cox & Kings will be more efficient, finally a change from the BLS. It’s about time!

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evisa india May 28, 2019 at 5:42 am

I’m wondering if anyone has any up to date information on this. Thanks!

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