Kuwait: Combating Human Trade and Residency law Violators are related to National Security
Kuwait Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh said on combating human trade and residency law violators are related to national security and demography.
A special team has been formed to gather data, information and lend support for legal measures against culprits behind presence of “ghost workers” and fight residency traders.
One company busted was owned by a Kuwaiti citizen, it had more than 2,000 laborers and 577 workers who breached the residency law and was blackmailed by the company.
Kuwait Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Anas Al-Saleh indicated at coordination with the Minister of State for Economic Affairs Mariam Al-Aqeel pending measures by the Public Authority for Manpower to liquidate financial insurance presented by the company to the authority or the bank insurance to cover costs of extraditing the offending workers.
Al-Saleh, also takes decision to covers those whose residency or visit visas expired between March 1 and May 31.
Meanwhile, Ministry of Interior Relations and Security Information announced that the date to receive the residency violators from India will begin tomorrow.
Date for Indian expats in Kuwait is April 16 to April 20.
Those who do not leave the country by the stipulated deadline will be required to pay penalties and will not be allowed to return to Kuwait, once they are deported.