Kuwait will allow residence violators to leave the country without fines, the Kuwait’s Ministry of Interior announced on Monday.
Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Anas Al-Saleh issued an amnesty decision allowing residence violators to leave Kuwait during the period of April 1 to 30 without paying fines, the Security Media Department with the ministry said.
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According to the decision, the violators will also be allowed to depart without paying travel costs where the Kuwaiti government will provide tickets for them with the possibility to return, the department noted.
In addition, a free shelter will be provided with free meals and drinks to the violators until they leave the country, it said.
The decision comes in light of the circumstances in the Kuwait and as a measure to combat the spread of coronavirus, it noted.
The violators who do not leave the country during April will be subjected to the penalties and deported, it said.
Whoever wants to pay the fine and remain in the country will not be subjected to investigations and would be allowed to pay the fines and legalize their statuses if they match the set conditions, it added.
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