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Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

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1. Re: Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

It may be a possibility but we will have to wait and see.

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3. Re: Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

John

They've been called that for some time now.

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5. Re: Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

Well, it looks like they've lost the contract for Thailand, so who knows?

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7. Re: Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

Not been decided yet, but it looks like VFS has been terminated.

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8. Re: Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

Would love to try for Visa Admin contract. It is a great business with guaranteed income. Whether applicant gets visa or not, you get your commission.

Customers come searching for you instead of you going out for the search of customers. Payment of fees are fixed and come from the Government, so no bad debts. (In case of certain countries it may be delayed but it normally does not fail). Investment is relatively low, compared to future returns. Must think seriously.

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9. Re: Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

Sir James may have attended and announced the opening, but Indians are still having to travel to Mumbai to do their applications and biometrics, well they certainly were last month, as my wife had too.

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10. Re: Biometrics already in place for Indian visitors to UK.

IVS Global have got the contract in Thailand. It commenced 8 July.