Residence law violators can pay fines & leave by December 31st, JobsinQ8

Kuwait City, 1st December 2020: Residence law violators can pay fines & leave by December 31st, JobsinQ8 ‘Visitors to Kuwait time is up’ Approximately 130,000 violators of the residence law or those whose residence permit expired on Jan 1, 2020, are entitled to benefit from the time limit granted by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Anas Al- Saleh, to adjust their status by paying the fines or leave Kuwait after paying fines but without being referred to the investigation authorities, reports Al-Anba daily. The source indicated this is the last time the Ministry of Interior has given expatriates a kind of amnesty before organizing a series of security campaigns and take a set of measures to pursue these violators and deport them. The source said the names of those arrested will be blacklisted and barred from entering the country again. The source pointed out the residence departments in the six governorates of Kuwait have received instructions from the Assi…
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Residence law violators can pay fines & leave by December 31st, iiQ8

Kuwait City, 1st December 2020: Residence law violators can pay fines & leave by December 31st, iiQ8 ‘Visitors to Kuwait time is up’ Approximately 130,000 violators of the residence law or those whose residence permit expired on Jan 1, 2020, are entitled to benefit from the time limit granted by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Anas Al- Saleh, to adjust their status by paying the fines or leave Kuwait after paying fines but without being referred to the investigation authorities, reports Al-Anba daily. The source indicated this is the last time the Ministry of Interior has given expatriates a kind of amnesty before organizing a series of security campaigns and take a set of measures to pursue these violators and deport them. The source said the names of those arrested will be blacklisted and barred from entering the country again. The source pointed out the residence departments in the six governorates of Kuwait have received instructions from the Ass…
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Residence law violators can pay fines & leave by December 31st, JobsinQ8

Kuwait City, 1st December 2020: Residence law violators can pay fines & leave by December 31st, JobsinQ8 ‘Visitors to Kuwait time is up’ Approximately 130,000 violators of the residence law or those whose residence permit expired on Jan 1, 2020, are entitled to benefit from the time limit granted by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Anas Al- Saleh, to adjust their status by paying the fines or leave Kuwait after paying fines but without being referred to the investigation authorities, reports Al-Anba daily. The source indicated this is the last time the Ministry of Interior has given expatriates a kind of amnesty before organizing a series of security campaigns and take a set of measures to pursue these violators and deport them. The source said the names of those arrested will be blacklisted and barred from entering the country again. The source pointed out the residence departments in the six governorates of Kuwait have received instructions from the…
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45% Kuwaitis refuse to get vaccinated for COVID-19 , iiQ8

Kuwait City, 1st December 2020: 45% Kuwaitis refuse to get vaccinated for COVID-19 , iiQ8 As the countdown begins for the world to receive the Pfizer vaccine against Coronavirus began, Ministry of Health continues adhering to the policy of suspicious silence- with regard to community awareness, urging citizens to take the vaccine after a questionnaire that included more than 10,000 people, indicating 45 percent of them have refused the vaccine, reports Al-Qabas daily. Ministry of Health’s failure to carry out the awareness campaign to prepare society for the stage after the arrival of the vaccines contracted has become the subject of criticism from the local circles. The ministry should have launched a huge awareness campaign through official channels with the use of available experienced and qualified doctors to explain the importance of taking the vaccine, instead of bringing in vaccines, which nobody would take in the future. Ministry of Health had concluded preliminary…
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45% Kuwaitis refuse to get vaccinated for COVID-19 , JobsinQ8

Kuwait City, 1st December 2020: 45% Kuwaitis refuse to get vaccinated for COVID-19 , JobsinQ8 As the countdown begins for the world to receive the Pfizer vaccine against Coronavirus began, Ministry of Health continues adhering to the policy of suspicious silence- with regard to community awareness, urging citizens to take the vaccine after a questionnaire that included more than 10,000 people, indicating 45 percent of them have refused the vaccine, reports Al-Qabas daily. Ministry of Health’s failure to carry out the awareness campaign to prepare society for the stage after the arrival of the vaccines contracted has become the subject of criticism from the local circles. The ministry should have launched a huge awareness campaign through official channels with the use of available experienced and qualified doctors to explain the importance of taking the vaccine, instead of bringing in vaccines, which nobody would take in the future. Ministry of Health had concluded preliminary …
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Return to Kuwait from 7th December, JobsinQ8, Quarantine Fee 270 KD.

Kuwait City, 1st December 2020: Return to Kuwait from 7th December, JobsinQ8, Quarantine Fee 270 KD. Return of Domestic Workers from 7th December; KD 270 quarantine fee The Cabinet has approved a plan for the return of domestic workers beginning Dec 7. The logistical services will be provided for KD 270 for a single worker without the travel ticket to cover costs of housing and meals during the quarantine period, according to social media reports. The Cabinet held on Monday its weekly session, chaired by His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah. After the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh said that Minister of Health Dr Sheikh Bassel Al-Sabah briefed the meeting on the latest development concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kuwait. The Deputy Prime Minister, Head of the Committee in charge of preparing and organizing the parliamentary election for the sixteenth legislativ…
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Return to Kuwait from 7th December, iiQ8, Quarantine Fee 270 KD.

Kuwait City, 1st December 2020: Return to Kuwait from 7th December, iiQ8, Quarantine Fee 270 KD. Return of Domestic Workers from 7th December; KD 270 quarantine fee The Cabinet has approved a plan for the return of domestic workers beginning Dec 7. The logistical services will be provided for KD 270 for a single worker without the travel ticket to cover costs of housing and meals during the quarantine period, according to social media reports. The Cabinet held on Monday its weekly session, chaired by His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah. After the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Interior and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh said that Minister of Health Dr Sheikh Bassel Al-Sabah briefed the meeting on the latest development concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Kuwait. The Deputy Prime Minister, Head of the Committee in charge of preparing and organizing the parliamentary election for the sixteenth legislati…
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