Embassy of India
PRESS RELEASE - Indian Embassy Organizes Visa Camp and Interaction with Indian Community at Windsor Mill (Baltimore), Maryland on Saturday, August 29, 2015
In pursuance of its objective of providing easy, efficient and quality consular services to the applicants, Embassy of India, Washington DC, through its Service Provider - Cox and Kings Global Services (CKGS), organized an Indian Visa Camp at Windsor Mill (Baltimore), Maryland on Saturday, August 29, 2015. The Camp was held with support from ISKCON Baltimore and Baltimore Fest. The Visa Camp was also supported by Maryland India Business Roundtable, India Samaj Baltimore, Shreyas Panchigar Foundation, Gujarati Samaj of Metropolitan Washington, Sikh Association of Baltimore, Guru Nanak Foundation of America, Capitol Area Telugu Society and American Telugu Association from Baltimore.
2. The day long Visa camp was inaugurated by Mr. Prasanna Shrivastava, First Secretary (Consular), Embassy of India, Washington DC and Dr. Neeraj Verma of ISKCON Baltimore, accompanied by Mr. Amrish Patel of AB Consultants, Mr. Elisha Pulivarthi of MIBRT and Mr. Shreyas Panchigar of Shreyas Panchigar Foundation. Also present were Mr. Shyam Pandey and Mrs. Shalini Sood of Baltimore Fest.
3. During the Visa Camp, CKGS processed about 150 applications for Indian Visa, OCI and Renunciation Certificates, which were received from applicants from Baltimore as well as the adjoining areas and also advised several others on their consular applications.
4. During the interaction with the Indian American Community, First Secretary (Consular) apprised them of the recent initiatives taken by the Embassy for providing efficient and predictable consular services to the applicants. The members of the Community welcomed the Embassy's initiative to bring the Visa Camp to their area.
5. Last such Visa Camp was held at Raleigh, North Carolina in May 2015.
6. More information on Indian Visa Camps can be obtained by visiting www.in.ckgs.us
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