I am currently on my husband visa 22 and since December 2018 . Now I want to start working in Kuwait. What are the current rules for the transfering from visa 22 to visa 18.
Answer: If you are a university graduate then you can transfer your visa 22 to visa 18 any time. but, if you don’t have a university degree, then you have to spend at least one year in Kuwait before you will be eligible to transfer.
My salary is 350 KWD. is it be possible to apply for a visit visa for my mother and sister?
No, you need a monthly salary of 500 KWD or more to be able to apply for visit visas for your mother and sister. Please note that the salary you earn must be the same as indicated in your work permit.
Since December 2013, I have been a resident of Kuwait. Sir I have a query regarding my licence. In 2016 I obtained a driving licence on Engineer Visa.
Answer: Unfortunately you cannot reactivate your driving licence because after cancelling your residence and exiting Kuwait your driving licence which is now tied to your residence will automatically be cancelled as well. However with a salary of KD650 a month and holding a university degree which we believe you possess, you can re-apply for a new driving licence irrespective of your designation as a sales officer.
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I just need small information.
My wife is a resident of Kuwait and she is living in Pakistan.
We just newly married and I am working in UAE.
She is under her father visa.
So I just need small information because she is pregnant and her family wants she make her delivery in Kuwait because of child visa issues.
I just need information is there any way that she give birth in Pakistan And later she can make visa...
If she buy independent visa then how much the cost can come minimum to maximum?
On independent visa her husband can visit her in Kuwait plus I am working in UAE so can keep resident visa of Kuwait and employment visa of UAE.
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If parents are resident of Kuwait and she give birth in Pakistan then latter you can apply dependent visa for your child, but since you are resident of UAE and she is under her father’s sponsorship in Kuwait it is better to give birth in Kuwait.
You might face issues for getting new born visa if she give birth in Pakistan.
Answer: Yes, you can apply for visit visa because the latest regulations on visit visa is, that you should be earning at least 500 KWD of salary a month to be able to invite any other relatives other than the immediate family members (wife, husband and children) on a visit visa.
You will need to obtain a transit visa for Saudi Arabia, for all passengers on the trip. To obtain the transit visa, you'll need to obtain first a UAE visa (it is a requirement).
The transit visa is valid for 3 days.
To obtain the visa, you'll need:
In addition, I recommend getting a triptych. I travel often across the border and technically you don't need it as you are not leaving the GCC but it is better to obtain it anyway - you might get asked especially if it is the first time the car is traveling. You can get this from the auto club which is located on the intersection of the 4th ring road and Ghazali.
Gather those documents and go to the Waseet office which is located behind the North Nugra complex in Hawally (google map link).
They are open in the morning from 8 till 12, and then in the afternoon after 4 PM.
If you don't speak Arabic, it is best to grab a friend that does as the staff there have very elementary knowledge of English.
If you are granted the visa, you'll need to travel through the Nuwaiseeb border point. From there, it is pretty much a straight shot down to the UAE on Saudi Highway 95; the journey will take around 12/13 hours.
If this is your first time traveling by road through Saudi Arabia, please note the following:
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