Kuwait: Conditions for Expatriates Who are Over 60 to Renew Residence Permits Announced

Kuwait: Conditions for Expatriates Who are Over 60 to Renew Residence Permits Announced News developments

Kuwait: Conditions for Expatriates Who are Over 60 to Renew Residence Permits Announced

Kuwait Times, 4 November 2021: Kuwait’s Public Authority for Manpower has announced expatriates who are over 60 and have a secondary certificate or less can renew their residence permits provided they pay 500 Dinars annually and pay health insurance.

It comes as the Authority repeals a decision it issued last year to ban these expatriates from renewing residence permits.

The decision was ruled unconstitutional by the country’s Fatwa and Legislation Department last month.

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Marlé Van Sandwyk