Expatriates returning to Kuwait won’t face any biometric obstacles

In a recent statement, a security source from Kuwait’s Ministry of Interior debunked rumors about travel restrictions for expatriates without biometric fingerprinting. The source clarified that lack of fingerprinting doesn’t hinder re-entry. There’s no truth to claims of barring expatriates failing to undergo fingerprinting after the June deadline. The source assured ample time for compliance.

Expatriates without fingerprinting will need to do so upon return, at airports or designated centers across Kuwait. The process is one-time, aiding identity verification and preventing entry of banned individuals.

The clarification aims to ease expatriates’ concerns and ensure smooth travel in line with Ministry directives.

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