Client’s Policy

The “CLIENT” shall:

  1. Clients have to provide all the information asked by the “BOI SERVICES” and the processing visa officer.
  2. Promptly provide all necessary documents that are genuine, truthful, complete & accurate as requested by the “BOI SERVICES Consultant”. A client has to submit only such documents that are legal/valid, authentic, containing true and accurate information regarding education, qualifications/experience, age, etc. There may be serious consequences for the case if any of the above information is inaccurate, for which the BOI SERVICES Consultant will in no way be liable. The client shall be held responsible for adverse effects on the case due to non/delay in submission of required documents and other evidence.
  3. Clients must provide all information to “BOI SERVICES” relating to any and all criminal charges and/or convictions of “Clients”
  4. Immediately notify the “BOI SERVICES Consultant” of all communications the client receives from the processing Visa Office.
  5. Attend all interviews as required by the Processing Visa Office (if any)  and follow all instructions given by the Processing Visa Office.
  6. If the client falls short to submit the required documents within eight weeks to process the visa application, BOI SERVICES will not be responsible for any refund, and the process is terminated without any further notice.
  7. BOI SERVICES will not be liable if the government mandates or demands additional documents or modify any rules & regulations.
  8. Attain adequate knowledge of the English language (IELTS), consistent with an assessment by the Visa Officer that the applicant can speak, read, listen and write fluently in English. The client must provide IELTS or equivalent language test results [Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking] with a score of at least 6 bands [all modules, then as required] in order to prove and convince the immigration officer that they have proficiency in the English language. 
  9. If the government or embassy requests additional documents, the client is bound to resubmit them according to the requirements of the Government or the embassy. Please note that “BOI SERVICES” is not responsible for multiple document submissions or refunds, as the government generates the need to resubmit documents.
  10. In general, an applicant will be considered proficient in a foreign language if he or she can provide supporting documents demonstrating that he can satisfy the language requirement for admission to an undergraduate program of a recognized university with that foreign language as the medium of instruction. Evidence of proficiency in a foreign language includes a written explanation from the applicant detailing his or her training and use of the foreign language. Any statement made in his written explanation must be properly supported by documents such as an examination result certificate of a language test, or any other document that will satisfy the Immigration Department that the applicant is proficient in that foreign language.
  11. BOI SERVICES does not permit any kind of refund and inquiries and can terminate the visa process without any prior notice if the client withdraws from the process before visa stamping, during the process, before submission of documents, after signing of the agreement, denying documents submission or by any other means withdraws or hold the process without complying the agreement clauses & policies.
  12. Clients have to provide evidence of sufficient liquid funds to meet the requirements of the settlement fund policy of the government prior to Visa assurance. 
  13. Clients must promptly pay the processing fee levied by the Processing Visa Office.
  14. Pay the fee of the BOI SERVICES consultant for professional services & consultancy.
  15. That the “Client” is under a statutory obligation/duty to provide to the “BOI SERVICES” the following document(s) of information:

In case, any of the following changes take place in his or her case or any person involved in his or her application from the date of submission of the application to the Visa Office and till the date of issuance of the visa:

  • A significant change in health or physical fitness
  • A criminal charge or conviction;
  • Change in marital status due to marriage, divorce, termination of marriage, death, or otherwise
  • Death of applicant’s spouse, dependent, or sponsor/supportive relative
  • Birth of a child to the applicant or his/her spouse/dependent
  • Change in Address, Telephone number, Employment, and job Responsibilities.
  • After obtaining a visa from the Government/ embassy and before entering a foreign country for the first time as per Permanent Resident, the “Client” shall supply the necessary documents/information if there is any change in respect of the events mentioned above. 
  • If a situation arises between the dates of engagement to the submission of the case where there is a change in the government laws or assessment policy of the assessing authority and as a result of the change in the government laws or assessment rules, the “CLIENT” loses eligibility or changes his status, such as leaving any visa application process, meeting the new requirement of English, taking the IELTS test prior to assessment, etc., then the “CLIENT” shall have to meet new criteria.

​For further details, please Reach out to us at 011 – 40365899 or you can e-mail us at One of our representatives will get back to you at the earliest.