SEVA Trust UK and VFS Global organised an open day at Bedford

VFS Team with Councillor Mohammad Nawaz, SEVA Trust UK Chairman Charan Sekhon and Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara Committee members
Visa Facilitation Service (VFS) Global in coordination with SEVA Trust UK held community meetings and an outreach surgery at Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara, Kempston and Sri Guru Ravidaas Temple, Bedford.
VFS Team with management committee members of Sri Guru Ravidass Sabha Bedford, SEVA Trust Chairman Charan Sekhon and Jaswinder Kumar Presidnet of Sri Guru Ravidaas Sabha, Bedford

VFS team of four officers spent the day offering free assistance and guidance on Indian Visa, Passport, OCI, PAN and on many other services VFS provides. The event attracted huge interest especially the elderly and families with children who find it different to travel to London to submit the needed paper work. It was organised jointly by VFS Global and SEVA Trust UK to assist Bedfordshire communities. Local councillors, community and charity leaders held two meetings with VFS officers to discuss the key challenges faced by local communities in meeting the required process and paperwork requirements.

VFS Global is an outsourcing and technology services specialist for governments and diplomatic missions worldwide. Sandeep Rana, Senior General Manager of the UK operations said ‘VFS staff always try their best to provide the needed information and support to the applicants. It was very useful to meet with the community reps to understand the key issues and we would be happy to organise more open days for the local communities.’’
                                   Chairman of SEVA Trust UK, Charan Sekhon thanked the VFS Team for coming to Bedford.  He said ‘The event was a huge success and we received really positive feedback from all Indian communities of Bedfordshire especially our elderly members who find it hard to understand the online process and paperwork requirements. Having their applications and paperwork pre-checked by VFS, it saves a lot of their time. Many people who came from Luton, Milton Keynes and other towns suggesting there is a huge demand of these free events and SEVA Trust UK will continue to work with the Indian High Commission and VFS to support the local communities and arrange more surgeries in future.”
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