LCCI members can now avail visa services via Internet

LCCI introduces its services online

As part of the e-governance and while taking a giant leap towards facilitating members of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry, a number of LCCI services have been introduced online.

After this important breakthrough, the LCCI members could apply for the LCCI Visa Recommendation Letter, Invitation Letter, New Membership and Certificate of Origin while sitting at their offices and homes besides submitting their documents.

The members would have to enter their CNIC Number and email address, they have given to the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry while getting the membership, to get access to the LCCI online services.

The LCCI President Sheikh Muhammad Arshad, along with the Senior Vice President Almas Hyder, Vice President Nasir Saeed and Executive Committee Members, inaugurated the online services here at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

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To expedite the processes, an upgraded system known has been put in place. This system will help strengthen data feeding and communication with the members of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry. They said that the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry will continue to facilitate its members in the larger interest of the trade, industry, and economy.

The chamber’s office-bearers urged the members to get full advantage of these online services. They said that in today’s world, IT knowledge is of prime importance as not only it unlocks the doors of progress and prosperity but also provides a chance to get access to global opportunities.

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The knowledge race in the 21st century and rapid globalization, the quality of information technology-based education has to be enhanced to bring it at par with international standards for bringing the country out of the economic mire.

“And to achieve the goal, the government would have to spend more on education as the existing budget is too meager to produce desired and required results”, The office-bearers concluded.

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