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BLS International to process Electronic Visa on Arrival applications from 17 countries for Thailand

BLS International Services Ltd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Thailand to accept Electronic Visa on Arrival (EVOA) applications for 17 countries worldwide. According to the release, this is a historic step towards improving the travel experience for Thai visitors.

This convergence of forces is expected to propel Thailand’s tourism inflow steadily, with estimated 75,000-plus applications expected for the upcoming season. BLS International is dedicated to providing seamless and efficient visa services for visitors from these 17 countries, with convenience at the forefront of the overall travel experience.

Commenting on this, Shikhar Aggarwal, Joint Managing Director, BLS International, expressed his delight and said, “Securing this partnership has further reinstated our unwavering confidence in ourselves to our commitment to our partner, our customers, our investors and we are all on board to continue delivering impeccable services by bringing technology into the fold.”

This development means that visitors from Bulgaria, Bhutan, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, and Vanuatu can now look forward to a smooth visa application process when visiting Thailand.

With the onset of the holiday season ahead, this move is expected to bolster travel to the “Land of the Free” and propel international visitors to explore its very unique locales.

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