New decision on foreigners in Kuwait

Kuwait issues new ruling on senior foreigners

According to Kuwaiti media, the Kuwaiti government has decided that foreigners 60 years of age or older who do not have a university degree will no longer be deported.

Non-university degree resident foreign seniors can stay in the country by paying an annual fee of Rs 1,200. Such people will pay 500 to 700 dinars for insurance and 500 dinars for renewal.

The Board of Directors of the Public Authority for Manpower has revoked the decision to ban the issuance of work permits to high school diploma or educated immigrants aged 60 years and above.

The council has also passed a new resolution which will allow 500 to 700 dinars of private health insurance in addition to the annual renewal fee of 500 dinars instead of 2000 dinars.

The automated system for renewal of this category of residents will be opened immediately after the approval of the decision of Dr. Abdullah Al-Salman, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Manpower.


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