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BLS International partners with the Embassy of Hungary in Bangladesh for Visa Outsourcing

BLS International has entered into a significant visa outsourcing agreement with the Embassy of Hungary in Bangladesh. This transformative partnership is set to revolutionise the visa application process and enhance the overall experience for Bangladeshi individuals seeking long-term visas to Hungary.

Focusing primarily on long-term visas, the Embassy of Hungary has exclusively entrusted BLS International to oversee and elevate their visa processing operations. This exclusive agreement further solidifies BLS International’s leadership in providing customized and effective solutions to global diplomatic missions and governments.

Commenting on this, Shikhar Aggarwal, Joint Managing Director, BLS International, said, “We are delighted to partner with the Embassy of Hungary in Bangladesh to bring innovation and efficiency to the visa application process. This collaboration reflects our ongoing commitment to offering world-class services that simplify and expedite essential procedures for our clients. We are already with Azerbaijan and this is a second consecutive time”

Demonstrating its steadfast commitment to operational excellence, BLS International is poised to deliver a smooth visa application experience. Leveraging advanced technologies and extensive expertise, the company aims to provide Bangladeshi applicants with a secure and effortless process when applying for long-term visas to Hungary.

This collaboration introduces a new era of convenience for applicants, featuring accessible application centers, flexible appointment scheduling, and real-time tracking of application status.

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