Tag Archives: amnesty

Expats refuse to rectify status, leave despite grace extension

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 28: Ministry of Interior announced the extension of grace period given to residency law violators for two months ending April 22, because the initial amnesty period did not bring out the anticipated outcome—especially as only about 10-15 percent of the target beneficiaries exploited the opportunity, reports Al-Rai …

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3,000 Nepali expats apply for travel docus during amnesty – No passports for some Indian kids born out of wedlock

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 24: A total of 3,000 Nepali expatriates have applied for travel documents to leave Kuwait during the amnesty period declared by Ministry of Interior for those in violation of the country’s residency law. Source – Kathmandu Post Online. According to the Embassy of Nepal in Kuwait, these …

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Kuwait extends amnesty two months

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 20: Ministry of Interior has extended the amnesty period for another two months starting from February 23 to April 22 for violators of residency law to either exit the country or amend their residency status. The decision in this regard was issued by the Deputy Prime Minister …

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MOI extends amnesty upto 22nd April 2018

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 20: Deputy Prime Minister and minister of the interior Sheikh Khalid Jarrah issued a notice to extend amnesty period for two-month end date of amnesty will end on 22/4/2018 Share

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Extension for amnesty seen

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 19: There are chances the amnesty that was given for the residence law violators to leave the country without paying fine or legalize their stay may be extended to another 30 days, reports Al- Anba quoting reliable Interior Ministry sources. The 25-day amnesty ends in four days …

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5,000 out of 80,000 illegals leave

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 5: Acting Director-General of the General Department for Residence Affairs, Major- General Abdullah Al-Hajri said about 5,000 violators have so far taken advantage of the Amnesty and have either left the country or legalized their stay in the country from Jan 29 until Feb 4, 2018. The …

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