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Updates and Notices

05th October 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 05th October 2022 on the occasion of Dussehra

31st August 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 31st August 2022 on the occasion of Malaysia Independence Day

15th August 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 15th August 2022 on the occasion of Independence Day.

16th May 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 16th May 2022 on the occasion of Budha Purnima

3th May 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 03th May 2022 on the occasion of Id-ul-Fitr.

15th April 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 15th April 2022 on the occasion of Good Friday

14th April 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 14th April 2022 on the occasion of B.R Ambedkar Birthday

18th March 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 18th March 2022 on the occasion of Holi

1st March 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 01st March 2022 on the occasion of Maha Shivratri

2nd February 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 02nd February 2022 on the occasion of Chinese New Year

26th January 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 26th January 2022 on the occasion of Republic Day

18th January 2022

BLS International Services will remain close on 18th January 2022 on the occasion of Thaipusam

19th November 2021

BLS International Services will remain close on 19th November 2021 on the occasion of Guru Nanak's Birthday

04th November 2021

BLS International Services will remain close on 04th November 2021 on the occasion of Diwali

19th October 2021


BLS International Services will remain close on 19th October 2021 on the occasion of Milad-Un Nabi

15th October 2021


BLS International Services will remain close on 15th October 2021 on the occasion of Dussehra

 

Prank calls from unscrupulous and criminal elements to extract money from Indian expatriates Notice


It has come to the notice of the High Commission of India (HCI) that many Indian expatriates working in Malaysia have received calls where the caller has claimed that he is looking after Immigration matters and informing that their personal particulars are incorrect. He has also demanded the transfer of funds to settle the matter with the local Immigration authority or else they could face deportation.

It seems evident that such calls are being made by unscrupulous and criminal elements to extract money from Indian expatriates. It is therefore advised that when such calls are received, they be ignored and no transfer of money via remittance agencies, banks or payment by cash is made. It is reiterated that as far as any service rendered by the HCI is concerned, the payments have to be made only at the HCI or the designated outsourcing centers by cash or bank draft under proper receipt. Payment made in any other manner will be at the risk of the person concerned.


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