Automated Dues Collection for Expatriate Departures in Kuwait

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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 6: The Acting Undersecretary of the Ministry of Communications Dr. Ahmad Al-Mijren says the automated interface with the Ministry of Interior to collect the ministry’s dues from expatriates before they exit the country was carried out smoothly in record time without any obstacles. In a press statement issued yesterday after activating the link with the Ministry of Interior, Dr. Al-Majren said subscribers benefiting from the services provided must ensure that there are no outstanding financial dues to the ministry before completing travel procedures so that they do not experience any delay in their flights. He affirmed that this step comes in implementation of the directives of the Council of Ministers to urge government agencies to collect state dues and protect them from loss.

Dr. Al-Mijren highlighted the opening of a customer service office to collect dues from expatriates at the airport over a 24-hour period through KNET. In parallel, informed sources said the interface with the Ministry of Interior will reduce the Ministry of Communication’s debts amounting to KD 94.5 million. Three dues expatriates must pay before departing The Government Communication Center published in its account on “X” (formerly known as Twitter) the dues that must be paid before foreigners leave the country.

According to the center, these dues include:

1. The fines for the traffic violations recorded against foreigners must be paid through the website of the Ministry of Interior or at the Kuwait Airport or by visiting one of the departments affiliated with the General Traffic Department in the governorates or the offices located at land and sea ports.

2. Foreigners’ financial dues and debts to the Ministry of Communication must be paid before departure through the ministry’s website, by visiting the ministry, or via the Sahel application.

3. Foreigners’ electricity and water bills must be paid before departure via the Sahel application or the MEWPAY application, or at the customer service office at T4 terminal of the Kuwait Airport.

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