As a complement to the scenario of replacing Kuwaitis and ending the work of expatriates, they replaced Kuwaitis with many positions and ministries in the country, and several ministries have recently begun to implement the policy and end the work of expatriates.
After the Kuwaiti government started implementing the replacement policy for Kuwaitis, appointing citizens instead of newcomers to new jobs, and immediately deporting expatriates and not allowing them to work in the private sector and transferring sponsorship to them, more than 800,000 expatriates in Kuwait are now at risk of leaving.
Where the Kuwaiti government recently reduced foreign labor in the country from 70 to 30% of the total population, according to the Law on Reducing Migrant Workers, which was approved by the Legal and Legislative Committee in the National Assembly, and thus will leave about 800 thousand Indians, where Indians represent the largest proportion of Total arrivals, as they exceed one million people, followed by Pakistan, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Egypt.
Several ministries have already begun to end the services of expatriate employees working for the government, especially the Ministry of Education.
In the same context, the Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Housing Affairs Dr. Rana Al Faris embarked on the implementation of a 3-stage plan for ironing expatriate jobs in the Public Authority for Housing Welfare, ending on the first of April next year, provided that the institution becomes free from non-Kuwaiti employees in The first of July 2021.