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Successive crackdowns have led to the expulsion of tens of thousands of people during the last two years as well as over-crowding in detention centres and prisons.

The State of Kuwait is an important destination for migrant workers from across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

The only explicit reference to administrative immigration-related detention provided in Kuwaiti law is found in Article 18 of the Residence Law, which provides that people can be detained for up to 30 days if necessary to carry out a deportation order.

Kuwaiti authorities explained to the UN Human Rights Committee in 2014 that “The deportation (expulsion) process, which is governed by legally prescribed rules and procedures, may be of a judicial nature, i.e.

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While these sources were able to help clarify the different situations that make non-citizens in Kuwait vulnerable to detention, they were unable to provide details about detention procedures.If a sentence is followed by deportation, the prisoner will be taken to the Deportation Centre in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh.”[17] As we detail in the section on “Criminalization” below, status-related immigration offenses are subject to prosecution and prison sentences.As such, the criminal and administrative aspects of immigration detention are intimately linked.Following a 2014 amendment to the Residence Law (law 41/2014), penalties for violating Article 4 (entering/exiting Kuwait through unauthorized ports of entry/exit) and for repeatedly breaching Article 12 (violating terms of residency permit, failing to renew it or to leave upon its expiration) were increased to a period not exceeding three years imprisonment and/or a fine not exceeding 3,000 dinars.[24] The residence law provides for up to a year of imprisonment for violations of Article 19 (trying to re-enter Kuwait subsequent to deportation, without special permission from the Minister of Interior).According to the 2014 amendment, repeated breaches can be punished with up to five years in prison and/or 5,000 dinars.For foreigners residing in Kuwait, criminal prosecution and incarceration, immigration detention, and eventual deportation tend to be different phases of a single process.