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VFS Global starts offering Austria and Netherlands visa services in Lucknow

VFS Global, the world’s largest outsourcing and technology services specialist for governments and diplomatic missions, started its Austria and Netherlands Visa services in Lucknow for the benefit to the citizens of Uttar Pradesh.

Austria and Netherlands visa applicants from across the state can now visit VFS Global Visa Applications Centres on the 1st floor of the Interstate Bus Terminal, Alambagh (Shalimar Gateway Mall) in Lucknow, from Monday to Friday, 9AM to 4PM to submit their applications with ease by booking a prior appointment through VFS Global website.

For discerning set of applicants seeking enhanced submission experience services, the centres also offer optional services such as Premium Lounge that enables application submission without having to wait in a queue. Form-filling assistance, Courier service, Courier Assurance, Photo service, Printing and Photocopy service, and SMS Alerts are some of the other optional services available at the centres.

Prabuddha Sen, Chief Operating Officer – South Asia, VFS Global, said, “We are delighted to bring Austria and Netherlands visa services to Lucknow, a move which will benefit the citizens of Uttar Pradesh who till now had to travel to other cities like New Delhi to submit their visa applications. We are confident that these newly opened Visa Application Centres will offer applicants a convenient and seamless visa application process.”

VFS Global offers Austria visa services in 15 cities and Netherlands visa services in nine cities across India.

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