Security sweeps lead to deportation of 12,000 expats

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KUWAIT CITY, Oct 29: According to security sources, the deportation department affiliated with the General Department of Correctional Facilities deported about 12,000 male and female expatriates in the months of August, September and October, in order to limit violators of the residency law and other laws.

They explained that the department, in the month of October, deported about 4,300 male and female residents, some of whom were caught violating public morals, or violating the residency and labor laws, and others were marginal workers and absconders.

They affirmed that security campaigns will continue to be held by all sectors of the Ministry of Interior.

The sources affirmed that all security patrols from Public Security, Rescue and Traffic sectors are working to arrest violators of the residency law from all locations and through security deployment.

In addition, the sources revealed that the General Department of Residency Affairs Investigation launched major security campaigns throughout the country to search for violators of the residency law, abscondees, and wanted persons, and deport them from the country.

They said a deported person has no right to return to the country again because he violated the rules and laws.

The sources affirmed that the Residency Affairs Investigation Department is exerting great efforts to arrest violators, based on direct instructions from the senior security leadership in the Ministry of Interior.

They explained that the Deportation Department deported about 7,685 male and female violators in the past months of September and August, bringing the total to about 12,000 male and female violators in the month of October. This is part of the major efforts exerted by the Ministry of Interior’s security sectors. At an accelerating pace, the Deportation Department is working to facilitate the deportation procedures for the violators.

By Munaif Naif
Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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