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MoE mulls over actual need of expatriates as residence permit of 220 staff renewed

KUWAIT CITY, July 6: The administrative sector of the Ministry of Education has completed the renewal of 220 expired residence permits within five days after the second phase opened following the total lockdown for the expatriates working in various sectors of the ministry, while informed sources told Al-Seyassah daily that the ministry is examining the actual needs of expatriate labor.

This comes as the country limps to gradual normalcy according to a plan approved by the Council of Ministers.

The sources pointed out that the administrative sector has allocated two halls to receive the transactions of visitors, one for citizens and the other for expatriates for the different types of transactions pertaining to each category, whether in appointments, retirement, termination of service, or stopping the salary and other administrative transactions

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