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Indian Embassy announces change in venues for outsourcing services

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New premises to officially open Jan 10

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 4: The Embassy of India in Kuwait said with effect from Jan 11, 2022, the embassy outsourcing centers providing Consular, Passport and Visa Services will operate at the following addresses, says a press release issued by the embassy. Third Floor, Jawahara Tower, Khalid Ibn Al Waleed St, Kuwait City; Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh (Abbasiya): Mezzanine Floor, Olive Supermarket Building, Jleeb Al Shuyouk; and in Fahaheel Al-Anoud Shopping Complex, Mezzanine Floor; Makkah Street, Fahaheel. The new premises will be officially opened on Jan 10 at 10:00 am in Sharq: 11:00 am at Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh and 12:00 noon at Fahaheel. All applications for passports, visas and other consular services including attestation of the consular documents will be received at the new premises starting from January 11. There will be no attestation services at the embassy premises from January 11.

The working hours at the outsourcing centers are Saturday to Thursday from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon and from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm and on Friday from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Death cases will continue to be registered at the embassy premises during normal working hours and also after office hours in case of emergency.

More details will be made available on embassy’s website (https://indembkwt. gov.in) and social media platforms. A special online briefing on the new outsourcing centers is scheduled at 19:00 hrs on January 9 on Zoom. The details of the virtual Zoom link are as follows: https://zoom.us/j/94078642098?pwd =TTA3Y3lMLytLUjhncEZFOVUxcEJ hd z09 Meeting Code 940 7864 2098; Meeting ID 313280 Information can also be obtained from embassy’s (12) WhatsApp Helpline Numbers 24X7. In case of any further assistance, queries and suggestions, please write to cons1.kuwait@mea.gov.in.

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