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Biometric attendance must for all public employees

All public sector employees will have to use biometric attendance systems to register their arrival and departure from work without exceptions from October 1, according to a decision by the…

 
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Green light for visit visas extension – Visit visa violators allowed to adjust status

Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Sheikh Khalid Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah gave immigration departments’ directors in all governorates the authority to extend visit visas of expatriates and allow visit visa violators to…

 
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Court dismisses petition against law on social allowance for the 8th child

The Constitutional Court issued a number of verdicts including dismissal of a petition against the law on granting social allowance for the eighth child of private sector employees, stressing the…

 
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Over 51,000 violations recorded of using cellphones while driving

The General Traffic Department (GTD) in the Interior Ministry released its 2016 statistical report on motorists using mobile phones by hand while driving. According to the department, the number of…

 
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Kuwait set to ratify delayed insolvency law: Deputy PM

Kuwait’s long awaited insolvency law is expected to be passed “in the coming weeks”, the country’s minister of finance has revealed. In an exclusive interview, Anas Khaled Al Saleh, who…

 
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Housemaids employment company to start operation August – Minister Al-Saleh

A company, that will organize the procedures to employ housemaids, will kick start operations next August, said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Anas Al-Saleh Tuesday. Speaking at a…

 
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Kuwaiti entity eager to hold more workshops on human rights

Kuwait’s Human Line Organization said Wednesday that it was eager to organize specialized workshops in Kuwait for human rights, equality, and anti-racism. During an interactive workshop on equality without discrimination,…

 
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Sponsors face law for leaving expatriates on streets to beg

Director-General of the General Department of Public Relations and Security Media at the Interior Ministry Brigadier Adel Al-Hashash said stringent punitive measures shall be taken against people – individuals, companies…

 
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Some 2,056 illegal residents got driving licenses in Kuwait in 2016

An official from the central apparatus for adjusting the situation of Illegal Residents said 2,056 illegal residents were able to get driving licenses last year thanks to cooperation with the…

 
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Huge hike in service fees, traffic fines awaits expats – Phone subscribers asked to pay bills

KUWAIT CITY: The time to increase charges for expatriates, particularly in terms of residency permits, family visit visas and traffic violations, is fast approaching, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The National Assembly,…

 
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