Sunday, February 17, 2019

New visit visa rules

KUWAIT: The interior ministry's residency affairs directorate announced new regulations for issuing various types of visit visas, said informed sources, noting that...

Travel ban on more then 200,000 Kuwaitis and expats

KUWAIT: More than 200,000 Kuwaitis and expats who are wanted or banned from travel are listed at the civil implementation departments...

Time limit for expat employees’ replacement not possible: minister

Nod to hiring expat Quran teachers in religious schools and institutes Economic Affairs Minister Mariam Al-Aqeel

Kuwaiti professor flees to US, claims asylum

KUWAIT: Former Kuwait University law professor Dr Fatima Al-Matar yesterday announced she has moved to the US...

Higher work permit fees

KUWAIT: Informed sources at the Public Authority for Manpower said the authority is about to implement a decision to raise the...

618,365 people from suspended nationalities have valid visas

KUWAIT: Statistics issued by the Residency Affairs General Directorate showed that the number of people from suspended nationalities, ie Syria, Iraq, Iran,...

MP Safa Al-Hashem calls for taxing expatriates; Dallal slams maid recruitment...

KUWAIT: MP Safa Al-Hashem yesterday claimed the government collects no charges from expatriates in the country. Commenting on a response to her...

Fewer Indians heading to work in Kuwait, GCC

KUWAIT: The number of emigration clearances granted to Indians headed to GCC states for employment considerably dropped in 2018, according to a...

Oil sector’s expatriate technical staff irreplaceable: Sources

KUWAIT: Lawmakers' threats to grill Minister of Oil and Minister of Electricity and Water Dr Khaled Al-Fadhel if he fails to replace...

6 killed in horrific crash

KUWAIT: The wreckage of an SUV and taxi are seen after they collided. KUWAIT: Kuwait Fire...

Iqama renewals to go online

KUWAIT: An informed security source said the residency affairs department will soon introduce residency renewals online, and the process will start with...

3-day national holidays

KUWAIT: The Cabinet announced on its Twitter account yesterday that Sunday (Feb 24) will be an official holiday, and work will resume...

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