New visa application centres in Tunisia 


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New visa application centres in Tunisia 

TLScontact recently opened two brand new visa application centres in Tunisia, inaugurating a new centre for France in Sfax and relocating its existing centre in Tunis. TLScontact has been operating in Tunisia since 2012, where today it collects visa applications on behalf of France, but also Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom.  

The Tunis centre, which opened its doors at the end of November, was officially inaugurated on 19 December. Today, it is one of the largest premises of TLScontact worldwide, collecting visa applications for France, but also Belgium, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The Sfax centre was inaugurated on 15 November and welcomes French visa customers exclusively. Covering the south of Tunisia, it is able to welcome 25% of all Tunisian visa applicants for France, from the regions of Sidi Bouzid, Mahdia, Gafsa, Tozeur, Kebili, Gabes, Medenine and Tataouine.  

Centres designed in line with the latest corporate  and environmental standards 

The two new centres have been designed according to the new TLScontact branding and architectural guidelines which aim to transform the customer experience and give our centres a more personalised feel. They also incorporate new environmental standards, to reduce water consumption, improve energy efficiency and use locally-sourced products and materials.   

An expansion of TLScontact’s regional presence  

The opening of these new centres further expands TLScontact’s presence in Tunisia where the group has been operating for over a decade, and in the wider Maghreb region. This strategic expansion underscores TLScontact’s commitment to facilitating visa applications in this key region of the world, working hand in hand with its government clients.  

Bassem Missaoui, TLScontact Zone Manager for the Maghreb and West Africa, declared: 

“We are very proud to inaugurate these new centres and I would like to thank our teams for all the hard work that they have put into these projects over the past few months. These centres reflect our commitment to providing quality service to Tunisian visa applicants and facilitating the application process for them. We aim to continuously improve our centres to meet the evolving needs and requirements of our government clients and visa customers.” 

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