The report looks at the real face of labor in Kuwait by monitoring the administrative and legal aspects and the positive and negative changes and to what extent they affect the lives of migrant workers ‘non-Kuwaitis’ and the impact of all this on the Kuwaiti society, the country, economic vision and foreign policy.
The report pointed out the Society has received a number of complaints from workers who were brought to Kuwait by fictitious companies or rather the ‘visa traders’. The workers had apparently paid more than 1,500 dinars for an opportunity to work in Kuwait. When they arrived in Kuwait they were stranded because they failed to find their sponsor to complete the residence permit formalities.
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