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Nod to second-degree relative visits for some expats KD 500 salary must

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 13: The Immigration General Department of the Interior Ministry has instructed directors of immigration offices in all six governorates to allow expatriates to bring their second-degree relatives on visit visas, provided the applicant is a doctor, engineer or holds a good job and earns a minimum of KD 500 per month, reports Al-Rai daily.
The department stipulated that the applicant must not be a national of the six countries whose citizens are currently banned from entering the country.
Security sources said expatriates with a minimum salary of KD 250 can bring their first-degree relatives on visit visas, while those earning KD 500 and above can even bring second-degree relatives and their wife’s family members. The applicants and the visitors must abide by all regulations governing visits and follow the law of the state, they added.

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what are you doing?Jamileh | 12/4/2011 10:53:49 AM You think at the first for first degree relative of 6 banned nations.Why Kuwait gov. punished the muslims people?Action between the nations is are almost diferent from action between the governments!!!please lift the visiting visa ban for 6 nations.Why the government smil to ours government and is angry from our nations?
whats the use ???nadeem malik | 9/17/2011 1:08:56 PM we are pakistani n this news is no good news for us.. i have one of my nephew in pakistan .. n i want to bring him here to live with me as i love him dearly.. i was born n brought in kuwait.. isnt there any benefits for me ??? i pledge the government of kuwait.. plz help us.. coz of some bad people .. plz do not punish us all.. plz there shld be something u can do for us !!!
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