The Public Authority for Civil Information announced the dates for receiving auditors during the partial ban period approved by the Council of Ministers, starting tomorrow, Sunday.
The Director General of the Authority, Musaed Al-Asousi, said in a press statement today, Saturday, that according to that, work dates were set to receive the honorable public to record transactions that require personal attendance at the headquarters of the authority and cannot be completed through the website (online).
Al-Asousi explained that the working hours in the main building (South Surra), the Citizens’ Registration Office, are from nine in the morning until one in the afternoon, and for the expatriate registration office from one in the afternoon until four in the afternoon, documentation, private registration and electronic signature are from nine in the morning until one in the afternoon. As for the office to receive cards. From nine o’clock in the morning until four in the afternoon.
As for the Jahra Governorate building, the Citizens’ Registration Office stated that the working hours are from nine o’clock in the morning until one in the afternoon and the office for receiving cards is from nine o’clock in the morning until one in the afternoon.
Regarding the Ahmadi Governorate branch (South Sabahiya), he pointed out that the work in the card collection office starts from nine in the morning until one in the afternoon.
Concerning the external centers, Al-Asousi indicated that work begins at nine o’clock in the morning until one in the afternoon. He stressed the necessity to book an appointment to attend and that no auditor who does not have a prior appointment will not be received. Appointments are booked through the Commission’s website www.paci.gov.kw.