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11,303 correspondences on illegals, says official ‘Sectors constantly seek to develop performance’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 14, (KUNA): Kuwait’s Central Apparatus for Illegal Resident Affairs announced on Saturday issuance of 11,303 correspondences during the past 11 months to a number of governmental and non-governmental bodies specialized in completing transactions of illegal residents. The information department at the Apparatus replied to 5,795 correspondences from a number of governmental and non-governmental bodies since January 1st, 2013, and until November 30th, 2013, Abdullah Al-Farhan, the director of information department, stated to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA).

The Apparatus has directed 5,923 correspondences to the Ministry of Health, 2,213 to the legalization department at the Ministry of Justice, 1,084 to Beit Al-Zakat, 1,017 to the Ministry of Interior, and 537 to the Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI), 379 to Committee of Names Correction at the Ministry of Justice, 103 to the Ministry of Higher Education, and 47 to other bodies, added Al-Farhan.

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He indicated that the Apparatus’ sectors constantly seek to develop and improve its performance and service, implementing the directions of Chairman of the Central Apparatus for Illegal Residents Saleh Al-Fadhala, which asserts importance to continue expanding in use of technology and modern techniques in order to facilitate transactions and simplify procedures.

Also, Al-Farhan called on those with educational degrees, specifically newly graduates with associate degree diplomas and above, who match requirements of employment at governmental sector in accordance to the certified employing procedure with Civil Service Commission (CSC), to check with the Apparatus in order to update their personal information. In addition, around 933 individuals have been registered during that period via the certified employing procedure after they submitted their qualifications, which were certified and included in CSC’s database, he pointed out.

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