The ministries of Interior and Trade Tuesday discussed a joint mechanism to regulate taxi fares and curb artificial fare increase, reports Al Rai daily.
Acting Director General for Residency Affairs Brigadier Abdullah Rashid Al-Hajiri has affirmed that Domestic Workers Law No. 68/2015 and the executive regulations issued as per ministerial decree No. 2194/2016 aim to remedy the legislation vacuum and loopholes, as well as to organize relations between the four concerned parties – Interior Ministry which is represented by the General Residency Affairs Department, employer (sponsor), domestic worker and domestic labor offices.
Quoted from Arabtimes – I am from India and working in a reputed organization here in Kuwait from June 2015 and earning well. But last year, after I reached Kuwait and completed my residency process, a new law pertaining to parents visas was enforced and this law stopped the issuance of dependent visas for parents.