Kuwait: Ministerial Order No. 932 of 1993 regarding Residence Certificates
|Kuwait: Ministerial Order No. 932 of 1993 regarding Residence Certificates
| Date of adoption
|19 December 1993|
| Entry into force
|26 December 1993|
|Text versions|| Arabic
– Al-Kuwait Al-Yawm, Official Journal Issue No. 135 (26 December 1993), p. 26. Retrieved from: International Organization for Migration – The Migration Agency, Migration Law Database
|Keywords: Kuwait, Laws & Regulations, Residence Conditions
This order is issued after reviewing Law No. 17 of 1995 regarding the Residence of Foreigners and Law No. 44 of 1993 regarding Companies co-owned by Kuwaitis and non-Kuwaitis.
The General Administration for Immigration Affairs shall issue foreigner residence and absence certificates to those who request it after paying the required fee. The certificate shall include the following information: number, date of issuance, whether or not residence has been revoked and the reasons for that, the foreigner’s period of absence from the country, the name of the sponsor and his role in cancelling or not renewing the residence (Art. 1).
As soon as a request for the aforementioned certificate is submitted to the General Administration of Immigration Affairs and before it is issued, the Administration shall place an announcement in the official journal stating the following information: the name of the applicant, the name of the foreign partner, the date of his residence and its expiry or revocation, the name of the Kuwaiti sponsor and his role in cancelling or not renewing it, and a text stating that if within 10 days of the date of the announcement, if no objection to its content is submitted, the certificate shall be given to the applicant (Art. 2).
The fees for the aforementioned certificate shall be 500 Fils (Art. 3).