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Philippines fails to lift total ban

March 20, 20181 Comment

The lifting of the total ban on deployment of Filipino workers to Kuwait has not yet been recommended by the Labor Secretary of the Philippines Silvestre Bello III to the President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte even though a final draft agreement has been reached to ensure better protection of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in Kuwait, reports Al-Qabas daily quoting philstar.com.

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Manila announced a “total ban” on new employment in Kuwait

February 14, 20181 Comment

Kuwait’s foreign minister on Tuesday condemned what he called an “escalation” by Manila after the Philippines expanded a ban on its nationals working in Kuwait.

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Travel ban of 141,458 Expatriates and Kuwaitis

December 10, 20170 Comments

A total of 141,458 people (Kuwaitis and expatriates) were barred from travel during the first nine months of 2017 according to the Statistics and Research Department of the Ministry of Justice.

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Rejection of opening the door for family visit

November 14, 20170 Comments

A number of MPs have challenged the Interior Ministry’s idea of facilitating issuance of commercial and family visit visas for expatriates, and called for strict regulations to avoid demographic imbalance stimulation.

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Passport Department requests to lift ban

October 21, 20170 Comments

The Passport Department intends to request the Information Systems Department to lift the block on old passports with more than three years for expiry in order to enable the holders of those passports to replace them with the new electronic ones, reports Al-Shahed daily quoting informed sources.

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No family visas without vaccination (Via Arabtimes)

March 29, 201511 Comments

 

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No to French goods

January 28, 201557 Comments

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Ministries are coordinating to prepare a memo for banning recruitment of workers from India because of the restrictions imposed by the Indian government for hiring Indian domestic personnel.

December 23, 20144 Comments

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