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Huge crowds at Indian embassy on first day of General Amnesty
January 29, 2018, 2:13 pm

A large crowd of Indians gathered in front of the Indian embassy on Monday morning, to have their passports endorsed or to receive necessary travel documents, so as to avail of the general amnesty announced by Kuwait’s Ministry of Interior.

The general amnesty for residency violations came into force on 29 January and extends to 22 February. The amnesty allows any expatriate stranded in the country on account of expired visas, or other residency-related problems, to either rectify their residency status and pay any accumulated fine, or exit the country without paying due fines.

The amnesty is not applicable to anyone who has a travel ban imposed on them from concerned legal authorities in Kuwait.

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