MoI urges expired visit visa holders to settle their issues, leave Kuwait

KUNA
Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Kuwait's Interior Ministry called on Tuesday on residents whose visit visas are expired to settle their residency issues and leave the country to avoid legal measures.

The security information department of the Ministry of the Interior said in a press statement that this procedure prevents expatriates in general from being subjected to restrictions on the renewal of their residence.

It said that violators will be prosecuted.

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