Kuwait grants expats 3-month extension to residency visas

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Kuwait's state news agency has confirmed that expats whose visa has expired will be granted a three-month extension free of charge. The Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) said all expats whose visas have expired will be given a three-month free extension, running from 1 March until 31 May, state news agency KUNA reported on Wednesday. The ministry of interior clarified on Thursday that the extension will only apply to individuals whose visas expired and are still in Kuwait. The ministry has expanded the online services available to encourage social distancing and curtail the spread of covid...

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