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‘Check’ dates set for illegal expats

KUWAIT CITY, March 30: Further to the decision issued by the Minister of Interior Anas Al-Saleh for residence law violators to leave the country with paying fines and ticket paid by the government of Kuwait, (provided they are not wanted by law, or carries a travel ban) and keep the option of returning to the country, places for accommodating them until the date of travel have been readied, according to reliable ministry sources.

The Directorate General of Public Relations and Security Media Department of the Interior Ministry stated Minister Al-Saleh has issued a decision to allow violators of the residence law to leave the country without paying fines as well as without incurring travel costs and airline tickets in addition to the possibility of returning to the country again.

The administration explained this decision comes in light of the exceptional circumstances the country is going through and the measures taken by the ministry to combat the spread of the new corona virus, as well as due to the accumulation of financial fines incurred by residence law violators.

The administration said the Ministry of Interior has allocated places to receive residence law violators to register their names in the Farwaniya governorate – male offenders: Farwaniya Governorate, Al-Muthanna Primary School for Boys, Block (1) Street (122),

for female offenders: Farwaniya Governorate, Farwaniya (Primary School for Girls) Block (1) Street (76).

The dates for checking with the above addresses are as follows:
Filipinos from April 1 to April 5;
Egyptians from April 6 to April 10;
Indians April 11 to April 15;
Bangladeshis from April 16 to April 20;
Sri Lankans from April 21 to April 25
and other nationalities from April 26 to April 30, 2020.

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