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Monday, 26 February 2024 3.33 PM IST

Those who violate residency laws will not be tolerated; Kuwait deports 12,000 expatriates in three months

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KUWAIT CITY: A recent report has claimed that Kuwait has deported as many as 12,000 expatriates in the last three months. The expatriates were deported by the Department of Deportation under the General Department of Correctional Facilities as part of the country's efforts to prevent violations of the law by expatriates.

In October alone, 4300 expatriates were deported on the grounds of violation of various laws. They are accused of breaking laws pertaining to employment, residency, and public morals. Strict checks have been carried out by the authorities to stop violations of residency regulations. In order to address this, specific security campaigns are being carried out under the direction of the government.

The General Department of Residency Affairs Investigation has put in place extensive security measures across the country. Security campaigns were launched to find and deport foreigners violating the law. Deported foreigners are also barred from ever re-entering Kuwait.

The Residency Affairs Investigation Department is making significant efforts to nab violators following orders from the Home Ministry's top security forces. Kuwait deported 7685 expatriates in September and August alone.

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