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Dual health insurance for ‘parents’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: The objective of additional charges on the health insurance paid through insurance companies for those who desire to renew family residency visas for parents is to cover the cost of medical services in both government and private health facilities, quoting sources close to Ministry of Interior. …

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Entry on family visas awaits MP approval on health fees – Nod to above-quota foreign hires for KD 250

KUWAIT CITY, July 26: The parents and siblings of expatriates in Kuwait will not be allowed to enter the country on family visas, even if the expatriates are prepared to pay for the visitors’ health insurance, until the new fees are approved by the National Assembly, reports Al-Rai daily quoting …

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Bylaws issued for parental residence – Parents cannot sponsor children above 24 yrs on family visa.

KUWAIT CITY, June 21: While Ministry of Interior is determined to continue with its decision not to grant new residence permits to parents and siblings of expatriates in Kuwait, the General Department for Residency Affairs has issued executive bylaws concerning the medical insurances for expatriates, estimated to be about 12,000 …

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‘Rectify status of parents, siblings in 4 months or leave’ – Insurance of KD 3,000/- mandatory for annual medical expenses

KUWAIT CITY, June 20: The General Department for Residency Affairs has confirmed the recent news published exclusively on Al-Shahid newspaper concerning the condition set by Ministry of Interior for renewal of residency for expatriates’ parents and siblings under dependant visa whereby an insurance certificate of KD 3,000 from an insurance …

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KD 3,000 docus mandatory for sponsoring parents or siblings

KUWAIT CITY, June 19: The Ministry of Interior has said those who sponsor their parents or siblings must produce a KD 3,000 certificate from one of the insurance companies to cover the medical expenses annually. The daily quoting ministry sources said this is a condition to renew the residence permit …

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Parents and siblings residence fees to increase to KD 300, health insurance KD 200 – Sponsors salary KD 1000

KUWAIT CITY, June 14: Citing humanitarian reasons, the General Department for Residence Affairs said the residence permit of approximately 11,500 expatriates — parents and siblings — holding residence under Article 22 will be renewed. However, the renewal for those siblings and parents who are under Article 22 is subject to …

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Parents and siblings, can now renew their visas; Insurance cost may reach KD 300 per year per person

KUWAIT CITY, June 13: Assistant Undersecretary for Citizenship and Passports Affairs at the Ministry of the Interior Major- General Sheikh Mazen Al-Jarrah held a high-level meeting yesterday morning, to discuss ways to codify family residency for expats other than the wife and children. The meeting was attended by the Acting …

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MP queries family visa policy – Fees questioned

KUWAIT CITY, June 10: MP Adnan Abdul-Samad has forwarded questions to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah on the nonrenewal of family visas (Article 22) issued to parents and siblings of expatriates residing in the country. He wants to know the justifications for this decision, if …

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Rethink on family visas – Decision expected to freeze

KUWAIT CITY, June 4: The Ministry of Interior is expected to freeze its earlier decision which placed a ban on renewal of family visas for parents, siblings and other relatives except for some limited cases. The decision, according to the concerned authority, was taken to reduce pressure on public services …

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‘Interior’s decision to limit family visas taken after conducting many studies’

‘Decision inhumane’ allegations refuted KUWAIT CITY, June 1: The Interior Ministry’s decision to limit family visas to the wife and children of expatriates residing in the country resulting in nonrenewal of visas issued to their fathers, mothers and siblings were taken only after conducting many studies. Sources affirmed the ministry …

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