Ministry Is Targeting Residency Violators, Expats Who Are Residing Legally Will Not Be Affected
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Security campaigns will continue to nab law violators. Expats who are residing legally will not be affected in any way," said Interior Ministry Undersecretary Lt General Suleiman Al-Fahad. Al-Fahad who led a wide ranging security campaign across the country said that the security campaigns will continue until the phenomenon of residency and labor laws violation stopped,

adding that it is a security concern. Expatriates who are in violation of the residency law have adverse effects directly or indirectly on all the social and health services offered to citizens and expats who are residing legally in the country.

Al-Fahad urged those who want to correct their status to go to concerned security authorities such as the Residency Affairs Department, and Residency Affairs Detectives Department. “Expats who are residing legally will not be affected in any way. The presence of a large number of residency violators adversely affect all services and also impede the state’s development plans,” he said, adding that the security campaigns are well organized.

“The security of the country and people cannot be compromised, and policemen are up to their responsibilities to keep security in check. All countries of the world organize such campaigns and deports every violator or wanted people. Kuwait is a country that respects human rights – and have many treaties in this regard and are keen to implement them to the letter,” Al-Fahad added.


08 Jan, 2016 0 9973
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