Crack Down on Visa Violators and Beggars in Kuwait – 68 Arrested

Crack Down on Visa Violators and Beggars in Kuwait – 68 Arrested

KUWAIT CITY, July 26:  In a recent operation conducted by the General Administration of Residence Affairs Investigations, representing the Research and Investigation Department in Farwaniya Governorate Khaitan, Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, Farwaniya, a total of 68 expats were apprehended for violating the residence and work laws. The detained individuals belong to various nationalities, and their cases are being handed over to the relevant authorities for appropriate legal action.

Additionally, during the same operation, security forces successfully apprehended a beggar of Arab nationality in the Raqqa area. The continued vigilance and presence of the security personnel have played a vital role in curbing these illegal activities and maintaining law and order in the region.

The crackdown on residency violations and begging activities reflects the commitment of the authorities to uphold the country’s laws and ensure the welfare of both citizens and legal residents. Such efforts are essential in promoting the safety and security of the community as a whole.

The General Administration of Residence Affairs Investigations will continue to carry out further campaigns to tackle violations and maintain a strong security presence across the concerned areas. The authorities urge all residents and visitors to abide by the laws and regulations of the country and report any suspicious activities to help maintain a safe and secure environment for everyone.

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