As Kuwait continues the ban on direct entry of people from 32 countries, several Indians reach Kuwait from India via 14 days’ transit through Dubai.

As per the latest update, people with a valid visa can enter Kuwait from India if they stay in Dubai or any other country for more than 14 days, which is not in the ban list, .

Many Indians came to Kuwait in the last few days, and they informed that the procedure is simple if you follow the instructions properly

You may take a visit visa to Dubai if you have minimum 6-month validity in your passport. You also must have a valid residency in Kuwait.

Several travel agencies in India are offering Dubai packages with visit visa. The passenger must conduct a PCR test from any ICMR approved centres in India within 96 hours of your travel to Dubai.

“There is one test at Dubai airport. If you are negative in that test, there won’t be any quarantine. You can stay anywhere in Dubai. However, there is some restriction to travel to Abu Dhabi,” one of the passengers who reached Kuwait said. After completing 14 days of stay in Dubai, on 15th day, you can do a PCR test from any of the approved centresr. You will get the result within 12 hours. Once you received your result, you can buy the travel ticket to Kuwait. One thing you need to make sure that you must have either a valid Civil ID or you must have downloaded the “Kuwait Mobile App” on your mobile phone, which shows a valid civil ID. You also need to download the “Shlonik” app on your phone.

One of the Passenger Experience :

“I left Kuwait in February 1st week. It is almost seven months I am out of Kuwait, and I didn’t face any issue while entering Kuwait,’ one of the passenger who arrived on Thursday said. As per authorities, anyone who left Kuwait on or after September 1st 2019 can enter Kuwait if they have valid residency.

Once reach Kuwait, you must provide the details of your accommodation in Kuwait at one of the counters in Airport to activate the “Shlonik” app. You need to be in home quarantine in Kuwait for 14 days as per the current rule.