Comprehensive plan targets residency violators, stateless

Broad campaign balances law and humanity

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KUWAIT CITY, May 29: A comprehensive plan is underway to address residency violators and Kuwaitis whose nationalities have been withdrawn, expatriates staying illegally in the country and stateless persons (Bedoun), with a focus on humanitarian considerations. Spearheaded by the Central Apparatus for Illegal Residents, the initiative focuses on Bedoun and is set to launch imminently, said Al-Seyassah daily quoting a reliable official source.

The daily added, years of meticulous security arrangements have been undertaken to address this demographic, with preparations now at an advanced stage to implement strategies aligned with directives from higher authorities.

Regarding individuals whose Kuwaiti nationalities have been or will be withdrawn, a distinct mechanism will be applied, characterized by a “temporary exceptional treatment” tailored to suit each case. This approach differs from the unified approach adopted for expatriate residency violators and will also diverge from expected procedures for legally residing stateless individuals (Bedoun).

The Central Agency, acting under official directives, collaborates closely with relevant authorities to formulate definitive procedures for dealing with individuals whose gender has been altered without infringing upon their human rights. These procedures will encompass various options and scenarios, with a focus on providing appropriate and equitable treatment, including access to compulsory education.

These efforts aim to track and take legal action against residency violators currently residing in the country. Amidst these developments, a renewed appeal is made to expatriates violating residency laws to utilize the grace period afforded to them, either by leaving the country or regularizing their status. The forthcoming campaign will encompass violators from all backgrounds and segments of society, with a strong emphasis on addressing humanitarian concerns while upholding the rule of law and safeguarding national identity.

By Raed Youssef
Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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