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Kuwait cancels 333 residential addresses of citizens in latest move

The lists include names of individuals of various ages, spanning from those over eighty years old to those born in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, as well as others born in 2000 or later.

  • The Public Authority for Civil Information is urging residents to update their addresses within 30 days to avoid penalties under Article 33 of Law No. 32 of 1982, with fines up to 100 dinars.

  • The action by the authority against citizens was taken “based on the acknowledgment of the property owner or due to the demolition of the building,” following the removal of residential addresses for over 5,500 citizens last week.

The Public Authority for Civil Information announced the cancellation of residential addresses for a new group of 333 Kuwaitis. This action was taken “based on the acknowledgment of the property owner or due to the demolition of the building,” following the removal of residential addresses for over 5,500 citizens last week.

The authority has called upon these individuals to review and update their residential addresses by registering the new address with supporting documents within 30 days from today, Sunday, until July 1. “Failure to do so will result in penalties as stipulated in Article 33 of Law No. 32 of 1982, with fines not exceeding 100 dinars, depending on the number of people.”

The lists include names of individuals of various ages, spanning from those over eighty years old to those born in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s, as well as others born in 2000 or later.



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