The British government has announced the restoration of visa and immigration services in Pakistan. The British government has announced that the visa application center will resume service on July 27.
“People who want a visa or immigration can also apply online,” British officials said.
British authorities have made it clear that the visa center will be opened with coroner’s protection measures, and customers are asked to abide by the rules. The statement said that the applicants who were given the date of the interview should re-apply online to get the date of appointment and those whose application was completed should visit the Visa Center.
Visitors to the visa center will be allowed to leave if the temperature drops below 38 degrees or does not show signs of coronary heart disease, as well as the entry of the elderly and children.
Visitors to the center must use masks, take care of social distance, while the administration will also provide antiseptic sprays and sanitizers to the customers. The British government announced in March that it would temporarily close all its visa application centers around the world in the wake of the Corona epidemic.
A statement from the British government stated that “applicants who have been given an interview date are not required to visit the Reconnaissance Center but must re-apply online.” The government had announced that the process of submitting visa applications would resume from June 1. Due to Corona, it was delayed by one month and interested persons can submit applications and come for an interview from Monday, July 27.