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MoI to remove expats working in all departments

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Ministry of Interior issued an internal instructions to make lists of all expat employees pending terminating their contracts, local daily Kuwait Times reported. According to report, many expat administrative employees at the traffic, citizenship and passport departments will be laid off in view of the availability of citizens qualified to replace them, in addition to the need to transfer extra Kuwaiti employees from other interior ministry departments to the above mentioned ones.

The daily, quoting sources added that all expat administrative employees in other interior ministry departments, with the exception of legal advisers, will be laid off within a maximum of two years.

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Monday, October 7, 2019
Why not remove all expriates from your country. I have been hearing since 40 years why have not done so. Try it.

Sunday, October 6, 2019
Just yesterday Kwt Deputy Foreign Minister was appreciating the importance of Expat workers which boots the economy and progress. And now they are planning to terminate expat workers from MOI??

Thursday, October 3, 2019
Good move for the Kuwaiti Government to be independent with transition in sustainable for local manpower with their own citizens. I hope the expats will be given due process and all benefits for work will be awarded before leaving Kuwait.

Thursday, October 3, 2019
Bhai log, All Bengalis are safe as they can earn basic salary plus vaasta fulus 10 time more than their basic salary.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
after termination please see that they are sent back home safely with dignity and full not let them loiter in the local market or again the buying and selling of visas will be in full swing...

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