Kuwait deported 40,000 expatriates in 2019

Pedro Gonçalves
Kuwait deported 40,000 expatriates in 2019

Forty thousand expatriates were expelled from the country in 2019 for various reasons, most notably for violating the residence law, involvement in crimes, misdemeanors, according to local media. According to security sources, the list of deportees included 27,000 men and 13,000 women of different nationalities. Indians topped the list of deportees, followed by Bangladeshis and Egyptians. This number is in excess of 16 thousand persons deported last year, which witnessed the deportation...

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