Verify spellings on Civil ID and Passport, mistake could prevent entry and exit from Kuwait

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Verify spellings on Civil ID and Passport, mistake could prevent entry and exit from Kuwait

Undersecretary of Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Essam Al-Naham sorted out the primary gathering to talk about all issues concerning dropping residency stickers in the identifications of exiles and incorporating all applicable data in their Civil IDs, just as managing any obstructions that ostracizes could look on the off chance that they lose their Civil IDs when they are outside Kuwait. 
 
 
Present in the gathering were Deputy Foreign Minister for Consulate Affairs Ambassador Sami Al-Hamad, Director General of Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) Musaed Al-Asousi, Assistant Undersecretary for Border Security Affairs in Ministry of Interior Major General Mansour Al-Awadhi, Assistant Undersecretary for Legal Affairs, Studies and Research in Ministry of Interior Major General Majed Al-Majed, Assistant Undersecretary for Residency Affairs Major General Talal Marafie, Deputy Director General for Airport Affairs Fahad Al-Waqyan, and Acting Director General of the Public Relations and Security Media Department in Ministry of Interior Brigadier Tawheed Al-Kandari. 
 
Amid the gathering, the participants insisted the significance of coordination between Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PACI, and branches of residency and fringe security in Ministry of Interior. They additionally focused on the need to frame a subcommittee for deciding the coordination component and accomplishing the ideal outcomes. 
 
The General Department of Public Relations and Security Media approached everybody to keep up their Civil IDs, guarantee veracity of the data contained in their Civil IDs as per their international ID subtleties, and check the spelling of their names in both Arabic and English so as to maintain a strategic distance from mix-ups which could keep passage into or exit from the nation. 
 
In a news meeting held last Sunday, Director-General of the Residency Affairs Brigadier Abdul Qader al-Shaaban said that as indicated by the law, the customary residency sticker in the inhabitant's international IDs is dropped and supplanted by a Civil ID card issued by the PACI. Inhabitants can't leave or enter the nation on the off chance that they don't have typical legitimate travel papers and substantial Civil ID cards issued by the PACI, he expressed.

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