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Tag Archives: absconding

Employers file 9,305 absconding reports against expats via e-service

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 25: Director of Public Relations Department of Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) and PAM spokesperson Asil Al-Meziad says the number of absconding reports filed by employers via the e-service is 9,305, and the number of complaints lodged by employees is 4,004. She explained that such e-services are …

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PAM receives 12,800 absconding cases filed by employers

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 7: Director of Labor Relations at Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) Abdullah Al-Marri revealed that the department has, since the beginning of 2018, received about 12,800 absconding reports that were filed by employers against the workers registered in their files, reports Al-Rai daily. He explained that 244 …

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Employers can file absconding case through ‘As’hal’ portal

KUWAIT CITY, July 26: Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) disclosed that the Labor Relations Department has adopted an online method for filing absconding reports through the “As’hal” (Easy) portal for companies and institutions that are subscribed to the service, reports Al-Anba daily quoting informed sources. They said companies can also …

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Firms get nod to cancel visa of criminal workers – ‘Only 300 Filipinos in shelter’

KUWAIT CITY, July 1: Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) has permitted employers to cancel the work permits of their expatriate employees if the latter have been imprisoned based on a final judicial ruling or cancel their residency permits following an absconding notice, reports Al- Nahar daily. It explained that employers, …

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Proposal lifts ticket burden from Kuwaiti sponsor of absconding domestic

MP queries expat health examinations KUWAIT CITY, April 9: MP Jaman Al-Harbash has forwarded questions to Minister of Health Dr Bassel Al-Sabah about the medical tests of expatriate workers. He said the Health Ministry’s reports exclude some cases of medical re-examination in foreign medical centers before entering the country, including …

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23,500 absconding complaints registered by labour relations depts

KUWAIT CITY, March 13: The Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) has announced that the labor relations departments in different governorates have so far registered 23,500 absconding complaints, reports Al-Anba daily. Director of Public Relations and Information Department and Official Spokesperson of the authority Aseel Al-Mazeedi disclosed that 50 cases have …

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Absconding case registered – Can I take advantage of this Amnesty

My visa is Article 18, and my sponsor registered a complaint against me that I ran away (Thagayub), therefore my residency has expired, can I use this amnesty to leave the country? If I can not what do I have to do to leave the country? Name withheld Answer: Under …

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‘Many persons sentenced in absentia still at large’

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 18: The Sentences Enforcement Department is looking into old files of people who had been sentenced in absentia, some of which are about 10 years old, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, those sentenced are still at large because of the inconsistencies in either their names or …

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CID arrests 31,000 wanted persons in last year: report

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 1: Officers from the Criminal Investigations Department arrested 31,000 individuals who were wanted by law for various cases since the beginning of 2017 until Dec 31, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting informed sources. They explained that 240 of these arrested individuals were issued sentenced in absentia, 270 were …

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Police hunting 10,000 wanted people

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 25: Police are looking for 10,000 people — Kuwaitis and expatriates — who are wanted to serve the court verdicts, reports Al-Qabas daily. This is in addition to 30,000 others who are wanted in connection with financial cases. The daily quoting security sources said security campaigns organized …

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