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Kuwaiti authorities have moved to allow dependent family members to apply for 90-day visas and have placed new restrictions on Moroccan and Tunisian women working in the country. They have also proposed changes to require health insurance for all foreign employees and to further restrict visa transfers.
Analysis & Comments: The changes ease visa processes for visiting dependent family members and make working in Kuwait more difficult for some women from Morocco and Tunisia. The proposed health insurance requirements and restriction on visa transfers would be significant for employers and employees alike, but are not yet finalized and may change before they are implemented.
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