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India Visa - Does TRAVISA handle dealing with BLS International?

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Never before in my life have I ever encountered such an absolute nightmare as the BLS site. It is misleading, confusing, frustrating, and so maddening that if there is no intermediary that I can contract with to interface with BLS to get our visas, I am cancelling the India component of our trip. Thank God I found I'm not the only one who is blindsided, befuddled, and confused by this company's purely maniacal approach to trying to frustrate tourists to the point where you just simply don't want to go through their crap.

I got onto TRAVIS's site and on the one hand you think they can't help you with BLS but then some commentators say they're using TRAVISA for the process. So, what's the scoop? Can I use TRAVISA? If not, I'll extend our stay in Nepal and return to the USA from there instead of India.

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