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Mr. Arun K. Sinha, Minister (Consular), apprised them about the new initiatives taken by the Government of India to address consular problems relating to the Indian diaspora.
Mr. Arun K. Sinha, Minister (Consular), apprised them about the new initiatives taken by the Government of India to address consular problems relating to the Indian diaspora. (Photo: Indian Embassy, Washington DC)

Indian Embassy in US Holds Open House for Community

The Indian Embassy in Washington DC held its 3rd “Consular Open House” on Feb. 01, 2017 to address the grievances of Indians in the US and assured them quick resolution on problems ranging from visas, passports to OCI cards issued to people of Indian origin.

The Open House is a new initiative taken up by the mission in Washington DC. It is held every month on the first Wednesday from 10.00 AM to 01.00 PM and on the third Wednesday from 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM.

The Feb.1, 2017 witnessed the third Open House and it received a large number of applicants who turned up with their problems and grievances. They were all attended to by senior officers in Consular and Community Affairs Wings, said the mission in a statement.

Besides general applicants, community leaders from Sikh organizations and Gurudwaras based in Washington DC, Virginia and Maryland also had a meeting with the senior Consular Officers on issues related to local Sikh community.

Mr. Arun K. Sinha, Minister (Consular) addressed their grievances and listed the new initiatives taken by the Government of India to address their problems relating to the Indian diaspora, especially the Sikh community. He has also addressed issues raised by the community leaders.

The ‘Consular Open House’ is increasingly becoming popular and is receiving appreciation from the Indian community.

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