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March 15, 2015 at 13:30

Respect the laws of Kuwait or be deported: Al-Jarrah

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Kuwait: Major General Sheikh Mazen Al-Jarrah, Assistant Undersecretary for Citizenship and Residency Affairs at the Ministry of Interior (MoI) urged residency law violators to legalize their stay within the coming few weeks before a long-term security campaign against violators is launched. “There is no place for residency visa violators in Kuwait,” he said. The campaign would include elements from all Ministry of Interior sectors with the purpose of apprehending and deporting residency law violators with any hope of returning back to Kuwait, Jarrah pointed out. Urging violators to immediately legalize their stay, Jarrah added that various immigration departments currently provide special facilities to help them.

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January 25, 2015 at 12:25

Total of 6424 detained individuals await deportation from Kuwait

Total of 6,424 detained individuals await deportation from Kuwait
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A recent statistic released by the Public Security Sector of Ministry of Interior Ministry indicates that 1,242 accidents took place in the country within the week from January 17th to January 23rd. According to a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, securitymen issued citations against 147 individuals who parked their vehicles in parking spots allotted for the disabled. A total of 6,424 individuals were detained for deportation at various police stations across the country.

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December 16, 2014 at 16:55

More than thousand people arrested in Kuwait for various law violations

More than thousand people arrested in Kuwait for various law voilations
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Security operatives from the General Security Sector in their campaign from Dec 6 to Dec 12 arrested 243 residency law violators and 552 people without civil ID and 253 absconders from different nationalities involved in criminal and civil cases. Also, they recovered 115 stolen vehicles and issued 1394 traffic citations during the period.

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