Kuwait: Law No. 33 of 1975 concerning Treating Citizens of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain Similarly to Citizens of Kuwait
|Title||Kuwait: Law No. 33 of 1975 concerning Treating Citizens of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain Similarly to Citizens of Kuwait|
|Date of adoption||8 July 1975|
|Entry into force||1975|
|Text versions|| Arabic
– Al-Kuwait Al-Yawm, Official Journal Issue No. 1039 (13 July 1975), p. 16. Retrieved from: International Organization for Migration – The Migration Agency, Migration Law Database
|The law stipulates that citizens of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and, the United Arab Emirates whether natural persons or legal entities (both public and private whose members or investors are natural persons holding the citizenship of any of these countries) are to be treated in the same way as Kuwaiti citizens in the following areas: trade, industry, the establishment of commercial companies, practicing professions and freelance work, and ownership of property. This is on the condition that the same treatment is extended to Kuwaiti citizens by these countries (Art. 1).