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7 yrs imprisonment with 2,710,000 dinars fine plus deportation for Bangladeshi

April 28, 20210 Comments

Court of Appeals presided over by Judge Hani Al- Hamdan upheld the verdict issued to imprison the Bangladeshi MP Muhammad Shahid Islam, former assistant undersecretary in the Ministry of Interior Sheikh Mazen Al-Jarrah, an official in the Public Authority for Manpower (PAM) Hassan Al-Khodar, and former MP Salah Khorshid for seven years each, and the dismissal of Sheikh Mazen and Al-Khodar from their positions over “bribery and visa trading” charges.

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New amnesty rules: Deportation of all expats serving judicial sentences

November 6, 20181 Comment

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Lt-Gen Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah received Monday morning the Chairman of the Amiri Rules and Regulations Committee Counselor Mohammed Fuhaid Al-Zuabi who was presented with instructions on the adoption of Amiri amnesty for this year, reports Al-Anba daily.

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Steps taken to deport expat inmates

October 30, 20180 Comments

Head of the panel in charge of dealing with the overcrowding of prisons and correctional facilities Judge Mohammad Al- Duaij revealed that the panel has issued a set of actions for reducing the number of inmates in the prisons and correctional facilities to match the capacity, reports Al-Rai daily. He explained that the capacity of the Central Prison is 3,000 prisoners.

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Woman gives birth in the deportation center

September 23, 20180 Comments

An Asian woman has given birth inside a cell in the deportation center, reports Al-Anba daily. The woman was seized for violating the residency law. She has been referred to a hospital with her baby, where the health conditions of both mother and child were declared as stable.

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Speeds up deportation of illegal residents

August 27, 20180 Comments

Kuwait is speeding up the process to deport foreign illegal residents, lawbreakers and beggars, security sources have said. “The competent authorities within the Interior Ministry have drawn up the list of all residents wanted in law violation cases in order to arrest them, serve their prison terms if any and then deport them,” the sources told Kuwaiti daily Al Seyassah.

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Deportee will be deport again

December 10, 20170 Comments

The Ahmadi police have arrested a 44-year-old citizen of Congo for infiltrating into the country who had earlier been deported from the country. The man was reportedly picked up on suspicion while walking along a road. He has been referred for deportation.

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Deportation for Expatriate who repeats offence

November 23, 20170 Comments

Parallel to ambiguity hovering over the constitutionality and legality of the recent amendment to traffic laws regarding penalties for not using safety belt, using mobile phone by hand while, driving and parking on pavement,

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50 Syrians escape deportation

November 21, 20170 Comments

The Ministry of Interior has released 50 out of the 67 Syrians who were being held at the deportation center, reports Al- Qabas daily quoting a security source. The source explained their release came in line with Kuwait’s orientation as a country of humanity.

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147 expats deported

November 13, 20170 Comments

Statistics issued by the General Traffic Department show the number of violations recorded from the beginning of the current year until the end of last October reached 2.437 million, reports Al-Jarida daily.

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Deport Expat after 5 violations

November 2, 20171 Comment

 The Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs at the Ministry of Interior, Major-General Fahd Al-Shuwea has submitted a proposal to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah according to which any expatriate who commits five serious violations within five years will be deported from the country, reports Al-Anba daily quoting a senior security source.

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