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Tag Archives: deport

Deportation for expats caught operating ‘makeshift’ markets

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 23: Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah has issued orders to deport 22 expatriates who were arrested from makeshift markets, reports Al-Anba daily. The decision to deport them is in line with implementation of the regulations related to violation …

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Deported Indian returning after 20 years arrested; Kuwaiti woman blackmailed

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 9: An Indian expatriate was arrested at Kuwait International Airport for attempting to enter the country illegally as he was deported from Kuwait 20 years ago. Sensing his nervousness, officials at the airport checked his details and discovered that he was banned from entering Kuwait. He was …

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500 Arab expats deported for fighting, violating traffic rules

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 8: Five hundred Arabs who were engaged in fights, committed serious traffic violations such as driving without licence and violated the residence and labor laws, were deported last month, reports Al-Shahed daily. The security sources added the Interior Ministry will not tolerate violations of this kind. Those …

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Kuwait deported 31,000 expats in 2016 – 10,000 cases related to health issues

Administrative deportations harm Kuwait’s reputation: KSHR KUWAIT CITY, Oct 4: In 2016, the government of Kuwait has deported 31,000 expatriates, which roughly works out to 85 people per day or one person every fifteen minutes and compared to four cases every hour the previous year, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting knowledgeable …

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‘Deport street brawlers’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 3: Security authorities recently issued strict instructions to refer any person involved in a quarrel, whether it appeared on social media or not, to the concerned security unit for immediate deportation, reports Al-Shahed daily. The decision was taken in view of the prevalence of public brawls — …

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4 for deportation

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 3: General Traffic Department, as part of its efforts to maintain the safety of road users and to implement the traffic law, carried out several surprise traffic campaigns in all governorates of Kuwait for ten days from September 17 to September 27. According to a press statement …

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‘Deportation result of grave offenses only’ – Rights panel issues report

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 30: The Human Rights Committee of the National Assembly that was mandated to investigate government adherence to international conventions, laws and procedures related to prison inmates has issued its final report, reports Al-Anba daily. The report includes a presentation of the committee’s work and the results of …

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‘Reckless drivers target; 915 deported’ – ‘New traffic cameras trap 33000 motorists in 2 mths’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 16: Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Fahad Al Shuwai revealed that the number of violations registered using the new traffic cameras from July 16, 2016, when these cameras were launched, to September 9, 2017 are 32,941. He explained that 915 …

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29,000 citations, 45 arrests, 5 deported in GTD crackdown

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 12: The General Traffic Department launched several surprise traffic campaigns in all governorates from Sept 3 to Sept 9. They resulted in the issuance of 28,685 traffic citations of various kinds, impounding of 474 vehicles, arrest of 45 individuals who committed major traffic violations, and impounding of …

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Six referred to deportation for driving without a license

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: General Traffic Department affiliated to Ministry of Interior launched several campaigns in all governorates of Kuwait during the period from August 20 to September 2 which resulted in the issuance of 57,514 different citations. According to the ministry’s Public Relations and Security Media Department, 2,122 vehicles …

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